Meghan Markle 'much more dominant' in public after Prince Harry kiss, expert claims

Body language expert Judi James believes Meghan is in "command and control mode" as the pair locked lips

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Meghan showed “dominance” as she shared a public kiss with Prince Harry, a body language expert has claimed.

The pair were seen kissing at a polo event at Santa Barbara Polo & Racquet Club in the US after Harry’s team won the Memorial Cup.

Meghan and Harry were also seen kissing publicly at the polo in 2018, but Judi James believes this kiss had a very different dynamic.

Judy James and Meghan Markle
Judy James and Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle

Speaking on GB News’ Dan Wootton Tonight about the most recent kiss, Ms James said: “Back in 2018, we had the pair performing a very different kiss at polo and a very different power dynamic as well.

“The kiss was passionate, Meghan was quite submissive, we got the baring of the neck. “The kiss went on for quite a while, it was almost get a room time, very loving and quite sexual.

“This recent polo kiss has a very different power dynamic.

"Harry bends in in a very similar way as if he wants to do another quite passionate kiss, puts his arm rounds his wife’s waist, lowers his head."

She continued: “But Meghan is very much in command control and steer mode here.

“She placed both his hands on his face, she turns it into a less passionate kiss, it’s slightly more tempered maybe just a peck.

“What I love is she still gets lipstick on her husband’s face and then she takes this almost parental role of wiping it off In front of everybody.

“And this gesture is quite nurturing, it’s a bit like your mum dropping you off at the school gate and getting a hanky out and wiping your face with it.

“We’re seeing a much more dominant Meghan, still very loving but much more in control here now.”