Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Are Morphing Into John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Body Language Expert Claims
It took some time, but after some shockingly challenging years, Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex are finding their stride in the public eye. From the moment they went public with their relationship in 2016, there was a media frenzy surrounding the couple. Unfortunately, the media’s interest in the former actor quickly turned poisonous.
For Prince Harry, who had been struggling for some time to find his place in the royal family as Prince William began to prepare for his role as the Crowned King, the press’ attacks on his wife were unacceptable.
In the end, since the British royal family was unable to do anything about the couple’s grievances, the Sussexes left the U.K. for Meghan’s home state of California. Now, one body language expert claims that are morphing into another infamous couple.
Prince Harry is finding his footing in the U.S.
Prince Harry has stated unequivocally that Megxit was his idea. Meghan was willing to try and make it work, but the prince, who grew up in the royal fold had enough. As his brother and sister-in-law, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge began garnering more responsibility, the prince felt aimless and lost in the shadows, especially following his retirement from the Royal Army.
Marrying Meghan simply gave him the push he needed to define himself and his legacy away from the royal stage and on his own terms. Reporter Caitlin Flanagan explained to The Atlantic,
The couple’s future isn’t certain. They are hugely appealing and glamorous. Everyone in Hollywood is eager to host them. The first few years of this plan are going to be heady. But — as Harry has often said — as soon as William’s three children become old enough to emerge as individual figures, the klieg lights will immediately turn to them. He is in a rush to make his mark and seems to treat life as a race, too.
Meghan Markle is thrilled to be back in California
For her part after landing in picturesque Santa Barbara about one hour away from LA, where they can thrive and raise their son privately, Megahan is thrilled to be back in the U.S.
Though the pandemic slowed down a lot of the Sussexes’ plans, Meghan has been using her voice for advocacy. During a recent chat with legendary activist Gloria Steinem for MAKERS Women, Meghan revealed how happy she was to be back. She seemed carefree and joyful during their chat.
“Meg, welcome home,” Steinem said. “I’m so glad that you’re home.” Meghan responded, “Me too, for so many reasons.”
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are turning into John Lennon and Yoko Ono
One body language expert believes that Prince Harry and Meghan post-Megxit are reminiscent of another controversial couple. Judi James explained to Fabulous Digital,
With Meghan and Harry going further down what looks like the John and Yoko “power-couple-for-global-harmony” route, Meghan’s emphatically casual, bohemian styling here and her free-wheeling body language place her as firmly away from royal traditions and restrictions as possible. The woman who we once watched struggling with rules like crossing her legs at her ankles and which side to place her clutch purse is now sitting with one leg bent casually up on her chair when she’s not mirroring the body language of her hero Gloria.
From what we’re seeing so far, it looks like Meghan and Prince Harry are going to be just fine.