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‘Clearly not happy’ Harry ‘fish out of water’ in US appearance as Meghan ‘in her element’

PRINCE Harry was "clearly not happy"

PRINCE Harry was “clearly not happy” during his appearance on stage over the weekend, while his wife Meghan Markle appeared “in her element”, according to a body language expert.

 

 

On Saturday, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took to the stage in Los Angeles to accept a top accolade at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Image Awards. The couple were presented with the prestigious President’s Award in recognition of special achievement and distinguished public service for their humanitarian work.

 

 

 

During their acceptance speech, Harry, 37, and Meghan, 40, paid tribute to the people of Ukraine amid the ongoing crisis and called for global support for the country.

 

 

Harry said: “Before I begin, we would like to acknowledge the people of Ukraine who urgently need our support as a global community.

 

 

The couple’s public activism has resulted in criticism from some royal watchers, however, Meghan added that she “couldn’t be prouder that we’re doing this work together.”

 

 

 

The Duchess then said: “We are so deeply humbled to be here in the company of such illustrious awardees.”

International renowned body language expert Dr Lillian Glass analysed the appearance of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex at the event exclusively for Express.co.uk.

 

 

 

Dr Glass claims there is a distinct difference between the couple’s appearance on stage, as Harry appeared “uncomfortable” whereas his wife appeared “in her element”.

 

 

 

She told Express.co.uk: “Harry looked like a fish out of water as he didn’t know what to do or how to comfort himself as he looked down at the award and examined it and then rocked back and forth and pulled away from Meghan.

 

 

“He straightened up for a while when she quickly turned her head towards him and shot him a not so pleasant look indicating that he was on stage and to be aware of it and to shape up.

“He purses his lips in embarrassment and then cocks his head like a wounded puppy and then looks at the camera.

 

 

“He is not smiling the whole time he is up there. He then forgets and looks back at her and looks down and then returns to facing the camera.

 

 

“While looking at the camera he continues to rock back and forth like a child that feels uncomfortable because they have a full bladder.”

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