I’m a Body Language Expert and Prince George’s Sweet Gesture Shows That He Was Born to be King


All Eyes on Prince George and Kate Middleton at Royal Carol Concert

All eyes were on Prince George and Kate Middleton as she hosted a very special carol concert this evening. The service, which took place at Westminster Abbey and was broadcast on our screens, featured an array of famous guests and was supported by the Royal Foundation.

Prince George Steals the Show with Serious and Adult Body Language

According to body language expert Judi James, Prince George is showing that he is ready to rule. His body language has become serious and adult, with no need for prompting or gestures of encouragement. During the TV service, Prince George had a heartwarming moment with his father, Prince William, who displayed a proud "soft eye smile" in response to his son's actions.

Princess Charlotte Takes Control and Mirrors Her Mother's Elegant Gestures

Not to be outdone, Princess Charlotte also took the lead during the festive service. She was in control of her younger brother, Prince Louis, and even used elegant hand gestures similar to her mother, Kate Middleton. This suggests that Kate is still very much a role model for the young princess.

Royal Carol Service Honors Those Who Support Children and Families

The royal carol service, supported by The Royal Foundation, honored those who work to support babies, young children, and families in communities across the UK. The service showcased the importance of building supportive and nurturing worlds around children and adults. It featured performances by the Westminster Abbey choir, as well as musical performances by Jacob Collier, Freya Ridings, James Bay, and a special duet by Beverley Knight and Adam Lambert. Readings were given by notable speakers, and the service also included additional content emphasizing the importance of early childhood.


The royal carol service was a memorable event, with Prince George and Princess Charlotte taking center stage. Their mature and confident body language showed that they are growing into their roles as future leaders. The service itself honored those who work tirelessly to support children and families, highlighting the importance of early childhood development.