Some body language experts have concluded that Prince Harry has a strong desire to keep Meghan Markle out of harm’s way. And that drive might cause him to naturally shift into a protective nature when she’s around.
One analyst suggested the unique connection may have been instrumental in sparking Harry and Meghan’s romance. In addition, he speculated that everything is related to the death of Princess Diana.
Some observers have noted that Harry seems tense around Meghan, but that may not be due to her presence. Analysts have theorized that he wants to protect her, and his perceived tension comes from insecurity and fear of achieving that goal.
Speaking on behalf of Betfair Casino, body language expert Darren Stanton said, “…I think it’s quite natural for Harry to go into protector mode in the presence of his wife. He’s obviously concerned about any questions she might be asked and the course of action [an] The interview can take time.”
Body language expert Spidey analyzed Netflix Harry & Megan for The Behavioral Arts on YouTube. And like Stanton, he noted that Harry stressed the importance of protecting Meghan. He linked this to Diana’s death and pointed out how Harry’s body language indicates that he might feel guilt or confusion about the event.
Now connect that to Harry and Meghan. Spidey pointed to a story they told when they were in a tent in the wild and an elephant rustled nearby. She described it as a sweet moment where he asked for her trust to protect her.
Spidey thought Harry’s body language indicated that knowing that he made her feel safe was a priority for him. “You put a lot of trust and trust in me,” he gushed, to which she replied, “I did.”
“This could be a big part of why their romance was rekindled very quickly,” Spidey shared. He noted that it seemed “so important for Harry” to hear and “was the thing he [latched] on.”
In an interview with ITV, Harry revealed that while he met with mourners, some of whom were dripping with tears, after Diana’s death, he couldn’t show unreserved emotion (The Guardian).
“I cried once, at the funeral, and you know I go into detail about how strange it was and how indeed I felt guilty, and I think William felt the same as I walked around outside Kensington Palace am.” he noted.
He added, “Everyone thought and felt like they knew our mother and the two people closest to her, the two people she loved the most, couldn’t show emotion at that moment.”