‘It’s Over’: A body language expert’s bombastic claim about Meghan and Harry

A body language expert has predicted the end of Harry and Meghan’s relationship as rumors circulate about the state of their marriage.

While Prince Harry is touring Asia alone, Meghan was recently spotted attending a Taylor Swift concert in Los Angeles.

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The fact that Meghan hadn’t accompanied Harry while he was doing charity work in Japan and Singapore sent the rumor mill into overdrive.

Body language expert Louise Mahler has now declared the relationship to be as good as over.

“We are all so fascinated by Meghan and Harry” Mahler told Sunrise.

“I’ve been saying it for years and analyzing Meghan and Harry for years.

“The interesting thing is that we say marriage is failing, but the marriage never really took off.”

Mahler believed Meghan started with values ​​about “passing on to Meghan” and “covering that with a little bit of charity work.”

Prince Harry and Meghan. Credit: AP

“First she meets this prince and how lovely, what a fabulous life, and then it turns out he has some problems,” she surmised.

“And she’s like, ‘Wow, we know how to deal with that in California. We’re going to sit on the beach, light some candles and talk about it.’

“But Harry has some serious problems that won’t be easily solved, and he’s angry.

“Their solution is to tell a little story, so he writes a book and then it all comes out and it gets kind of ugly.

Prince Harry’s memoir Spare. Credit: AP

“It’s a huge embarrassment for her… and now her image has been shattered.”

“My prediction is that this will (not) last if it hasn’t already broken apart.”

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are taking different career paths. Credit: AP

Mahler said she studied some old photos of the couple from their early days to recent times.

“In almost all of the photos, Harry is leaning forward and Meghan is just standing up or leaning away slightly,” she said.

“And I think there’s a fair amount of ground in what people are saying, which is that this was never really a solid relationship.”

Mahler referred to a video when Harry and Meghan were playing basketball in the United States and was filmed by the “Kiss Cam”.

Body language expert Louise Mahler. Credit: sunrise

She said Meghan used “deception and laughter” to stop Harry from kissing her.

“If you don’t want to kiss when someone goes to shake hands, you can pinch your elbow, look away and laugh for a split second.

“It’s a way of misleading affection, it’s a technique and I could see Meghan using that technique when Harry walked in for the kiss.”

Mahler said she felt her body language suggested that Harry and Meghan now felt “trapped” in their relationship, although she tempered that observation by noting that Harry was probably “quite happy” with Meghan.

Prince Harry leans in for a kiss, but Meghan is undeterred by the cameras. Credit: Twitter

“I think he just drifts and probably thinks everything is going to be fine,” she said.

“Okay, but what’s the reality?

“I think she wants to distance herself from that as much as possible, because it doesn’t suit her.

“I think as we go along we’re going to hear[from Meghan]’I never really loved him, I had no idea the pain he was going through’… I think that’s going to be the story.”

“Harry will just be lost.”

Prince Harry. Credit: AP

Mahler concluded that Meghan “disappeared” while Harry went on a solo tour so she could “rebuild” and plan her next move.

“I think Meghan will definitely try to control the narrative,” she said.

“She wants interviews and wants her voice to be heard.

“Maybe there’s a follow-up interview with Oprah about ‘the mistake I made’?

“Watch this room.”

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Prince Harry and Princess Lilibet were spotted in contrasting outfits over the bank holiday weekend.

Prince Harry and Princess Lilibet were spotted in contrasting outfits over the bank holiday weekend.

Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: dustinhuang@24ssports.com.

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