Kate Middleton and Prince William’s pride was “unmistakable” as they took Prince George, Charlotte and Louis to school at Lambrook for their first day, a body language expert has claimed.
In a series of new photos that have been released, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge could be seen walking George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and four-year-old Louis to the school gates on their first day at the £7,000-a-term Lambrook School near Ascot, Berkshire.
Prince William and Kate Middleton walked their three children – George, nine, Charlotte, seven, and four-year-old Louis – to the school gates
The royal children pictured on their first day at the £7,000-a-term Lambrook School near Ascot, Berkshire
And according to expert Judi James, the royal couple gave each other a revealing “glance,” showing just how proud they really are of their three children.
She tells Fabulous: “The message in that glance exchanged between William and Kate as they walk their three children into their new school in a display of unity and close bonding is unmistakable.
“It’s the look that says ‘We did it!’, having not only produced a very happy and confident-looking family group but also an heir to the throne and his two siblings.”
She continues: “William has always been a prince who learns from the problems and tragedies of his past.
“And he and Kate do appear to have been very careful with their planning to produce a stable and free-wheeling environment for their three children.”
And according to the body language expert, Prince William’s smile is also very telling.
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“The look of pride in those children (and in each other) is visible in the puckering around William’s mouth as he smiles, to suggest a sense of modesty along with the pride in his wife and family,” she explains.
Judi goes onto say that in contrast, Kate’s body language shows a “lack of any sense of tension or anxiety.”
She says: “By walking upright, smiling happily and with the wind blowing in her hair she seems to signal it’s no longer necessary to fuss over her children or worry about their behaviour in public.”
George and Charlotte previously attended Thomas’ School in Battersea, south London, while Louis went to Willcocks Nursery in South Kensington, west London.
But after Wills and Kate moved the family from Apartment 1A Kensington Palace to four-bed Adelaide Cottage, George, Charlotte, and their younger brother Louis will receive a top education together, complete with mandatory Saturday lessons.
Judi claimed Prince William’s smile suggested a sense of modesty along with the pride in his wife and family