A body language expert has claimed Her Majesty the Queen was reduced to “real happy crying” at the grand finale of the platinum anniversary celebrations.
Despite not attending recent events during the four-day celebrations due to complaints, the 96-year-old monarch appeared on the royal balcony today.
Among the thousands of people following the events was body language expert Judi James, who said the tears on the Queen’s face were “sincerely happy”.
“If her audience was swallowed up by the Queen’s balcony appearance in the final moments of her anniversary celebrations, the feeling seemed to be mutual.
“There were moments during her reign when it was claimed the Queen had tears in her eyes, but often it was a wetness in the eye that could be due to age or the cold, without the other telltale signs of body language being real Tears.”
Here, however, according to the expert, as Judi gazed down at the adoring crowd and began the national anthem, she saw “two much more convincing signals of genuine, happy crying before she regained her trademark royal smile.”
The eagle-eyed body language expert also noted a moment when the Queen “fighted back tears” during her performance at the end of the platinum anniversary celebrations.
“Her eyes began to narrow and she sucked in her lips before licking them lightly.
“Those two gestures really gave the impression that she was fighting back tears at this very touching moment.”
As Judi watched the ceremony, she also watched the rest of the royal family and said the lineup “couldn’t have been more perfect”.
“George seems to have matured before our eyes over this anniversary event and he could be seen walking out behind his grandmother and solemnly adjusting his tie before standing next to her.
“It was George the Queen spoke to and it was George who smiled at her as she spoke.
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“The couple is almost the same size and it was a perfect example of the continuity of the monarchy.”
The message, Judi said, looked like it was “planned”.
When William and Charlotte got out, she said, it looked like Prince Louis was trying to slip in alongside his great-grandmother, the Queen.
But William gently guided him to stand next to his sister and in front of his mother Kate, who leaned forward a little to speak to him “as he’s clearly too young to understand a succession”.
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