Prince William and Kate’s relationship at a ‘whole new level’, says expert

Prince William and Kate Middleton, who tied the knot a decade ago, are more 'bonded than ever', a body language expert has said.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked relaxed and laughed with each other when they enjoyed the Wimbledon Women's finals last week.

Judi James, body language expert, said their flirty exchanges revealed a lot more beneath the surface.

She told Fabulous, that their mannerisms showed the strength of their connection.

She said: "We know they are in love and we know they share a sense of humour, but the body language between William and Kate here takes that combination of existing bonds and raises them to a whole new level.

"The shared joke is obvious here but it’s Kate’s 'overkill' response that suggests she is using the laughter to perform some industrial-strength flirt signals.

"As well as flattering William and prompting him to pay her more attention than any action out on court."

Judi continued that William seemed to be more attentive to his wife than the players.

She added that when he was applauding the tennis players he looked over to his wife and turned her head fully towards her – "signalling a desire for proximity".

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Judi went on to say that Kate looking at William shared an "intimate gaze" and had a "naughty" smile.

In one photo, where the duchess has tilted her head back to laugh at her husband's joke, Judi says is a "hugely flattering gesture" and "exaggerated response" for William.

Even showing her neck to the prince suggests an "openness as well as trust", claims the expert.

It comes after reports that the royal pair 'disagreed' over George's Euro 2020 outfit.

It's said that the second in line to the throne wanted his son to wear a footie shirt for the Euro 2020 final against Italy.

But, it's reported Kate was "not so keen" and instead chose a suit for the young prince.

Retired French player, Marion Bartoli, said the topic of conversation was discussed between herself and Kate over tea the day before.

George wore a suit and tie matching the one donned by his father.

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