Published On: Thu, Sep 14th, 2023
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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry ‘have a lot more independence’ | Royal | News

Meghan Markle and are enjoying “more independence” in their relationship as their “honeymoon period” ended, a body language expert claimed.

The Duke and were reunited in Dusseldorf after nearly a week apart and will remain in Germany to attend the final leg of the .

After an initial period both while still working for the and in the immediate aftermath of their departure, the couple has shown they are ready to tackle engagements separately – opening the door to expanding their operations.

Body language expert Darren Stanton told Daily Express US that Harry and Meghan are still showing “they love each other” but are “confident” to fly solo whenever they need to.

Stanton said: “Most romantic couples go through the head-over-heels, giddy honeymoon stage in the beginning and once they’re more established and know each other really well, we see them relax a bit and take their own pace with their independence. Meghan and Harry are no different to that.

“They started off with being in different parts of the world, and wanting to be together when they could.

“Their relationship will never be conventional like other couples, they’re a team – who work together and live together – and have completely different personalities.”

The body language expert noted: “They’ve moved on from their honeymoon period and are now in a place where they love each other, but they both have a lot more independence too.

He pointed out that the early displays of public affection that set the couple apart in the early days of their relationship had become rarer as Meghan’s confidence in her work grew.

Stanton added: “In the early days, they often were seen together at every event, and put on quite affectionate displays for the public.

“We now see Harry attending events alone, while she’s the figurehead of her own charity work and organisations.

“This shows they’re no longer in that bubble like the beginning and they’ve both developed in confidence, allowing them to do the things they want to do individually.”

Harry took the lead in Germany in the first days of the Games, which he personally masterminded and launched while still a serving member of the British Armed Forces in 2014.

But he stepped aside on the Duchess’s first day in Germany as she addressed contestants apologizing for her delayed arrival and praised them for their commitment to the “amazing” Invictus family.

Stanton, speaking on behalf of Betfair Casino, added: “There have been times when Harry would come across as the more dominant of the two, but Meghan will often take over from that by asserting herself and owning the room.

“Meghan would often place her hand on Harry’s upper back in public outings together, as well as rubbing his elbow, and that is a signal to move him along.”

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