Kate Middleton: What kind of mother is the Duchess of Cambridge? Body language revealed

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KATE MIDDLETON attended Trooping the Colour with husband Prince William and their children in honour of Queen Elizabeth II’s 93rd birthday last weekend. But what kind of mother is the Duchess of Cambridge? Here’s what Kate’s body language says about her as a mother.

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Kate Middleton and Prince William brought their children to the Buckingham Palace balcony last weekend to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II’s birthday at the annual Trooping the Colour event. During the celebration, the Duchess of Cambridge was seen smiling and waving as she proudly showed off her children Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis. The Royal Family are known for putting on a smile when out on official engagements, and Kate’s body language signals have always been “pitch-perfect” since she married into the family, according to an expert. But what kind of mother is the Duchess of Cambridge?

Kate always seems to be in a good mood when out in public, and is constantly glowing when surrounded by her three children.

Judi James, a body language expert has now revealed that the Duchess of Cambridge’s happiness has changed since giving birth to her youngest son, Prince Louis.

Ms James said: “Since Louis was born her ‘perfect’ smile has changed to suggest genuine delight with her three children.

“It’s now often a more relaxed-looking smile that borders on a laugh, with her mouth held open and cheek dimpling on display.

Kate Middleton and Prince Louis at the Trooping of the Colour on Saturday Image GETTY
Kate Middleton and Prince Louis at the Trooping of the Colour on Saturday Image GETTY

Kate Middleton and Prince Louis at the Trooping of the Colour on Saturday (Image: GETTY)

“She looks relaxed about her two other children as well, as though needing to worry less as they grow older, and she looks enchanted by the very confident and happy-looking Louis.

“Her behaviour on the balcony with William, where he took Louis from her with the kind of ease and synchronicity that his own father never really achieved with his sons, suggested shared parenting rituals and a lack of the kind of signals of suppressed anxiety that you can get from parents whose kids tend to be naughty in public.”

She added: “The way Charlotte and Louis were both waving avidly suggests Kate is quietly training them for their royal role and making it fun at the same time.

“They didn’t seem to need any urging or encouragement from Kate once they were out on the balcony and Louis in particular looked happy to keep everyone amused by waving non-stop.”

Kate Middleton The whole Cambridge family at the Buckingham Palace balcony on Saturday Image GETTY
Kate Middleton The whole Cambridge family at the Buckingham Palace balcony on Saturday Image GETTY

Kate Middleton: The whole Cambridge family at the Buckingham Palace balcony on Saturday (Image: GETTY)

Saturday’s Trooping the Colour was Prince Louis’s first time at the event as he was too young to attend last year, being only six weeks old.

But although his first time, the toddler seemed born for the role, making his royal wave debut while laughing and smiling with his family members.

Like his siblings, the 14-month-old already masters the art of the royal wave, learning from his great-grandmother Queen Elizabeth II as well as his parents.

However, nobody’s perfect the first time they try something new, and it sure is especially hard in front of a massive crowd.

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Kate Middleton Kate Middleton looked very happy alongside her husband and children Image GETTY
Kate Middleton Kate Middleton looked very happy alongside her husband and children Image GETTY

Kate Middleton: Kate Middleton looked very happy alongside her husband and children (Image: GETTY)

While still at the Buckingham Palace balcony, Prince Louis revealed a common habit among children his age – sucking his thumb.

But the Duchess of Cambridge handled the happening well, and gently stopped her youngest son from sucking his thumb.

Ms James said: “Kate did appear to correct what looked like Louis’s thumb-sucking, stroking his hair gently first before moving his hand away.

“William looked pretty relaxed as she did it, suggesting neither like to make a big deal of telling their children what to do.”

Source: EXPRES CO UK