Prince Harry hints at royal rift at Jubilee service, body language expert says

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have hinted at a lingering royal rift with their body language during their second scheduled appearance at the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, a body language expert claimed.

The couple arrived on the red carpet at a service of thanksgiving at St Paul's Cathedral this afternoon (Friday, June 3) along with the rest of the Royal Family.

Fans could be heard cheering for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they made their way into the cathedral from a sleek black car.

Harry was seen making small talk with a bishop on his way into the cathedral as Meghan walked alongside him.

But a body language expert has now claimed the couple's entrance could point to a long-lasting feud in the royal family.

Nick Davies told the Daily Star: "As Harry greets Meghan from her side of the car, they both preen each other, by checking each others collar swigging, which shows a sign of unity.

"Meghan looks slightly uncomfortable entering the building, as you'd expect, carefully checking her steps and walking slightly slower than Harry."

Mr Davies added that Meghan "appears to spot someone at the front and mentions this to Harry" which leads the couple to both look down.

"He frowns briefly showing it may be the person/s they had conflict with that caused the initial royal rift," the expert said.

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Kate Middleton and Prince William were also in attendance alongside Meghan and Prince Harry – in a first joint event since the Duke and Duchess of Sussex stepped back from royal duties two years ago.

The couple arrived without their kids in tow to warm cheers from the crowd.

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Kate was wearing a bright yellow dress and hat as she mingled with the dignitaries on the steps while William smiled warmly beside her.

The Queen did not appear at the ceremony and was instead represented by Prince Charles.

Today's appearance is the second time Harry and Meghan have been seen since they arrived in the UK earlier this week for the Platinum Jubilee.

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