EXCLUSIVE: Meghan Markle now ‘outshines Harry’ as prince’s ‘moments of dominance’ are diminishing

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have changed a lot since their first royal tour as a married couple.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex enjoyed a 16-day trip in October 2018, which they kicked off by announcing Meghan’s pregnancy with their first child. The tour included them visiting four different countries, finishing the trip at Redwoods Tree Walk in Rotorua, New Zealand.

Six years later and the couple are still carrying out work around the world, although they’re now no longer part of the Royal Family. Meghan and Harry visited Nigeria earlier this month and body language expert Judi James believing the pair now show heightened confidence compared to their first royal tour.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex visit Redwoods Tree Walk
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry visited New Zealand after their wedding 
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Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex
They made some big changes in Nigeria 
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“Harry’s body language during this first royal tour with Meghan showed him undergoing a huge transition in terms of life roles. The younger son and younger brother known as the ‘playboy prince’ was shape-shifting into a husband and father here, as well as a royal with new responsibilities in terms of world tours and appearances,” Judi told The Mirror.

She added: “He looks happy but not carefree, with his manly splayed chest and his determined-looking frowns a sign of the sense of responsibility that had come with all the romance and marital bliss. When the couple walk hand-in-hand here Harry’s hand is clamped firmly over Meghan’s with the back of his hand showing to the front, suggesting a natural desire to protect.

“Their signals as a couple are full of love and excitement. Meghan’s bouncy walk signals total excitement about the tour and about Harry and her pregnancy.

“Her cheeks are rounded and her eyes gleam in nearly every shot. They even giggle together, showing the strength of their romance while also supplying the goods as a modern and popular royal couple.”

Britain's Prince Harry (2ndR), Duke of Sussex, and Britain's Meghan (R), Duchess of Sussex
They’ve grown in confidence 
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Judi said the Sussexes showed similar affection on their Nigeria trip. She explained: “Their recent tour of Nigeria threw up some similar and even advanced signals of looking like a royal presence, especially from Meghan who appeared looking far more confident than she did back in New Zealand, with a very regal elegance and projection of graciousness.

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