Prince William and Kate Middleton sat next to Zara and Mike Tindall on the final day of Jubilee celebrations, Sunday June 5. Families watched the Platinum Pageant together. They had also sat next to each other on Saturday, June 4, as they watched the Party at the Palace. What does their body language reveal about their relationship?
William and Zara are cousins, but their fates have always been very different: William was born to be king, while Zara took an unconventional path – to be an Olympic athlete – and has no royal title.
However, the two families are close, especially since they now have children.
Mike Tindall even appears to be the Cambridges’ two sons and daughter’s “evil uncle”, according to body language expert Judi James.
Analyzing their movements over the Jubilee weekend, Judi said: ‘One relationship we didn’t see as fully as we did during the Jubilee celebrations was that between the Tindalls and William and Kate.
“Inter-family bonding signals stretched even higher than this generation, as Charles and Anne also sat together chatting and laughing in the royal box in a way they did not always succeed in the past.
“William grew up with Zara but their fates were so diverse, with William still being groomed for his future role as king, while Zara retained non-royal status to enjoy all the freedoms that came with it.”
Judi claimed that “she and Mike and their children seem to be the happiest, most spontaneous and funniest side of the royal family”.
“They always look happy and playful in public, in a way that mirrors the constant smiles on the faces and very tactile demeanors of Mike and Zara themselves,” the body language expert said.
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Mike and Zara have been seen kissing in public in recent weeks, while Kate and William barely hold hands while on the go.
Judi continued: “The couple and their children seem to be able to project an infectious delight in the royal enterprise, with everyone from the Queen to descendants always seeming to relish their jokes and their more natural, spontaneous approach to life.
“For William and Kate and their children, that sense of family freedom must be a treat.
“Their lives will always be more formal and they will become more formal over time, as will the lives of their children.
“Perhaps that’s why the two sets of kids play together so naturally, and the way William in particular seems so connected to Mike, as well as Zara, must help keep that element of fun in the lives of the kids. Cambridges.”
Interestingly, Judi claimed that “there is a hint of hero worship and more than a hint of respect from William to Mike, who would have been one of his sporting heroes back when he was playing rugby, and we saw how both men enjoy the banter, as well as warm and very affectionate hugs”.
She continued: “Mike seems like the perfect naughty uncle for William’s kids and his ‘I’ve got my eyes on you’ gesture to little Louis suggested he could be the fun uncle who can always keep all the children under control if necessary.”
Judi is here referring to the Platinum Pageant scene where Louis was misbehaving by being agitated and making playful facial expressions.
At one point, Mike leaned down to Louis’ level and pointed his eyes and then Louis’s face, suggesting that his eyes were on the young Prince.
“Kate’s reaction to this gesture was a wide smile of joy, showing a high level of trust, as well as a close connection,” Judi said.
“The Jubilee pageant in particular must have been the end of a very long weekend of parenthood, but William and Kate’s interaction with the Tindalls, who had strategically filled in the row behind them, seemed to suggest that they loved their love, support and relaxed play, and the effect it has on their own children.
The Tindalls have three children: Mia, Lucas and Lena.
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