Kate Middleton and William ‘more intense’ than wedding as they prepare for roles on throne

Kate Middleton’s role in William’s ‘destiny’ discussed by expert

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Kate Middleton and Prince William matched in blue as they posed for anniversary pictures. The couple appeared to have “intensified” their bond, a body language expert commented.

Kate and Prince William tied the knot at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011.

They have marked the anniversary of their wedding day by sharing two pictures.

In these, the royals displayed their love as Prince William wrapped around his wife.

The bonding signals appeared to be similar to how they looked on their wedding day, according to body language expert Judi James.

She told Express.co.uk: “William and Kate’s body language together provides echoes of their signals of love that we saw at their wedding.

“It is almost as though time, royal crises and the birth of three adorable children has had no effect on their bonds as a couple.”

The expert suggested they show their bond may have become more “intense”, with Prince William appearing to be more comfortable displaying this publicly.

“The only subtle change is in the signals of intense admiration that William now shows openly as he gazes at his wife,” Judi continued.

“This could reflect the way she has stepped up recently to show herself as a source of strength and mediation in the royal Firm.

“Their torso closeness and their touch rituals look relaxed and unforced.

“The way that Kate uses a sweet clinging gesture to hold her husband’s fingers as he holds tightly onto her leg suggests their bonds of togetherness and support are mutual.”

This could also show the royals are on the same page as they prepare for their future roles as King and Queen Consort.

The expert claimed their body language revealed a mutual approach to their roles on the throne and the shared fun they show when on royal engagements together.

Also, that they may have taken tips on a successful marriage from the current Queen.

Judi said: “The signals of continuity and even a love that has matured and intensified over the last decade are important here in terms of the happiness of the couple and their approach to their future roles as King and Queen.

“There are also echoes of the kind of shared fun we see from the couple when they are on royal visits together.

“Especially recently when Kate’s laughter has clearly been important for William at a time when he could be feeling under added pressure.

“The pose with Kate’s dimpled smile shows they move closer to share a laugh.

“This suggests perfect team behaviour as well as a strong love match.

“As the Queen and Prince Philip showed with her body language signals over the years, the ability to amuse one another and laugh together is a vital facet of a strong royal marriage.”

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