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By newadmin / Published on Wednesday, 03 Aug 2022 18:18 PM / No Comments / 22 views

Prince William and Kate Middleton showed that they were “hands on” parents and “so in sync” during their visit to the Commonwealth Games with their daughter Princess Charlotte, according to body language expert Darren Stanton.

Speaking on behalf of Slingo, he said: “Here we get to see them as hands-on parents, looking after their brood and keeping them in check as they watch on.

“Seeing William and Kate with Charlotte in the crowds of the Commonwealth Games demonstrates the kind of parents they intend to be both at home and during their official duties.

“Charlotte, just like her brothers, appears to be a real character in her own right.

“There were several photographs of Kate and William interacting with their daughter, with Charlotte pulling some great expressions as she sat with her parents.

“Throughout their appearance, Kate and William are seen with their bodies turned inwards towards Charlotte, with the youngster in between them – demonstrating how she is their main priority and their children come first.

“We also saw Kate and William matching and mirroring each other with their body language and gestures, proving not just how deep their connection is romantically but how in sync they are as parents too.

“At times we saw Kate’s maternal instincts on display, like when she was sat with an arm around Charlotte – a protective gesture – explaining the action unfolding in front of them in the stadium.

“Other moments saw Kate fussing over Charlotte, tucking her hair behind her ear, and placing a reassuring hand on her arm or leg when talking to her daughter.

“We often saw Kate and William bending down to match Charlotte’s height as they interact with her – a clear sign of the deep rapport they share with her as a parent and the strong bonds they have as a family.”

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