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Why Prince William Avoided Facing the Camera In New Father’s Day Photo With Children

The¬†Princess of Wales’s Father’s Day photo showing¬†Prince William¬†and their three children,¬†Prince George,¬†Princess Charlotte¬†and¬†Prince Louis¬†has¬†been decoded by a body language expert who revealed its true meaning.

On Sunday, Kensington Palace posted a new picture on X and Instagram, which shows the Prince of Wales and the royal children hugging and looking at the sea, with their backs to the camera.

The Palace said the picture was taken on the Norfolk coast last month by Princess Kate.

For the first time ever, the Wales children posted their own message on the family’s social media accounts.

It read: “We love you, Papa. Happy Father’s Day. G, C & L.”

Why Prince William Avoided Facing the Camera In New Father's Day Photo With Children

Now a body language expert analysed the latest snap and claimed the family’s positioning showed their true intimacy.

Judi James told the¬†Mirror: “Photographed from the back view, they avoid actually communicating with the camera. It suggests this is an intimate and loving moment caught rather than a ‚Äėshow pony‚Äô one posed to please the viewer.”

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The photo follows another image uploaded on the couple’s social media account, this time by Willam, who paid tribute to his own father, King Charles with a throwback photo.

The Prince of Wales uploaded an image of his young self next to Charles, who had a small football at his feet.

He captioned the post: “Happy Father‚Äôs Day, Pa. W.”

The picture was taken on June 12, 1984, in the gardens of Kensington Palace, just months before Prince Harry was born in September.


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