AceShowbiz - Kate Middleton allegedly kept an eye on her sister-in-law Meghan Markle's behavior while they were greeting mourners at Windsor Castle. According to a body language expert, the Duchess of Cornwall shot icy glares at the wife of Prince Harry over the weekend to "freeze" her out.
"Quite unlike the confident Meghan we know, Meghan appeared ill at ease during this encounter, which is not surprising given the recent criticism that she has faced," Katia Loisal told Australia's Seven News.
The expert claimed that the newly appointed Princess of Wales' stares made it look as though she was trying to "freeze out" the Duchess of Sussex. Meanwhile, Kate's husband Prince William appeared to make an effort with his sister-in-law.
"On numerous occasions Meghan looked over at Kate, however, the gaze wasn't reciprocated," Katia explained, adding that Kate appeared to "look through" Meghan instead. Katia also shared that the mom of three was seemingly successful in making Meghan feel uncomfortable.
The body language expert shared, "Meghan's hand lifted hesitantly as if to wave, but stopped mid air, rather pausing to adjust her hair, her head and gaze lowered, before looking up and giving a quick wave, her arm coming back to rest in front of her body in a partial arm barrier."
Meanwhile, in related news, Prince Harry has been allowed to wear his military uniform when he takes part in a special vigil for Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday, September 17. A source reveals to Page Six that the prince did not request the change. "He was simply prepared to wear whatever his grandmother made plans for. He's focused on honoring her and that's it. If they'd like him in uniform, I have no reason to think that he won't oblige," the source explains.
Prior to this, Buckingham Palace confirmed that only working members of the royal family are allowed to wear military uniform at the event. The palace, however, made an exception for Prince Andrew, who is also not a working royal member, by granting him permission to wear his military uniform, but only at the final vigil.
Addressing the eyebrow-raising news, Prince Harry, who served in the British Army for 10 years and was deployed to Afghanistan twice, released a statement on Tuesday. "[Prince Harry] will wear a morning suit throughout events honoring his grandmother. His decade of military service is not determined by the uniform he wears and we respectfully ask that focus remain on the life and legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II," so the statement read.