Since the initial broadcast of their Netflix documentary series, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have not been spotted in public.
The Sussexes attended the Robert F. Kennedy Ripple of Hope Award Gala in New York City on Tuesday night, where they were presented with the award.
Not a week after the initial trailer sent viewers into a frenzy, their documentary series’ first episode premiered on Thursday. Of course, no one can predict what will transpire between them and the rest of the Royal Family in the wake of the documentary.
The majority of Harry and Meghan’s attention has been on their brand-new businesses, which include publishing books and podcasts.
Given their busy schedules and all the drama they are involved in, a recent image from the New York gala seemed to capture how the two are really feeling.
Harry and Meghan’s album release week is this week. Their Netflix documentary series dropped yesterday, following the two trailers that were given extensive press coverage around the world.
Suffice it to say, the British Royal Family has cause for concern.
The duo was spotted sitting closely together at the aforementioned New York fundraiser. They are displaying their love differently than many other couples strolling the red carpet, says body language expert Patti Wood.
According to Wood, prominent couples frequently split up during the many stances they strike for the cameras. Harry and Meghan, though, are an exception.
They may put up handholds as they go, but the fact that they maintain it suggests that they rely on one another and want to be perceived as a married pair, according to Wood.
Additionally, Wood noted how she observed their seeming close proximity while they were on the red carpet. The body language expert is familiar with their “mutual touch,” which refers to instances when one person responds to touch by gripping their hand or touching, for example, the waist or back.
“That is the norm there. The fact that they linked their hands “shows a desire to kind of mesh and be seen as joint,” Wood said, “is kind of crucial to know because we’re seeing that norm even up a notch.”