Did you think royal fever was over just because Meghan Markle and Prince Harry tied the knot? Welp, you were wrong, because my obsession with this (literally) regal duo, if anything, has grown. What can I say? I'm a sucker for a fairytale love story, and it doesn't get any more storybook than these two. So, of course, when they made an appearance at Trooping of the Colour, I was excited to see Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's body language after the honeymoon. Would they have settled into their roles? Are they more in love than ever? Or are they over being in the spotlight? To get some real insight into how this couple is faring at this latest event, I reached out to body language expert Blanca Cobb to ask what she can glean about my fave royal couple. (Sorry, Kate and William!)
Just for some context, the Trooping of the Colour is an annual parade that combines the annual summer military march and the Queen's unofficial birthday. While her birthday is actually in April, she celebrates that privately, whereas the march is her public celebration. During the parade, the Queen inspects her troops and the royal family makes its appearance on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. There is a ton of pageantry and tradition wrapped up in this event, plus it gives us a chance to see the newlyweds interacting together and with the whole family.
So, how did Meghan and Harry fare? Here's what Cobb sees.