Expert explains how Princess Diana ‘found inner power’ after ‘sadness’

Diana, Princess of Wales was one of the most popular members of the Royal Family during her lifetime, despite going through many personal heartaches.

The Princess was open about her struggles with bulimia, her divorce from King Charles and postnatal depression.

But according to a body language expert, Diana had “three types of happiness” which she showed throughout her lifetime.

Judi James exclusively told “There were three types of happiness in Diana’s life and she showed three different body language states to signal them.

“The first was sadly miss-placed and fleeting and that was her idyllic, romantic happiness during her wedding and the first days of her marriage.

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“There was a time when Diana looked like a young girl with a crush and when Charles literally couldn’t keep his hands off her.

“The kiss on their wedding day might have come as a result of Charles first asking his mother if he had her permission to kiss his bride, but the way Diana threw her head back so that her neck was arched in a signal of submission showed the levels of passion she felt for her Prince.

“Their honeymoon photos showed that crush was still raging. Sitting next to her kilted husband with her hands stuffed into her pockets, her symmetric smile and relaxed and quite playful pose suggested she had settled for her choice to marry the heir to the throne.

“She looked optimistic and full of youthful confidence here. When Charles placed his hand on her shoulder she responded in true Mills and Boon style, with a romantic head tilt that suggested she really had found ‘the one’.”

However, that happiness did not last, as Charles and Diana separated in 1992 and later divorced in 1996. Judi explained how Diana found happiness outside her marriage.

She claimed: “When that marital happiness exploded in her face, Diana found her second stage of happiness with her sons.

“She was every inch the doting, loving mother and, unlike her love for her husband, this was a love that was returned with interest.

“Tactile and adoring, Diana triggered her inner child when she was with them so we could see the young girl she had been before she met Charles emerging as she played with them with signals of total delight.

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“With William and Harry, Diana was able to offer all the love she’d seen rejected during her marriage and to act like a child herself.”

The Princess knew how to be happy outside of her close family unit, according to the body language expert.

Judi opined: “Diana’s third happiness came with maturity. She somehow overcame the pain of her marriage and her eating disorder and rebuilt both her confidence and her physical strength.

“This version of Diana looked in charge of her life and her messaging and, although she might have appeared solitary at times, her body language suggested she had found her inner power and strength after all the sadness and recriminations.

“Striding from the gym she no longer looked haunted and hunted and sitting on the deck of a boat, her elbow splay and upright spine made her appear fully in charge of her destiny.

“Even her ‘revenge dress’ showed how far she had come in terms of confidence.

“The shy and slightly awkward girl wearing the low-cut black gown during her first official outing with Charles had gone.

“This woman wore a far more revealing dress with total assurance, suggesting she had emerged from her tragic years a stronger, more in control and more relaxed woman.”

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