Camilla shows Charles ‘support’ and ‘flattery’ – Duchess makes his life ‘more bearable’

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Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles are senior working members of the Royal Family who both have interests in various different organisations and charities. Camilla has even presented awards on behalf of Queen Elizabeth in her time as Duchess. 

Prince Charles is first in line to succeed his mother, followed by Prince William.

However, Camilla will not be Queen and will take on the role as Princess Consort.

Clarence House previously confirmed the news following the marriage of the couple.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, body language expert Judi James analysed the couple on several recent outings.

She explained that Camilla’s body language shows signs of “support” and “flattery” towards her husband.

Judi said: “Having witnessed one wife become a public icon who eclipsed him every time they appeared together, Charles seems to have chosen in his second a woman that he does not have to share or compete with. 

“Camilla’s body language suggests a woman put on this earth to make Charles’s life more bearable. 

“Her gestures show signs of support and flattery and her attentive signals are prompted primarily by Charles rather than the cameras or even their hosts.”

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Camilla will often be seen next to Charles at events, but they also undertake duties separately too.

In recent outings, Prince Charles can be seen walking slightly ahead of his wife, speaking to various different people.

Judi explained: “Charles usually pulls rank when he appears with Camilla, walking and posing slightly ahead of her and rarely referencing her or communicating with her openly.”

Charles does this in a way “that would suggest she is one half of a very equal royal double act”.

Judi went on: “When they appear together it is very much Charles’s show that he is the star of. 

“As a result of this one-sided balancing act Charles appears able to dress a little more flamboyantly; show a little more emotion; entertain more and to present a more confident image than he seemed to in the years when Camilla was not openly at his side.”

The expert added that Camilla has a tendency to look slightly “anxious” although her relaxed side is visible in certain photos.

She said: “Any more intimate signals tend to be reserved for the kind of official photos they have taken for birthdays and anniversaries and in these we do get a glimpse of a much more openly fond relationship as Camilla relaxes and switches out of her more formal royal role.”

When Prince Charles proposed to Camilla, he presented her with a stunning engagement ring.

The art deco style ring featured a five-carat emerald-cut diamond in the centre, with three baguette diamonds on either side of the centre diamond.

The heirloom previously belonged to the Queen Mother, Prince Charles’ grandmother. 

Is it thought to be worth around £80,000 although due to its extensive heritage it holds, it could be sold for even more.

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