"It's a go-to for him, and a protective gesture that helps comfort him in stressful situations." As for Meghan, "her hands are in an awkward position, which signals that there's a little bit of unease for her. They’re both showing some discomfort."
In a second picture, this time Meghan can be seen placing a protective hand over her belly.
"This time Meghan's left hand is over her belly, which again is a subconscious way to protect yourself from perceived anxiety or angst," notes Cobb.
"Their stance is very similar from their heads all the way to their feet, and they're almost a mirror image of each other." That shows that the royal couple is "emotionally in sync and on the same wavelength, which is a testament to their relationship—you want to be like someone you like."
Meanwhile, Cobb thinks William and Kate’s body language is much more relaxed.
"Kate has a much bigger smile than Meghan, and you tend to emote more when you’re happy and relaxed."
Rumours were rife of a rift between Harry and William for months with Harry somewhat confirming it with his comment on the recent ITV documentary that they were on “different paths” and have “good days” and “bad days”.
The news comes after it was revealed last week that Harry and Meghan are considering exposing the royal family again in a second tell-all documentary, with Radar Online reporting that the couple will give camera’s access into their world when they visit America over the Thanksgiving holiday period.