On September 18, Kate Middleton donned her military costume during a visit to an air base at Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton, England. The one who succeeded Prince Andrew as Commodore in Chief of the Fleet Air Arm, took the opportunity to undergo training with several Marines and thus discover more closely the missions of these soldiers. However, according to body language expert Darren Stanton, interviewed on September 22 by The Mirror, the Princess of Wales would also have received some "flirting signals" that day. Elans that she would have dodged with elegance and politeness.
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It must be said that Prince William's wife was, as usual, resplendent that day, lending herself to any form of exercise, such as fitting survival equipment. Air traffic controller's helmet on his head, he was seen smiling out loud, surrounded by several officers. By deciphering Kate Middleton's gestures, the specialist noted a "confident" and "relaxed" attitude although she had to confront some "flirtatious signals". "Kate tried the life jacket and she seems to be really having fun. She laughed a lot and they seemed to have a great time with her. We see in some guys some signals of flirtation, here and there, "he explains to the tabloid. If the expert does not give more details on the gestures of the latter, he also ensures that the Princess of Wales would have remained "polite and friendly" by dodging the looks.
Out of the interpretation, there is no doubt that Kate, who came alone to this event, won the hearts of the officers of the Royal Navy. George, Charlotte and Louis' mother "definitely put them at ease," says Darren Stanton. "She has a very caring nature – even with people she's never met before. Looking at those sincere smiles, I can tell that there was a great level of trust between her and the people she was interacting with."
The tour ended with a quiet and relaxed moment. "We saw her shaking hands, people forming a circle around her. She was really the center of attention," the expert continues. He also notes the evolution of Kate Middleton, seeming here more "independent" than ever, ready to take up any challenge. "It has completely taken over since the death of the queen (Elizabeth II, who died on September 18, 2022, Editor's note)," he concluded.
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