Meghan Markle was one of the most anticipated arrivals at St Paul’s Cathedral, but now—eagle-eyed audiences have noticed how she reacts when she sees her brother-in-law.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were the most anticipated arrivals at Friday’s thanksgiving service.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex joined Kate Middleton and Prince William at St Paul’s Cathedral for their first public appearance together since Megxit.
And although they never met face-to-face, royal watchers believe they’ve seen Meghan’s reaction to the Duchess of Cambridge.
Taking to Twitter, Kitty royal fans share BBC recordings as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enter the cathedral.
And in the clip Meghan, whose white hat can be seen in the second row next to Harry, is seen looking away from Kate.
In the clip’s caption, Kitty wrote: “Did everyone notice the woman in the white hat (megz) turning to her left as The Duchess of Cambridge was walking past…”
Fellow royal observers were quick to agree, with many saying they had noticed his ‘reaction’ as well.
“Yes, I did notice this,” wrote another, while another agreed, “This is also very clear.”
A third wrote: “Wow it’s so clear when you see it.”
Agree, another added: “Top place! He must have turned away!”
The “nervous” Sussexes joined William, Kate and other royals at St Paul’s Cathedral for their first official event since Megxit on day two of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
The king himself was absent after experiencing “discomfort” during Thursday’s celebrations.
But most of the Firm’s other members – with the exception of Andrew who has Covid – had gathered in London for the event.
The Sussexes chose not to bring their children Archie, three, and Lilibet, who turned one yesterday, whose Royal Highness met for the first time on Thursday. Their attendance at other events, including today’s Contest, is also uncertain.
This article originally appeared in The Sun and has been republished with permission