The Hidden Meaning Behind Prince Harry’s Odd Hand Gesture

People are still gawking and staring at Meghan Markle’s beautiful engagement ring that also had Diamonds from princess Diana’s jewelry. But we moved on a bit and focused on Prince Harry’s odd hand gestures in the engagement photos of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It can be clearly seen that Harry has his hand tucked into the jacket of his suit.

You will be amazed to know that Prince Harry hasn’t done this for the first time. Either it’s a movie premiere or an engagement, Harry has been seen doing this quite often now. This may the the Prince’s gesture of nervousness

So here are some why Prince Harry makes this gesture quite often:

 

“First, it’s likely a habit. He’s seen this way quite a bit,” she said. “He’s covering his solar plexus area (the vital organs) and protecting it which just says he’s not quite comfortable in the situation — who would be with all those photographers around and people like myself analyzing him?”

Blanca Cobb who is body language expert and author of Method of the Masters, he said that this gesture is Prince Harry’s way of putting his guard up when he’s in public. “Prince Harry’s arm placed across his abdomen serves as a barrier to separate or distance himself from something that he makes him uncomfortable. In this case, it could be having photos taken.” So we can predict that this is Prince Harry’s gesture to show that he’s not only concerned about his protection but also of his loved ones.

. “When people tug at their wardrobe, they’re typically uncomfortable and showing a bit of stress.”

This behavior is equivalent to twirling your hair, biting your nails or even, repeatedly tapping your leg. “At that moment, Prince Harry is subconsciously reassuring himself from perceived anxiety or stress,” said Cobb. “Given that Prince Harry is commonly seen making this gesture, I believe that he doesn’t even realize that he’s doing it.”

There was a news from Kensington Palace that Prince Harry and Meghan Meghan’s wedding ceremony will be held at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle in May 2018. So this spring is expected to be an exciting one for the royal family and the Duchess of Cambridge is expected to give birth to her third child in March 2018, which is just a month before wedding and people are really concerned about what she will do about the wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and the suits star Meghan Markle.

So the Royal couple, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have only got six months to plan almost everything about their wedding. But there is a reason why the ceremony is held so early and the reason is so sweet and touching. They said it’s about Prince Phillip.

According to the source, Harry and Meghan are getting married so early because Prince Harry is really close to Prince Phillip and he wanted the Duke of Edinburgh to be on the wedding day. The reason,

“He wanted something close to home for the Duke of Edinburgh and the Queen,” Kate Nicholl, royal expert, revealed to ET.

“In fact, one of the reasons that Prince Harry has wanted this wedding to happen quite quickly—this is really whirlwind by royal standards—is because his 96-year-old grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh, is retired now and Prince Harry really wants him to be at his wedding.”

Kate added that Prince Harry is “incredibly close to his grandfather” and that he “thought it was it was a great thing to have the wedding sooner rather than later, so his grandfather could be there, fit and healthy.”

Prince Harry is the younger son of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Diana, Princess of Wales. At the time of his birth, he was third in line of succession to the British throne, after his father and elder brother, but is currently fifth in line after his father, his elder brother, and his nephew and niece, George and Charlotte.

After an education at schools in the United Kingdom and spending parts of his gap year in Australia and Lesotho, Harry chose a military career, undergoing officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sand Hurst. He was commissioned as a cornet (i.e. second lieutenant) into the Blues and Royals, serving temporarily with his brother, and completed his training as a troop leader. In 2007 and 2008, he served for 77 days in Helmand, Afghanistan, but was pulled out after an Australian magazine revealed his presence there. He returned to Afghanistan for a 20-week deployment in 2012–13 with the Army Air Corps. He left the army in June 2015.

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