Kate and William using 'gestures' to become more 'free' parents, says body language expert

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Kate and William use ‘intentional gestures’ to become more ‘free’ parents to their older children, while George takes on a ‘protective role’ over Louis, body language expert says

  • Body language expert Judi James said they are using “intentional gestures”
  • She said Will and Kate are becoming more ‘free’ with their older children
  • All three children greeted supporters during the annual Christmas walk
  • Judi compared George’s behavior towards Louis to old images of Will and Harry
  • She said: ‘William was shown in Harry’s affectionate mode back then, just as George is now with Louis’

Kate and William have made ‘intentional gestures’ to become more ‘free’ parents to their older children as George has taken a ‘protective role’ over his younger brother Louis, a body expert said.

King Charles was joined by the rest of the royal family on their traditional Christmas walk to St Mary Magdalene in Sandringham, Norfolk on Sunday.

It was the first Christmas the royal family has spent without Queen Elizabeth since her death in September.

Judi James, a body language expert, told The Mirror how the couple made several “intentional gestures” to show how they are now becoming more “interactive” parents with their eldest children, George and Charlotte.

The Princess of Wales walks hand in hand with her youngest son Louis on their traditional Christmas walk

The Princess of Wales walks hand in hand with her youngest son Louis on their traditional Christmas walk

Body language expert Judi James said George became the

Body language expert Judi James said George has turned into the “big brother keeping an eye on four-year-old Louis” as he is pictured taking his younger brother’s hand.

Judi said seven-year-old Charlotte was “moving on” on her way to church.

She added: ‘George went from being the rather shy-looking boy holding his father’s hand to the big brother keeping an eye on four-year-old Louis.’

Judi said: “One of the sweetest and most moving body language signals was the sight of George using rituals of touching, chatting and bending to signal that he is now in the role of protector and ‘maintenance’ monitor for his youngest children. . brother Louis.’

Cheeky Louis also took charge, as he was filmed running after the family to give Charlotte a bouquet of flowers.

He also tugged at Kate’s hand as he grew impatient during the walk.

Judi explained that as William reached out to touch George’s back and bowed to him, George was showing these same actions to his ‘playful’ younger brother.

She then compared these gestures to old footage of Harry and William growing up.

Judi said: “Following the footage of a young William and Harry growing up together that was shown on Harry’s Netflix show, it felt like a touching mirror image of how the sibling relationship formed before they grew up and split.

‘William was shown to be affectionate towards Harry at that time, just as George is now towards Louis.’

George walks confidently with his father, the Prince of Wales, to greet supporters on Christmas Day

George walks confidently with his father, the Prince of Wales, to greet supporters on Christmas Day

After the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Norfolk estate, the young royals Princess Charlotte, seven, Prince George, nine and Prince Louis, four, met well-wishers

After the Christmas Day service at St Mary Magdalene Church on the Norfolk estate, senior royals Charlotte and George greeted well-wishers as ouis

A handshake from Louis!  The young royal has followed in the footsteps of his parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, to find supporters

A handshake from Louis! The young royal has followed in the footsteps of his parents, the Prince and Princess of Wales, to find supporters

William “will not tolerate” others speaking negatively about Prince Harry, despite his “anger and sadness” over the Netflix documentary, according to sources.

As the royals entered the church, a sweet moment of brotherly love was captured on camera as Prince George reached out to guide his younger brother, who took part in his first Christmas Day walk.

But Louis proved he’s a natural by flashing a sweet smile for the camera as he walked into the church.

The mischievous young prince also grabbed a feathered Santa Claus from a well-wisher, which he carried with him while his mother spoke to a young woman who had come out to say hello.

Although they are much older than he is, it was only the second time Prince George, nine, and Princess Charlotte, seven, have attended due to 2020 and 2021 cancellations at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

As Prince Louis looked adorable in a black coat and a pair of shorts (traditional for royal boys up to the age of eight), his older sister Charlotte wore the same burgundy coat in which she appeared at the song service. Christmas Together at Christmas, broadcast on ITV1 on Christmas Eve.

During the service at Westminster Abbey, organized by her mother Kate, Charlotte was front and centre, laughing at the Dean of Westminster’s anecdote about her cat’s fondness for tinsel and lighting a cigarette as Hugh Bonneville read from Paddington Bear in honor of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth.

While greeting royal fans at the Sandringham estate, the Princess of Wales told a well-wisher that her children “have been given a lot of lovely things” this year, but “they’re off to a very early start”.

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