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Prince William appeared 'stressed', while his 'confident' wife Kate Middleton wasn’t shy to celebrate England's Six Nations win over Wales on Saturday (February 25).
Speaking on behalf of Betfair Bingo, body language expert Darren Stanton analysed the royal couple as they cheered on opposing teams in Cardiff.
Darren said that the Prince and Princess of Wales are "no longer joined at the hip" like they had to be in the past.
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Both the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are involved in rugby through different royal roles, and have previously attended rugby matches together.
“Will often lets Kate take centre stage at these types of events," Darren explained.
"Although he has developed a great deal of confidence over the years, Willam still makes a number of self reassurance gestures. Often referred to as pacifying gestures, these include placing his hands inside his jacket.
"This is almost like a self-hug when he may be feeling less than completely confident in a situation. While William is a keen sportsman, Kate is clearly into rugby and doesn’t have an issue taking the lead. She obviously enjoyed interacting with everyone there."
William has previously faced backlash for his support of England in international football given the fact he supports Wales in rugby.
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Kate was announced as patron of England's Rugby Football League and the Rugby Football Union in 2022.
She took over the role from Prince Harry, who was was stripped of his patronages after confirming he would not be returning to work on behalf of the Royal Family after a year's trial away.
Kate later showed off her rugby skills at Twickenham, even being lifted up in a lineout during a training session.
“It’s clear that these two no longer have to be joined at the hip as they were years ago. They continue to grow in popularity and have both developed a great deal of confidence, while speaking and interacting with the public," Darren said.
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