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Prince William was a ‘clear leader’ at the Queen’s wake, body language expert claims

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Prince William was the group’s “clear leader” and proved himself a “future king” when he joined his cousins ​​on Saturday night to mourn their grandmother at a vigil, a body language expert has claimed.

The new Prince of Wales, 40, joined the Queen’s other seven grandchildren to stand by her coffin as she lay in state in Westminster Hall as weeping mourners passed by last night.

Speaking to FEMAIL, body language expert Judi James revealed that William showed himself as ‘next in line’, while brother Harry looked ‘quietly emotional’ and was ‘proud to be back in uniform.

The new Prince of Wales, 40, joined the Queen’s other seven grandchildren to stand by her coffin as she lay in state in Westminster Hall as weeping mourners passed by tonight. Pictured: Prince William, Prince of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, Princess Eugenie of York, Princess Beatrice of York, Peter Phillips, Zara Tindall, Lady Louise Windsor, James, Viscount Severn

Speaking to FEMAIL, body language expert Judi James revealed William showed himself as 'next in line', while brother Harry (pictured together) looked 'calm emotional' and 'proud to be back in uniform'

Speaking to FEMAIL, body language expert Judi James revealed William showed himself as ‘next in line’, while brother Harry (pictured together) looked ‘calm emotional’ and ‘proud to be back in uniform’

Meanwhile, their “peacemakers” cousins ​​Zara Tindall and Peter Phillips provided “a supportive presence” for Harry, William, as well as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn.

“Heading the grandkids and with his jaw firmly set, William’s body language acutely showed how much he’s stepped up in terms of his role as Prince of Wales and next King in line since the Queen’s death,” she said.

“William has lost some of his signals of shyness and fear in recent days as he seems to have grown in stature and confidence.”

Judi also explained that William “has grown in confidence”, while Harry was “clearly proud” to be back in uniform after being allowed to wear it through a U-turn.

Meanwhile, their 'peacemakers' cousins ​​Zara Tindall (pictured) and Peter Phillips provided 'a supportive presence' for Harry, William, as well as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn

Meanwhile, their ‘peacemakers’ cousins ​​Zara Tindall (pictured) and Peter Phillips provided ‘a supportive presence’ for Harry, William, as well as Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn

Judi also explained that William

Judi also explained that William “has grown in confidence”, while Harry was “clearly proud” to be back in uniform after being allowed to wear it through a U-turn. The brothers are in the picture together

Judi also explained that Harry's hat and his slightly bowed head allowed us to see only the rather clenched, straight line of his mouth.  He is pictured with his brother and cousins

Judi also explained that Harry’s hat and his slightly bowed head allowed us to see only the rather clenched, straight line of his mouth. He is pictured with his brother and cousins

“William was clearly the instigator and leader of the gathering with his wife and Harry and Meghan in Windsor and went into the difficult outing with a high level of physical confidence,” Judi said.

“His walk in the crowd prior to the vigil showed his engaging, sociable side and here at the vigil itself, he looked like the rock from which the others draw strength.

Harry followed his brother and while William’s determined facial expression was visible with a reflective look and a slight movement of his jaw.

Prince William bows his head as he stands next to his grandmother's coffin in Westminster Hall

Prince William bows his head as he stands next to his grandmother’s coffin in Westminster Hall

The Queen's four grandchildren stand around her coffin during their own wake, similar to their parents' on Friday

The Queen’s four grandchildren stand around her coffin during their own wake, similar to their parents’ on Friday

‘Harry’s hat and his slightly bowed head allowed us to see only the rather clenched, straight line of his mouth.

“His demeanor and his marching walk reflected pride that he was back in uniform, but this was generally more of a calmly emotional appearance.”

“William led the group and he and Harry were the only siblings not walking side by side. In his uniform, Harry became purely military: expressionless and erect with his mouth clenched just a faint horizontal line.

Judi also explained that all eight grandchildren showed “formidable communal courage.”

Marching in stride, they silently took their place around her coffin and from the moment they took their poses, the silence of all was unbelievable.

‘Even in close-up it was almost impossible to see them breathing. They stopped all tears and showed no signs of nervousness or tension, just dignity and devotion to duty,” she explained.

She added that Princess Anne’s children, Zara and Peter, were a “supportive presence” for William and Harry.

“With Zara taking a very determined and confident walk, though she stuttered at the very last minute, either dropped something or lost a shoe at the top of the stairs and stopped the line as she bent down to retrieve it.

“Both Zara’s and Peter’s faces showed a certain amount of muscle tension with a determined look in their jaws.

“Beatrice and Eugenie were so overtly emotional about the loss of their grandmother, they cried and hugged or held hands, but last night they applied a sort of royal self-restraint, exchanged no glances or glances of support, but arranged their wakes. silence and silence. ‘

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