The newly appointed Princess of Wales, Catherine Middleton (Kate Middleton) is reportedly in distress over the loss of the longest monarch of the UK, Queen Elizabeth II who passed away on the 8th of September this year. She was spotted along with other women of the royal family during her funeral service when they led the late Queen’s coffin out of Westminster Abbey in London.
Kate Middleton Struggled to Hold Back Tears During The Late Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral
The newly-appointed Prince and Princess of Wales, William and Catherine Middleton (Kate Middleton) were seen “struggling to hold in tears” during the late Queen’s funeral. A body language expert and connection specialist, Katia Loisel shared her insights about the royal member to 7News via Daily Mail stating how the royal couple looked “highly distressed” throughout the procession at Westminster Hall.
She shared how the couple’s tightly compressed lips were a major sign of holding their grief and stress during the funeral. “The more pronounced the lip compression, as is the case with Prince William – his lips pressed together, rolling inwards until they have completely disappeared – indicate extreme levels of discomfort and stress.”
Compared to the Prince and Princess of Wales, Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle, were showing different body language to the former couple stating, “Prince Harry and Meghan use both contact tie signs, such as holding hands, and non-contact tie signs, such as postural echoing, their bodies orientated inwards towards one another, and mutual gaze in a mutual display of support and reassurance.”
Responding to the former couple’s actions, she shared that “Prince William and Princess Kate” were stood apart due to the severity of the occasion along with the roles they are entrusted to by King Charles III after the death of the late Queen.
The Royal Family Join Historic Procession Behind Queen’s Coffin
Britain’s longest-serving monarch Queen Elizabeth II’s coffin is being led out of the Westminster Abbey in London after a funeral service which is joined by the members of the royal family.
As per the reports by BBC, the women of the royal family were not present in the first procession. Current UK’s monarch King Charles III with his sons Prince Harry and William, and brothers Andrew and Edward were spotted walking behind the late Queen’s coffin as it made its way to Westminster Abbey.
After the completion of her funeral service, the women joined the procession behind her coffin in cars, with Queen Consort Camilla and Catherine, Princess of Wales spotted following the coffin directly in a car, and Meghan and Sophie behind them.
Source: Daily Mail