I’m an expert on body language — from The Head Girl to The Reflector, what the royal kids’ personality types say about them

ROYAL fans just can’t get enough of the Queen’s adorable great-grandchildren lately, and to be honest, neither can we.

Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee weekend was a real insight into the children’s personalities and is one of the rare occasions we have been able to see the children all together.

If you've seen the Queen's Pageant over the bank holiday weekend, you're probably more obsessed with the royal children than ever


If you’ve seen the Queen’s Pageant over the bank holiday weekend, you’re probably more obsessed with the royal children than everPhoto credit: Getty
Prince Louis stole the show with his hilarious facial expressions


Prince Louis stole the show with his hilarious facial expressionsPhoto credit: Reuters

We finally got an understanding of what little ones are like and it’s clear that every child is very unique.

Fabulous spoke to body language expert Judi James to clarify what the royal children’s personality types are really saying about them.

GEORGE: The reflector

Prince George of Cambridge, 8, is Kate and William’s eldest child.

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Judi watches him at the Queen’s Jubilee and reveals all about George’s personality type.

Judi explained: “George is clearly in his element watching football with his dad at his side in the role of best pal and mentor and to see the pair smash Sweet Caroline together shows just how close they are and how much George idolizes and emulates his role model.

“As indicative of his royal role, the constant mirroring suggests qualities we are seeing in William that we will see in his son as well, although the support and influence of his sister Charlotte should also help build his confidence in the public and into the royal limelight.

“Like his grandma Diana and father William, George can display the body language cues of shyness, but like both he can also display inner strength and sometimes the ability to lead or authority.

“He even hinted and nudged his father as he slowly got to his feet for the royal coach and William has yielded to submissiveness and shown how his equally thoughtful and thoughtful son is already taking the lead when needed.”

CHARLOTTE: The chief prefect

If you watched the Queen’s Pageant over the bank holiday weekend, you might have noticed that Princess Charlotte, 7, has walked out of the law with her siblings a couple of times.

As a result, Judi dubbed Charlotte the typical “senior prefect” and revealed all about her personality type.

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Judi said: “Charlotte patrolled calmly and serenely for the celebrations, displaying not only her ability to get all things royal right but also a trait of checking and correcting her brother’s performances.

“It was clear the Cambridges had been coaching their children behind the scenes, but on the day itself it appeared to be Charlotte who was working on the front lines to ensure all the rules were being followed.

“With a wonderfully calm demeanor, she began checking the contents of Camilla’s purse as if she were on a security job. She pushed Louis’ hands down as he waved too much and again as he stuffed his fingers into his mouth. She even subtly corrected George when his arms weren’t at his sides for the anthem.

“That doesn’t look like dominance though, as Charlotte also seems to have a high level of empathy, making her the first choice for hugs from Louis when she comes back from Wales, and one to greet her gang-gan with loving concern.” looks at as they stood together on the balcony.”

LOUIS: The entertainer

Prince Louis, 4, kept us all entertained over the bank holiday weekend and definitely stole the show with his hilarious facial expressions and hand gestures.

So it’s no wonder that Judi calls Louis an “entertainer”.

Judi continued, “Louis is clearly the one who loves to be the center of everyone’s attention and the one who loves to entertain and make his family laugh. His spontaneity is evident, but so is his popularity and sociability since he was the one who engaged with everyone and even surfed the lap to be cuddled by everyone.

“His signals suggest he will be the royal optimist and most likely to encourage change in the company and ensure his siblings enjoy their roles by not always taking himself too seriously like the Queen.

“Mike Tindall may have put a funny warning sign on Louis, but it looks suspiciously like Louis copied many of his comedy poses from his super-funny royal ‘uncle.’ Louis has already learned to be popular: when he wasn’t making his family laugh with his jokes, he was showing love and affection with his cuddles.”

LENA: The fearless warrior

If you stayed at home and watched the Platinum Jubilee Pageant, you might have noticed that Zara Tindall’s daughter Lena, 3, is fiercely defending her snacks in front of Prince Louis.

She may only be three years old, but she clearly doesn’t take nonsense.

Judi added: “All children are born into a state of fearlessness and spontaneity, but little Lena seems to carry those traits with her a little longer than most. Being the youngest and smallest in the group of royal children didn’t stop her one iota when it came to standing her ground and not taking any nonsense.

“She very confidently and resolutely refused to share her sweets with Louis and so far she seems to have even won the shocked admiration of her cousins.

“Zara’s children tend to be as confident, playful and fearless as their parents, and while she’s too young to know for sure, there are signs that Lena is also very fond of her confident, confident, no-nonsense Grandma Anne.” could become similar.”

MIA: The party girl

And finally, the anniversary weekend gave us a real glimpse into Zara Tindall’s older daughter Mia, 8.

Adorable footage showed a side of Mia we haven’t seen before and proved she has positive energy.

Judi emphasized, “Mia has always shown herself to be a true force of nature, an energetic, playful little girl, thanks to her parents’ tactile but fun-loving approach, which includes a no-masking in public and a cheerful, natural look at PDAs.”

“Whether trudging to ABBA with her arms in the air or laughing and enjoying herself with her cousin Savannah, Mia seemed to be the center and often the instigator of most of the pageant’s happier actions.

“The side of Mia that we didn’t see that often, though, is that like any girl who loves a party, she also knows when to recharge her batteries. We saw Mia give her dad the most adorable, loving head hugs and then we saw her turn to Kate for comfort and a cuddle when what appeared to be fatigue set in.

“Mia could be the standout star of the royal family as she gets older and pours all that energy, enthusiasm and potential emotional intelligence into her career.”

Lena has proven that she is confident, playful and fearless


Lena has proven that she is confident, playful and fearlessPhoto credit: Getty
Mia loved partying with ABBA and really proved how energetic she is


Mia loved partying with ABBA and really proved how energetic she isPhoto credit: Getty I’m an expert on body language — from The Head Girl to The Reflector, what the royal kids’ personality types say about them

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