Meghan Markle will become a fully-fledged member of the royal family on Saturday, May 19.
She’ll also become the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister-in-law.
Markle and Middleton have only made a few public appearances together but experts have already used it as an opportunity to analyse their relationship.
Judi James identified ‘team member’ respect for one another when the pair spoke at a London forum in January, but no ‘overt displays of sisterly friendship.’
There’s still presumably time for that to blossom into ‘sisterhood.’
In a just a few days’ time, Meghan Markle will become a fully fledged royal, making her sister-in-law to the Duchess of Cambridge. The pair have only made a few public appearances but body language experts have already used it as an opportunity to analyse the relationship between them.
Markle, Kate Middleton, and Princes Harry and William appeared for their first official royal engagement as a foursome in January at the first annual Royal Foundation Forum in London. Markle and Middleton wore coordinating blue dresses, although the former’s apparently cost at least 10 times more than the latter’s.
The Duchess wore a royal blue tailored maternity dress by Seraphine, which reportedly costs $169, while Markle opted for a dark blue wrap dress by Jason Wu, which retails for $1,795.
But that wasn’t where the differences ended, according to author and body language expert Judi James, who offered her take on the event.
The first time the two couples were photographed together was on Christmas Day at Sandringham.
Their first official royal engagement as a foursome was at the first annual Royal Foundation Forum in January in London, where they answered questions about their past and future charity work and the foundation’s programmes from host Tina Daheley.
James told Cosmopolitan that overall the plentiful smiles …read more
Source:: Business Insider