Prince Harry ‘truly believes’ Meghan is like Diana, says body language expert

Prince Harry "truly believes" Meghan Markle is just like the late Princess Diana, a body language expert has suggested.

The bombshell programme, Harry & Meghan, has aired, sharing masses of footage and images from their personal archives, including from their first date.

During the first episode of the highly-anticipated series, body language expert Darren Stanton said Harry "truly believes" in his comparison between wife Meghan and late mum Princess Diana.

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The Prince, during the episode, spoke about the two women and Stanton said it was his emotions and non-verbal cues that signal his genuine feelings, the Mirror reports.

Speaking in the programme, Prince Harry said his childhood was filled with "laughter, happiness and adventure" but he doesn't have many early memories with his mum as he has "sort of blocked them out".

But he always remembers her "cheeky laugh".

Speaking on behalf of Betfair Casino, body language expert Darren said: "At one point in the documentary, Harry compares Meghan to his mother, Princess Diana.

"He speaks about how compassion, understanding, communication and empathy were the core values that drove his mother’s behaviour. Perhaps this is what initially drew Harry to Meghan.

"When Harry was speaking about Meghan, I did not see any signs of deceptive behaviour or that he was faking his emotions for the cameras. His body language and behaviour seem to be totally congruent with what he is thinking.

"From his non-verbal communication, it's apparent that he truly believes Meghan is similar to Diana."

He added: "Another thing that tells me he is being completely genuine about what he says about Meghan, is that he becomes more serious in the clip.

"When we think about people we have lost in life or certain traumatic situations, our mind triggers some of those feelings and thoughts.

"It's clear from Harry’s non-verbal communication that when he was speaking about his mother, we did see some micro-expressions of sadness. This is a clear indication that he still greatly feels loss for his mother."

In the episode, Meghan can be seen holding son Archie in front of a framed photograph of Diana and telling him: "That’s your grandma Diana."

Harry said: "I accept that there will be people around the world who fundamentally disagree with what I’ve done and how I’ve done it, but I knew that I had to do everything I could to protect my family, especially after what happened to my mum.

"I didn’t want history to repeat itself."

Previously, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex defended the Netflix show as they said Megxit was "never about privacy" as the documentary airs allowing them to "tell their story".

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