Meghan Markle will reportedly be the prime mover in her marriage to Prince Harry, says Judi James, a body language expert.

While speaking with Express, James said, “If Meghan is going to be the prime mover in this new power couple then Harry appears more than happy and proud to watch her do so.”

The body language expert also talked about one photo of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wherein both of them are looking down at one another.

“Here he throws her an admiring and very loving smile, looking down on her with his lips closed and his eyes narrowed and crinkled. They appear to be sticking to the ‘hands-off’ rule here and their facial expressions do appear to be compensating, with this intense look of love. As a consequence, Meghan grins up at her husband but shoves one hand in her pocket in what looks like a bid to avoid touching him as clearly as she longs to do so,” she explained.

On July 17, Markle and Prince Harry attended the Nelson Mandela Centenary Exhibition at Southbank Center’s Queen Elizabeth Hall. While there, James said that Markle looked prepared to jump into her new role as Duchess.

“Meghan’s head is tilted to signal authentic listening, her lips are slightly pursed and the way she holds her left hand to her chest and neck suggests empathy although it also allows her to display her wedding ring to the world in a subliminal gesture of pleasure at her change of status. Her feet are slightly splayed here in a gesture of intrinsic confidence and her eyes tilt down diagonally to show an evaluation of the conversation,” James said.

Prince Harry, on the other hand, allowed Markle to take on the lead at the event. The Duke of Sussex didn’t also seem to mind, and he was very polite towards his wife at that time.

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle is taking the lead from her husband, and Prince Harry doesn't seem to mind. Pictured: Prince Harry, Markle kiss after posing with the trophy after the Sentebale Polo 2018 held at the Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club on July 26, 2018 in Windsor, England. Getty Images/Chris Jackson