She opined: “There are no signs of the kind of ego or vanity posturing that other royals tend to display. She is there to flesh things out and even to provide some glimpses behind the scenes, but not to raise her own profile or to vie for our sympathy.
“When she is invited to show her more vulnerable side, being questioned about the very tragic figure she cut at the death of her beloved mother, she stoically switches to the plural to avoid any focus on herself, moving from the use of ‘I’ to ‘we’ to deflect a question about the intensity of her own, personal mourning.”
According to the body language expert, Princess Anne “leads this interview”. She explained: “Anne very subtly leads this interview but without appearing oppressively dominant.
“Her use of body language cues to show when she wants to say more or when she wants to shut a subject down helps her avoid that tetchiness or even sense of evasion and guilt that can appear when royals are asked the ‘wrong’ questions.
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