While it is normal for a person to change when they enter a new relationship, some believe Prince Harry’s marriage to Meghan Markle has caused the 34-year-old to undergo some unfavorable changes that have affected his relationship with Prince William.

Prior to his marriage with Meghan, Harry reportedly had a close relationship with William and his wife Kate Middleton. However, body language expert Judi James noted the Duke of Sussex isn’t the same man he was before he married the former “Suits” star.

“Harry’s body language has changed a lot since he got married,” she revealed during the “Pod Save the Queen” podcast.

“We kind of saw the old, fun Harry for the last time at Invictus Games where he and Meghan came flying out in ripped jeans. He was bursting with pride but also being quite funny, his usual royal joker routine.”

James believes Prince Harry’s relationship with Meghan has made the Duke take himself more seriously. As a result, he has lost the fun-loving persona the public often admired.

“He’s also lost that double act with his brother. He had a lot of fun with [William and Kate], making them laugh,” she explained.

“I think he sees his role now, on the world stage, as an ambassador, someone who’s going to go around doing good work and taking life a bit more seriously. So, he has undeniably changed.”

Prior to his relationship with Meghan, James claims Harry was known as Princess Diana’s son and Prince William’s brother. However, after his wedding and Meghan’s pregnancy, he quickly “achieved the role of husband and now father-to-be.”

While the commentator suggested the new roles could have caused Harry’s noticeable change, she revealed he could have ditched his “naughty, fun side” to please Meghan.

“Either that or he thinks that what Meghan loves about him is this rather manly, grown-up, sophisticated alpha,” James shared

Harry and Meghan, who married in May 2018, are expected to welcome their first child together in spring 2019.

Prince Harry Prince Harry is pictured attending a Commonwealth Day Youth Event on March 11, 2019 in London, England. Photo: Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images