Prince Harry feels superior to brother William in tell-tale sign

A body language expert has argued that Prince Harry has shown signs of feeling "superior" to his older brother William in his body language when talking about him in interviews.

Body language expert Adrianne Carter as argued that the Duke of Sussex feels "superior" to his older brother after he discussed their relationship in a tell-all interview for 60 minutes.

One of the two times Harry’s supposed “superiority” was noticed was during his appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, when he told the chat show host: “My words are not dangerous, the spin of my words are very dangerous.”

Adrianne watched this moment and told the Express: “We see a really strong facial expression of contempt – pursing the lips. Contempt means ‘I feel superior and I really don’t like what I’m seeing or hearing.’"

In a different interview with with Anderson Cooper for CBS 60 Minutes, where Anderson read out a segment from his book, Harry recalled meeting up with his brother in 2021.

He read: “You said, ‘I looked at Willy, really looked at him, maybe since the first time since we were boys, I took it all in, his familiar scowl which had always been his default in dealings with me, his alarming baldness more advanced than my own’.”

Adrianne claimed that Harry's expression when Anderson read out his description of William's hair loss revealed his true feelings.

She said: "We see a really telling clue from Harry’s facial expression when he talks about William’s baldness – we see the one-sided half smile – he's quite proud of the fact he isn't as bald as his brother."

According to Adrianne, Harry's lop-sided smile is another sign of "superiority".

Adrianne also analysed the moment when Harry said he "loves his brother deeply" but had a frown on his face when he said it.

She said that it could mean that he's conflicted about his current feelings towards Prince William.

It comes after another body language expert claimed that Prince Harry seemed "genuinely happy" in his interviews after years of "masking his emotions".

Body language expert Darren Stanton told Betfair Casino: "While speaking about moving to America, I saw genuine flashes of happiness and joy, which is something I haven’t seen in previous interviews."

He added: "In my opinion, Harry has been known to mask his emotions over the years. However, now that his book is published, he’s in a position to openly speak about his views."

Darren also observed that Harry "was extremely open whilst speaking about the death of his mother Diana," explaining: "While he did flash some expressions of sadness, his body language was consistent with someone who was speaking from the heart.

"Overall, I thought it was a great interview with Harry being extremely open and to the point. There was no sidestepping or objections to any questions, proving he was happy and relaxed to speak about all areas of his life.”


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