Kate Middleton’s message to William about Harry decoded by lip reader expert

Kate Middleton’s remarks to Prince William about a rare Royal event they attended alongside Prince Harry have been revealed by a lip reader.

The current Prince and Princess of Wales and the Duke of Sussex all turned out for the service of thanksgiving at St Paul’s Cathedral as part of the late Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations. It was the first time Harry, 38, and Meghan Markle had been seen at a Royal event since stepping back from The Firm in 2020.

Feuding brothers William, 40, and Harry put aside their differences to come together at the event. But the pair were seated far apart and were not seen speaking or even near each other – which made for a tense service.

After the ceremony, William and Kate, 41, were seen chatting on the steps of St Paul’s as they waited for their car to take them to the Guildhall for lunch. Now a lipreader has revealed what he believes was said during their exchange.

According to lip reading expert John Cassidy, as quoted by the Mirror, Kate remarked: "It went very well, very well." William replied: "Yes, perfect."

After that, William was seen waving to the crowd and saying hello. Mr Cassidy believes the prince then turned to Kate and said: "Wait for that to move, then we can go."

Meanwhile, a body language expert who analysed the Royal couples at the same event believes William gave Harry a “barrier gesture” as he walked past that was the "opposite of an acknowledgement".

She told The Mirror : “There was the opposite to an acknowledgement from William as he walked past Harry’s row during the parade out of the service.

"Sucking in his lips and with his chin pulled up in a gesture of resolve, he appeared to turn his head in the other direction for a moment.”

Judi went on to describe how Harry for the most part had a “haunted eye expression” with his blinking suggesting some inner anxiety. The body language expert added the Duke leaned in and down to the Duchess as she spoke, as though he was trying to get her support.

Judi said that Meghan’s demeanour, meanwhile, was "as perfect as it could have been under difficult circumstances" – her posture upright and a smile designed for a calm, low-key appearance.

William and Harry were forced to come together three months after the Jubilee for the Queen’s funeral in September last year – taking part in a joint walkabout with their wives around Windsor to look at floral tributes and greet thousands of wellwishers.

But the brothers' relationship was soured further by the revelations that emerged from the Sussexes’ controversial Netflix documentary and Harry’s bombshell book Spare.

After months of speculation, Prince Harry also attended King Charles’ Coronation in May. But he left Westminster Abbey swiftly after the ceremony to catch a flight back to the US. Meghan skipped the ceremony and remained at their home in Montecito, California with their children Lilibet, one, and Archie, four.


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