Emotional Queen reduced to ‘genuine happy crying’ as she waves to crowds, says body language expert

Emotional Queen reduced to ‘genuine happy crying’ as she waves to crowds, says body language expert


A BODY language expert has claimed Her Majesty The Queen was reduced to ''genuine happy crying'' on the grand finale of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

Although the 96-year-old monarch did not attend the last few events throughout the four-day long celebrations due to experiencing discomfort, she appeared on the Royal balcony today.

Amongst the thousands of people who followed the events was also the body language expert, Judi James, who said the tears on the Queen's face were ''genuine happy''.

''If her public choked up to see the Queen appear on the balcony during the last few moments of her Jubilee celebrations then the feeling appeared to be mutual.

''There have been moments during her reign when it has been claimed the Queen was tearful but often it has been a dampness of the eye that could be down to age or the cold, with none of the other tell-tale body language signs of genuine tears.''

Here though, the expert pointed out, as she looked down at the adoring crowd and the national anthem began, Judi saw ''two much more compelling signals of genuine, happy crying before she regained her signature royal smile''.

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The eagle-eyed body language whizz also noticed a moment where the Queen was ''fighting to control tears'' during her appearance at the end of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.

''Her eyes began to narrow and she sucked her lips in before licking them slightly.

''These two gestures really did give the impression that she was fighting to control tears during this very moving moment.''

Watching the ceremony, Judi also observed the rest of the Royal family, saying the line-up ''could hardly have been more perfect''.

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''George seems to have been maturing in front of our eyes over this Jubilee event and he could be seen walking out behind his grandmother, straightening his tie solemnly before standing beside her.

''It was George the Queen spoke to and it was George smiling at her as she spoke.

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''The pair are almost the same height and it was a perfect illustration of the continuity of the monarchy.''

The message, Judi said, looked as if it had been ''planned''.

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When William and Charlotte stepped out, she said, it looked as if Prince Louis attempted to slip in next to his great grandmother, the Queen.

But William gently steered him to stand beside his sister and in front of his mum, Kate, who bent down a little to talk to him ''as he is clearly to young to understand any line of succession''.

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