Prince William and Kate ‘flir’ at Windsor charity polo match

Prince William and a ‘flirty’ Kate Middleton acted like ‘a young couple on a first date’ at a charity polo match in Windsor today, a body language expert has claimed.

Heartwarming photos taken today show the Duchess of Cambridge, 40, wrapping her arms around the Duke today during the Royal Charity Polo Cup 2022 at the Guards Polo Club.

Other adorable photos from the engagement show the royals exchanging intense eye contact before smiling and laughing together.

Meanwhile, they also exchanged a kiss when the Duchess handed the Duke a trophy after the match.

Prince William and a ‘flirty’ Kate Middleton, both 40, acted like ‘a young couple on a first date’ at a charity polo match in Windsor today, a body language expert has claimed.

During the engagement, the couple exchanged a hug

During the engagement, the couple exchanged a hug before ending the day as they walked away with their arms around each other

During the engagement, the couple exchanged a hug (left) before ending the day walking away with their arms around each other (right)

The couple ended the engagement as they walked away together with their arms lovingly wrapped around each other.

The couple has always acknowledged the Queen’s wish that members of the royal family should not have beloved displays in public.

Body language expert Judi James told FEMAIL that the pair’s “natural chemistry” was on display at the event.

She explained: ‘The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’ natural and coordinated chemistry together is easily illustrated during these kisses and other PDAs at polo.

“They manage to perfectly execute the more formal reward kiss while providing hints and clues to indicate the true depth of their relationship and how they would normally behave with more intimacy if they were out of public view. ‘

MATCHING AFFECTION IN THE PUBLIC

The body language expert suggested that the Duke and Duchess's affectionate displays showed that they toned down their behavior in public significantly compared to their private lives

The body language expert suggested that the Duke and Duchess’s affectionate displays showed that they toned down their behavior in public significantly compared to their private lives

The Duchess today congratulated a victorious Prince William with a loving kiss on the cheek after spending the afternoon cheering him on at the 2022 Royal Charity Polo Cup in Windsor.

Judi revealed: ‘Kate’s simulated embrace at the start of the kiss, as she extends both arms to welcome William with the expression of a desire to cuddle, shows them tempering or toning down their body language in public.

“This gesture shows how a full hug would be normal for the couple.”

The body language expert added: ‘The way her legs cross at the ankles. This very girly gesture suggests that she can still hold back when her husband kisses her in public.”

ACT AS ‘THEY WERE ON A FIRST DATE’

Although the Duke and Duchess have been together for nearly 20 years, Judi said their body language actually suggested they were still in love as ever

Although the Duke and Duchess have been together for nearly 20 years, Judi said their body language actually suggested they were still in love as ever

Although the Duke and Duchess have been together for nearly 20 years, Judi said their body language actually suggested they were still in love as ever.

The body language expert revealed: ‘They later walked out with their arms around each other’s waists, like a young couple on a first date.

“Their eye contact as they approach for the kiss. This level of close eye contact shows a very loving relationship.

Kate’s gaze even goes to William’s lips, which is a flirty gesture.

SYNCRONIZED MOVES SHOW COMPATABILITY

Meanwhile, Judi pointed to their

Meanwhile, Judi pointed to their “matching arm touches,” which she said showed a “relaxed approach” between the pair

The body language expert added: “Their matching, synchronized arm touches. These show compatibility and a very relaxed approach to touch between them.”

Meanwhile, Judi explained how the couple also showed a more “intimate” side to their relationship during the event.

She said, ‘The trailing one. When the kiss is over, they linger in the more intimate and affectionate pose rather than breaking up quickly.

“This is another hint that they are very tactile in private and toned down in public.”

THE LOOK OF LOVE’

Meanwhile, Judi also pointed out the couple's

Meanwhile, Judi also pointed out the couple’s “facial features” at the event, which she said “softened” as they looked at each other.

Meanwhile, Judi also pointed out the couple’s “facial features” at the event, which she said “softened” as they looked at each other.

She explained: ‘When William and Kate look at each other, their faces change as their features soften and form an expression called ‘The look of love’.

The Duke, 40, previously played in charity polo matches with his brother Prince Harry, 37, who now lives in his $14.7 million home in Santa Barbara with wife Meghan Markle, son Archie and daughter Lilibet Diana.

Today he was joined by wife Kate Middleton, 40, who donned an elegant £1,352 white midi dress with black pipe detailing from her favorite designer Emilia Wickstead, which she paired with a comfy £195 pair of flats from designer Camilla Elphick for the occasion.

The couple were joined today by their family dog, two-year-old Orla.

During the outing, the Duchess appeared in a good mood and was able to affectionately stroke the puppy with one hand, while drinking a glass of Pimms with the other.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s ‘insistent’ and ‘affectionate’ kiss was the opposite of Diana and Charles’s display at the 1992 polo

That kiss: Diana turns as Prince Charles leans forward to kiss her on the cheek during an awards ceremony after a polo match in Jaipur, India in 1992

Princess Diana famously turned when Prince Charles leaned forward to kiss her on the cheek during an awards ceremony after a polo match in Jaipur, India in 1992.

Judi James said the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s kiss was the opposite of the Prince and Princess of Wales in the picture.

She revealed: “While William and Kate’s continued kiss suggested a suppressed affection, Charles and Diana looked like they had no relationship or even connection between them privately.

The kiss was awkward and awkward without any suggestion of a normally tactile relationship or even chemistry together. There is no synchronicity here.

Diana leans forward but also away from her husband and their claws look out of place and lack any affection.

Diana averted the kiss by turning her head away. This rejection means Charles should plant his kiss on her hair instead of her cheek.

“His splayed fingers on her back showed a lack of desire for any kind of touch and his ugly grimace when kissing looks miserable.”

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