The distance the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge keep from each other at public events shows they have a 'deep connection', a body language expert has claimed.

Kate and Prince William's public exchanges are usually limited to an occasional hand on the back or cheeky grins and subtle looks when together at royal engagements.

However, according to body language expert Darren Stanton, there's a romantic reason for the Cambridges avoiding public displays of affection.

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The Cambridges instead tend to exchange cheeky grins and subtle looks when together at royal engagements or out in public.

The royal couple tend to avoid contact because their deep 'bond' means they have nothing to prove, says Darren.

Speaking to The Daily Mirror on behalf of Slingo, Mr Stanton said: "She and William are a pair that appear so connected on a deeper level that they don’t need to be showing continuous signs of reciprocal liking – like tactileness or prolonged eye contact – during public outings to prove they have a deep connection.

"It is noticeably visible without the need for the couple to indulge in overzealous PDAs and is testament to why Kate and William have the confidence to attend events as individuals as much as they do as a couple."

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Stanton discussed the Cambridges outing to the All England Club on Tuesday to watch the Wimbledon quarter-finals.

He said: "For instance, Kate, walking across the bridge as she arrived to the grounds, displayed the same level of confidence solo as she did when sat alongside William in the stands.

"It’s interesting, as the couple were in complete unison with their behaviour while spectating.

"During a tense moment on court, Kate was seen anxiously tucking her hair behind her ears as William pulled an expression of tension."

Last month another body language expert Judi James analysed the couples body language during their visit to Royal Ascot.

Ms James argued that the Duke and Duchess showed "empathy" and "synchronicity" through their body language at the event.

She said: "Not only did they provide a sweet gesture by inviting Arthur Vestey into their carriage at Ascot, Kate and William also sent out some equally sweet clues about their current relationship via their gestures and facial expressions as they rode side by side in the carriage.

"On the hottest day of the year and wearing a rather heavy suit and top hat, William was all smiles.

"However, he also performed several lip-licking gestures to suggest those smiles might have taken just a little bit more effort in the heat.

"He and Kate have always shown high levels of subliminal empathy and synchronicity via their mirrored body language and it was cute to see that, along with their matching waves, Kate was also performing an unusually exaggerated lip-licking ritual."


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