Queen ‘found it easier’ with Kate Middleton and William’s children than Camilla

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Judi compared the Queen’s body language with her royal great-grandchildren to Camilla’s. She claimed Her Majesty finds it much easier “get involved” with the children. The Queen has nine (soon to be 11) grandchildren from among her eight grandchildren.

William has three children, Prince Harry, one and another on the way, Eugenie has one child, Peter Phillips two children and Zara Tindall two with another on the way.

The children she has been seen most with in public are Prince William’s children.

As they are highest in the line of succession, the Queen has been photographed at their high profile Christenings.

While Her Majesty is somewhat of a formidable presence, despite her advanced age and shorter stature, she has a knack with the young children.

She can often be seen leaning down to speak to her great-grandchildren, a beaming smile on her face.

Analysing images of the Queen with William’s children, Judi James told Express.co.uk: “The Queen clearly found it much easier to get involved with her small great-grand-children, even bending low to communicate with a very chatty-looking Prince George.

“Bending like this and using eye-contact suggests a more openly doting relationship and a desire to engage and register attentive listening.”

The Queen has a sweet relationship with Prince William’s children.

It is reported Prince George calls the Monarch “Gan Gan”.

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The Queen’s body language with the young children is in contrast to that of Camilla Parker Bowles, the body language expert told Express.co.uk.

Judi analysed what she referred to as Camilla’s “wary-looking displays” with Kate Middleton’s children.

Judi James told Express: “The role of step-grandmother can always be a tricky one and, given Camilla’s history with George, Charlotte and Louis’s real grandma Diana.

“It must have been more difficult to navigate than most.”

“Charles can be a bit of a hands-off-looking grandad who isn’t known for his skills when it comes to emotional challenges within the Firm too.

Judi claimed this means, “Camilla might have been left to her own devices to clarify the role, along with any help she might have had from William and Kate.”

“The result seems to be some rather wary-looking displays that emerge as distanced interest in the children in the body language in these photos.”

It’s not just her great-grandchildren the Queen is affectionate with. 

The Queen is “affectionate” with Zara Tindall, Princess Anne’s daughter.

Judi claimed their close body language in public could be as they do not have a working relationship.

She stated: “There are three key body language signals defining the strong bonds of affection here, their proximity, their touch rituals and their mirroring.

“Zara is probably the most openly tactile and spontaneous-looking member of the royal family as well as being the most good-humoured-looking one and both those qualities seem to have a very positive effect on the Queen.

“It allows her to be more openly demonstrative than she is seen to be in public with most of her other relatives.”

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