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Kate Middleton went full mum-mode on jubilee balcony says body language expert

Kate Middleton showed off her maternal instincts to make sure her kids stayed calm in front of the world's media on Thursday, according to one body language expert.

As the senior royals gathered on the balcony at Buckingham Palace on Thursday afternoon to mark the start of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, Duchess Kate and Prince William could have been forgiven for worrying how their young ones would behave.

Eldest son Prince George, 8, middle child Princess Charlotte, 7, and royal newcomer Prince Louis, 4, were undertaking their first major royal outing together, with hundreds of cameras trained on them throughout.

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But fortunately, according to body language and facial expressions expert Adrienne Carter, known as The Face Whisperer, the Duchess had taken precautions to properly protect her children.

Even down to the spot they were standing in.

Speaking of the moment the family stood united on the palace balcony, she told the Daily Star: "These are genuine smiles from Kate, and she's ensuring everyone sees a close family body.

"There are genuine smiles and enjoyment from the Queen as well.

"In fact, they are all interacting naturally and with genuine enjoyment!"

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Royal fans did in fact get a huge dose of the Cambridges during 2022's Trooping The Colour.

Prince Louis and Charlotte playfully came to blows in the royal carriage before the event took place, after the young royal was filmed almost maniacally from the guided carriage.

But things took a turn for the worse as the Red Arrows flew past, with their loud jet engines proving too much for Louis' four-year-old ears.

Fortunately, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II herself was on hand to talk her great-grandson round.

Find out more about the work Adrienne Carter does at her website,

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