Kate Middleton's 'Ready to Flee' Pose in Archie's Christening Portrait Explained by a Body Language Expert

The first-born son of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor was christened in a private ceremony in Windsor on July 6. After a couple of pictures from the ceremony were released on social media, a body language expert revealed what Prince William and Kate Middleton’s body language in the photo mean.

Two months after his birth, Archie Mountbatten-Windsor was christened in the private chapel at Windsor by the Archbishop of Canterbury. 

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex released a couple of pictures to mark the occasion on their official Instagram account. 

One of the pictures featured the royal family looking aglow with happiness in the castle’s Green Drawing Room. 

From left to right: The Duchess of Cornwall, The Prince of Wales, Ms Doria Ragland, Lady Jane Fellowes, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, The Duke of Cambridge and The Duchess of Cambridge. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are the the centre with Archie. | Source: Instagram/SusseRoyal

From left to right: The Duchess of Cornwall, The Prince of Wales, Ms Doria Ragland, Lady Jane Fellowes, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, The Duke of Cambridge and The Duchess of Cambridge. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are the the centre with Archie. | Source: Instagram/SusseRoyal

The traditional royal family portrait was nothing short of perfect, except for the poses of Prince Williams and his wife Kate.

Eagle-eyed fans and body language experts were quick to notice how the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge looked “awkward” in the family portrait. 

According to Daily Mail, body language expert Judi James said Prince Williams looked like he arrived in the castle in “nightclub bouncer mode” while wife Kate appeared to “ready to flee” in the portrait. 

William and Kate pose for a family portrait on the occasion of Archie's Christening. | Source: Instagram/SussexRoyal

William and Kate pose for a family portrait on the occasion of Archie's Christening. | Source: Instagram/SussexRoyal

While the first portrait had many fans wondering whether William and Kate were not exactly ecstatic during the ceremony, the second portrait of Meghan and Harry with their beloved child was a treat to all. 

In the heartwarming photo, Baby Sussex’s face was clearly seen for the first time as Meghan and Harry surrounded him in a warm embrace. 

Meghan and Harry embrace their first-born son Archie on the day of his christening. | Source: Instagram/SusseRoyal

Meghan and Harry embrace their first-born son Archie on the day of his christening. | Source: Instagram/SusseRoyal

Meghan held her precious child close as she lovingly gazed into Harry’s eyes while he lovingly looked at their son. 

NAMES OF ARCHIE’S GODPARENTS NOT REVEALED

Prince Harry and wife Meghan came under fire after they decided to keep the names of their first-born’s godparents a secret. 

The royal parents made that decision because their son’s godparents are “private citizens.”

Some believe that Meghan and Harry made a wise choice since some of Meghan’s friends are normal people who lead a private life, unlike celebrities.Whatever the reason might be, the royal couple must have had a solid reason to do so. 

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