Meghan Markle’s ‘dominance’ over Harry shown in constant hand-gripping in Oprah interview

Meghan Markle ‘eyeing bid for presidency’ says expert

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Body language expert Andrea Gordon explained how the Duchess of Sussex griped the Duke’s hand which suggests dominance in their relationship. Speaking to, Ms Gordon said: “They are gripping each other’s hands with fingers spread and entwined, as opposed to relaxed hand holding.

“This grip shows both intensity of feeling and of the situation they are in.

“Most of the time Meghan’s hand is on top which shows dominance.”

But the gesture also suggested a feeling of safety as the Duchess reassured her husband throughout the conversation.

The expert added: “Also there is a nurturing sense to Meghan’s hand hold over Harry, a reassurance of being safe, I got your back.”

The CBS special, which ITV aired in the UK on March 8, sent shockwaves through the world as the couple made explosive claims about their time as working members of the Royal Family.

One of Prince Harry’s most explosive allegations was that an unnamed royal raised concerns about how dark their son Archie’s skin tone would be before he was born.

He later clarified to Oprah Winfrey off camera that it was not the Queen or Prince Philip.

According to Ms Gordon, Harry tends to display a “baseline behaviour” – such as fidgeting and covering his lower torso.

Such habits reveals the Duke’s “nervousness” and may also imply he is not comfortable dealing with cameras.

Ms Gordon said: “Harry has a baseline behaviour – we all do by the way, body language readers have to figure out an individual’s baseline behaviour before they can correctly read someone.

“So, Harry blinks a lot and fidgets with things; his wedding ring his fingertips, and when walking in public his jacket button.

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“That’s his baseline behaviour.

“When walking he will cover his torso with usually his right hand, he covers his lower torso most of the time in this interview with his hands, which is what readers call a barrier and denotes nervousness…

“He is not comfortable in front of any camera, ever, as we have seen on previous footage.”

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