Harry’s gestures in TV chats ‘show he feels superior to William’, expert claims

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    Prince Harry revealed the moments he felt "superior" to his brother, Prince William, as body language expert spotted tell-tale signs from his book promotion interviews.

    The Duke of Sussex made four high-profile TV appearances earlier this month to give viewers a briefing of his memoir, Spare, just before the book went on sale ahead of schedule in Spain.

    During his chat with 60 Minutes host Anderson Cooper, there was a moment Harry reacted to William's hair problem as body language expert Adrianne Carter noted.

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    Anderson mentioned an excerpt about a meeting between the brothers in the book.

    He said: "You said 'I looked at Willy, really looked at him, maybe since the first time since were boys, I took it all in. his familiar scowl which had always been his default in dealings with me, his alarming baldness more advanced than my own.'"

    The 38-year-old looked down and gave away a smirk.

    The expert said: "So we see a really telling clue from Harry’s facial expression when he talks about William’s baldness – we see the one-sided half smile.

    "That means 'I feel superior, I’m better than' – he’s quite proud of the fact he isn’t as advanced bald as his brother."

    In another interview which he appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Harry took an aim at the British press and called it "very disturbing" for taking context out of his book for stories.

    "It's not like 'here's the one line', they had the whole section but they ripped it away and said here it is, he's boasting on this, and that's dangerous," Harry told Stephen.

    "My words are not dangerous, but the spin of my words are very dangerous to my family."

    Adrianne noticed his facial expression and said: "We see a really strong facial expression of contempt – pursing the lips.

    "Contempt means ‘I feel superior and I really don’t like what I’m seeing or hearing'."

    The bombshell claims about William left the brothers in rift as royal correspondent Charles Rae said it put William in a difficult position.

    He said, on behalf of Spin Genie: "I believe William feels very betrayed by his younger brother, who may well harbour the same feelings of betrayal by his older brother."


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