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Friday, 30 November 2018

'Broken Home and Upbringing' Body Language Expert Reveals Reasons for Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton's 'Royal Rift'

 Meghan and Kate watched Serena Williams at Wimbleton together earlier this year


AFTER rumours of a “big rift” between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, body language expert Judi James has analysed their personalities and lifestyles.

Insiders have confirmed that Kate and Meghan are “very different people”. Whether or not rumours of frosty relations are accurate, it’s true that the women don’t seem to have all that much in common — obviously besides the incredibly unique positions they’ve found themselves in.
AFTER rumours of a “big rift” between Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, body language expert Judi James has analysed their personalities and lifestyles.
Insiders have confirmed that Kate and Meghan are “very different people”. Whether or not rumours of frosty relations are accurate, it’s true that the women don’t seem to have all that much in common — obviously besides the incredibly unique positions they’ve found themselves in.
Kate and Meghan had very different upbringings, but both have very strong female role models.
Kate was born into an upper-middle-class family with parents who founded a party supply business now estimated to be worth around £30million.
Michael and Carole Middleton, and Kate’s siblings Pippa and James, appeared to ascend to their places in Britain’s high-class society with ease after the Royal Wedding in 2011.
Judi says Carole is "known for her dislike of cameras" and believes this may influence Kate shying away from the spotlight.
Meanwhile, Meghan had a pretty typical American working-class upbringing.
Her parents, Doria Ragland and Thomas Markle, divorced when their daughter was six years old.
Doria has proven to be a constant source of support and strength to her daughter — and even scored herself an invitation from the Queen to join the royals for Christmas this year.
Judi believes Meghan may have got her love of the spotlight from her mum said: Doria is a bit of a scene-stealer in her own right and mother and daughter do a perfect red carpet double act, suggesting a fun relationship and hinting that they both have a bit of the performance gene.
She said: “They pose like friends as well as parent-child and seem to have a shared love of the camera.”
Meghan's relatives have given her and the royal family plenty of headaches.
Her estranged half-siblings Thomas Markle Jr has publicly referred to her as a “jaded, shallow, conceited woman that will make a joke of … the royal family heritage”, while half-sister Samantha has called Meghan a “narcissistic social climber”.
Unsurprisingly, there were no Markles at the royal wedding.
And while his intentions may be more pure, Meghan’s once-beloved father has frequently used the media to try to reach out to his daughter since bailing on walking her down the aisle in May.
Judi believes Kate is "more tactile" than Meghan and her touchy-feely behaviour is "sporadic rather than an ongoing and natural trait".
Meghan "uses constant types of touch to communicate with Harry when they are out in public".
Judi added: "Her repertoire is large and includes intimate and quite sexual touch like the knee-pat, back-pats of control and arm-rubs of reassurance and ownership.
"She lets us and him know that they are a tight-bonded couple whereas Kate does this by her strong subliminal mirroring of William."
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