Anyone who's ever been in a relationship knows that, much like an onion or an ogre, relationships have layers. Your relationship is one way when it's just you and your partner hanging behind closed doors. Then, you go to dinner with your partner's family, and your dynamic is completely different. The same thing happens when you're with your friends, complete strangers, or work colleagues. You get the picture here. Everyone experiences little shifts in relationship dynamics, even the royal couples. In fact, the royal couples' body language at Westminster Abbey on Commonwealth Day shows just how close and comfortable the two couples really are.
This Monday, March 12, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle attended a church service at Westminster Abbey in honor of Commonwealth Day (i.e. a day to celebrate the Commonwealth of Nations) alongside Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton. Now, if I were in Meghan's shoes, this whole thing would be extremely intimidating to me. You mean I have to impress my bae's *royal* family all while cameras are flashing at me left and right? Hard pass. But according to the analyses of two body language experts whom Elite Daily asked to interpret pictures of the couples at the service, the two couples are, in fact, very comfortable with each other. In fact, I'd go so far as to call them good friends.