Why does Kate Middleton KEEP touching her hair like this? Body language expert reveals all
THE Duchess of Cambridge often touches her hair in public, but have you ever wondered why?
Kate, who is due to give birth to her third child with Prince William in April, made a public appearance today in London.
The princess went to visit Roe Green Junior School to meet with pupils and teachers to support children’s mental health and well-being.
She donned a royal blue outfit – which sparked speculations she’s carrying a baby boy – for the launch of new website Mentally Healthy Schools.
Most of us will have nervous habits like touching our hair or biting our nails and the royals are no different.
After noticing that Kate regularly touches her hair and crosses her arm over her body, we spook to a body language expert to find out why.
Judi James told Daily Star Online: “Hair touch rituals like this can be a sign of sign of attraction and flirting.
“But in Kate’s case it’s far more likely to be a self-reassurance, self-comfort gesture.
“Her pregnancy could have made her more self-conscious and like a lot of pregnant women she has modified her hairstyle to something sleeker and more practical.”
“Hair touch rituals like this can be a sign of sign of attraction and flirting”
This month, it was revealed why her soon-to-be sister in law, Meghan Markle touches her hair.
When comparing Kate to the ex-US actress, the leading television expert told us: “This gesture might also be a subconscious mirroring of Meghan, who uses it a lot.
“For Meghan it’s the constant self-checking ritual an actor uses before going on stage, but for Kate it looks more like self-effacing anxiety.”
Kate – who turned 36 this month – has had many ups and downs with her pregnancy.
The Duchess had been suffering from severe morning sickness that left her housebound towards the beginning of her pregnancy.
Source: HELLO MAGAZINE
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