Recently, a body language expert has revealed that Queen Elizabeth displayed a sign expressing that she was ‘displeased’ at the wedding of Charles and Camilla.
Well, this is not every time we hear, Her Majesty being uncomfortable in a given situation.
Body language expert, Peter Collett said Her Majesty showed a ‘unconscious gesture of rejection’ while she was present at the wedding of her eldest son, Charles and Camilla.
While speaking in a candid interview, Mr Collett said:-
“Charles and Camilla’s wedding was a more modest affair and there were fewer distress signals on display. Charles finally married the woman he loves”.
“But, the event was not without its tensions. When the couple emerged, there appeared to be some indecision about what is going to happen next. Then we can see Queen Elizabeth exposing her tongue”.
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“Well, this right here, is an unconscious gesture of rejection. It’s what a person does when he or she disapprove of something and want symbolically to push it away”.
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He also added, saying: “It’s a feature symbolising that Her Majesty was displeased. It could have been either about the arrangement or about the wedding itself”.
Now, onto the upcoming royal wedding.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding is to take place on Saturday, May 19 at St George’s Chapel in Windsor. There, the Dean of Windsor and Archbishop of Canterbury will marry the couple.
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At 1 pm, the pair will embark on a carriage procession along Castle Hill, the High Street and into Windsor town centre. It will all be before returning along the Long Walk to the castle for the reception.
The trip through Windsor town centre will be a great opportunity for public to catch a glimpse of the royal couple. After the wedding, the newlyweds will return to Windsor Castle where Queen Elizabeth will host the reception for 800 wedding guests at St George’s Hall.