Meghan Markle's 'mask slipped' in interview, says body language expert

Meghan Markle’s ‘mask slipped’ to show ‘hostile behaviour’ in an unearthed 2016 interview promoting Suits before she met Prince Harry, body language expert claims

  • Unearthed video emerged of Meghan Markle, 40, promoting a season  of Suits 
  • In clip, the Duchess can be seen clenching her jaw as she speaks to interviewer
  • Body language expert said she showcased ‘hostile’ expressions in the chat 
  • Jesus Enrique Rosas explained that her ‘mask slipped’ in the discussion 

A body language expert has claimed the Duchess of Sussex displayed ‘hostile behaviour’ in an interview promoting Suits before she met Prince Harry.  

In the unearthed clip, Meghan Markle, 40, who is currently living in her $14 million California mansion having stepped back from royal duty, can be seen chatting with host Ruben Jay in 2016 ahead of a mid-season premiere of the programme.

In the discussion, the interviewer mixed up his question cards while introducing the then-actress.    

Body language expert Jesus Enrique Rosas said Meghan gave off numerous signals to indicate her ‘mask slipped’ in the clip, explaining in a YouTube video: ‘When an analyst spots a compound expression, you have to judge, what is the correct word to define what you are seeing?

‘This is because compound expressions can have any kind of facial combination. In this case, my personal take on it is that I see hostility.’ 

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The Duchess of Sussex displayed ‘hostile behaviour’ in an interview promoting Suits before she met Prince Harry, according to a body language expert 

In the clip, the host can be seen introducing Meghan to the camera as he stumbles over his words and reshuffles his interview cards.  

The body language expert said Meghan’s expression ‘changed’ throughout the clip, saying: ‘The next change comes when she turns to see the camera, which could be seen as her resting face.

‘It’s not hard to spot that Meghan has a very intense gaze, or at least that’s the look she wants to give the camera.’ 

He said: ‘She tries to play friendly by rising her eyebrows, and show goodwill to the interviewer.’ 

Jesus continued to explain that the Duchess was seen ‘trying to release stress’ by clenching her jaw as she moved her head down 

Jesus continued to explain that the Duchess could be seen clenching her jaw as she moved her head down.

He explained: ‘Clenching the jaw, most of the time, is trying to release stress. Does it mean that Meghan is angry all the time? Maybe not.

‘But it seems that she has adapted that jaw clenching as a bad habit… But if she adopted this as a bad habit, it’s because at some point, she had these intense bouts of emotions that required that facial escape.’  

Jesus continued: ‘You have to look at all of [Meghan’s expressions] like a system, and it’s much easier if you reduce expressions to their easiest meanings.

Meanwhile the body language expert suggested the then-actress had ‘a hard time showing genuine smiles’ in the interview 

‘One, she has a hard time showing genuine smiles.

‘Two, she has a hard time hiding her tension, that might be anger or frustration

”And three, she looks like she wants to have control of the narrative because she seems too affected by the man talking.

‘Despite how distracting or confusing that might be – Meghan was upset and she was doing a very bad job of hiding it.

‘Later in the interview, she grabbed the man’s cards and she even gets upset when she looks at someone over her shoulder.’     

The comments emerge as make-up artist Daniel Martin revealed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are loving family life with Archie, 2, and six-month-old Lilibet, but are experiencing the ‘challenge’ of finding the best work-life balance.

The comments emerge as make-up artist Daniel Martin revealed Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are loving family life with Archie, 2, and six-month-old Lilibet, but are experiencing the ‘challenge’ of finding the best work-life balance

Speaking in a new interview with People magazine, the Duchess of Sussex’s close pal said the couple had ‘struck a rhythm as a foursome’.

Meghan has been lobbying for US Congress to consider to make paid family leave law for all Americans, citing her own experience as a new working mother.

‘It’s about finding that work-life balance now. They’re experiencing it themselves,’ Daniel said.

However, despite their apparent struggle to find a balance, the couple have largely been on parental leave since the birth of their daughter Lilibet in June.

Earlier this month, questions were raised about the couple’s £18million Spotify deal, after giving the streaming giant just 35 minutes of content so far. 

The pair also have a Netflix deal which industry insiders say could be worth as much as $100 million, while Prince Harry has a reported $1.7billion position at Silicon Valley start-up Better Up and a four-book deal said to be worth at least £18 million.

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