MEGHAN MARKLE and Harry introduced their son Archie at Windsor Castle in a stark contrast to how previous royals greeted the press after having children.
Prince Harry appeared to look “calm” while holding Archie, according to a body language expert. His response to taking parental duties in front of the press was hugely different to Prince William and Prince Charles after having their first children. Body language expert Judi James said William was “fully displayed alpha” after Prince George was born.
Of Meghan and Harry, Ms James told The Daily Telegraph: “They used a lot of intense eye contact which they’ve always done.
“But often when a royal baby is born the eye contact goes to the crowds.
“William, when he had his first born, came out looking like the gynaecologist who had delivered the baby.
“But Harry firmly took charge of baby duties and therefore focusing more on the baby and his wife instead of the press.
Prince Harry appeared to look “calm” while holding Archie (Image: GETTY)
Ms James pointed out previous royals would let their wives hold the baby during press calls (Image: GETTY)
“I love how Harry was a really good cradler.
“If we look back on footage of Charles, he looked very awkward carrying the baby as if it was going to break.
“The minute Diana said I’ll take it, he couldn’t wait. He actually gave it a little shove and a pat.”
Ms James pointed out previous royals would let their wives hold the baby during press calls.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK