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A Prince Harry Slip-Up Has People Convinced Baby Archie is Two Weeks Old

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harrywelcomed baby Archie into the world on Monday, May 6 — or so we believe. The new parents gave their first post-birth interview on Wednesday, and a comment of Harry’s has the internet convinced that Archie is actually two weeks old. If true, the royal family gets major kudos for their secret-keeping abilities (unlike Sansa Stark). Here’s what we know about the theory that Archie is two weeks old.

The moment of Harry’s supposed “slip-up” came when he was asked who baby Archie most resembles. Harry responded diplomatically with the following: “Everyone says that babies change so much over two weeks, so we’re sort of monitoring how this changing process happens over this next month really. But his looks are changing every single day so who knows.” Taken in context with the rest of his statement, it’s not necessarily a tell that Archie has been around longer than a few days. But viewers are divided on whether Harry said “that babies change” or “that the baby has changed” over two weeks — obviously, the latter would be a significant slip.

If baby Archie was in fact born two weeks ago, that would place his birthdate right around Easter Sunday on April 21: a service from which Meghan was mysteriously absent. We know that Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland arrived for the birth on April 21, and that an ambulance was spotted outside Frogmore Cottage, Meghan and Harry’s new home in Windsor, on April 26. Further, the Queen made a secret visit to Frogmore Cottage around Easter Sunday, as did Prince William and Kate Middleton following the Easter services. So, there was plenty happening in late April that could have hinted at the royal baby’s early arrival.

Given Meghan and Harry’s insistence on privacy surrounding the birth, it’s tempting to believe that they pulled off a gambit of this magnitude. But no matter how fond the Queen may be of Meghan, and supportive of their desire to do things differently, do we really believe she would sign off on giving baby Archie a fake birthday? Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor will be in the public eye for the rest of his life, and it seems like an extreme move for his birthday to remain a lifelong secret. The Queen is a stickler for tradition (as her title demands!), and while she may have co-signed Meghan’s decision to keep the birth private, a media hoodwink of this level seems a bit much.

Finally, we have to ask what would really be gained from those two weeks of secrecy. Royal baby hysteria has been in full swing since well before April, and attempting to keep this kind of secret from the press risks even more relentless media attention going forward. Until we have more definitive proof — or a few more “slip-ups” from our new parents — let’s just be happy that Archie is happy, healthy, and born into a loving family.



Prince William Made the Palace Set Up a Support Hotline for Kate Middleton When They Were Dating
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From Marie Claire

    Long before she married Prince William and officially became a public figure herself, Kate Middleton was subject to public scrutiny and hounded by press and paparazzi.

    William, who had seen firsthand how dangerous this kind of attention could be, insisted that the Palace set up a hotline for Kate to give her as much support as possible.

    Royal expert and biographer Katie Nicholl writes about the measures the royal family took to protect Kate back when she was just a royal girlfriend in her book Kate: The Future Queen.

Dating/marrying/publicly loving a royal might sound glamorous on paper and in Julia Stiles rom-coms, but the reality can actually be pretty terrifying. The most infamous and tragic example of this is Princess Diana, who died in a car crash while fleeing paparazzi in Paris in 1997.

Prince William was determined to protect anyone he fell in love with from suffering the same frightening level press scrutiny. That's why, when he and Kate Middleton were just dating, Will took her safety very seriously-especially when the paparazzi really started to hound her.

In her book Kate: The Future Queen, royal expert and biographer Katie Nicholl explains that Will was so concerned, in fact, that he insisted that the Palace set up a hotline for Kate so she would have the support she needed to navigate the stressful (and sometimes scary) side effects of dating a royal.

According to Nicholl, the real turning point for William was when the press figured out where Kate lived-and where she shopped, worked out, and generally did everything in her life-and began following her everywhere, snapping her photo every day, whether she was with Will or not.

"William was aware of the situation and anxious about it," Nicholl writes. "He had seen firsthand how his mother had been harassed by the paparazzi and was determined that Kate not be subjected to the same treatment."

Will had a hotline set up for Kate for the press office at St. James's Palace and for Prince Charles' head of press, Paddy Harverson, directly.

"We had been introduced to Kate early on, and we were instructed from the outset to give her every support possible," a senior press aide told Nicholl. "She was obviously the subject of a lot of press interest and intrusion from the paparazzi. William said we had a duty of care to her and her family and so we advised her on how to deal with the cameras. We told her to smile at the photographers so that there would be a better picture. She was given advice on how to manager the media, and we were there to support her if there was a crisis."

That crisis came when a German magazine called Das Neue learned the exact location of Kate's home in London and made the knowledge public. Will was understandably upset and, since the future King of England was often hanging out at that very house, even more security measures had to be instituted, this time in the form of panic buttons that would alert the local police immediately in an emergency.

The "horrifying need for a panic button" part of the royal love story never seems to make it into the rom-com versions.



Doris Day 'Died Peacefully' Surrounded by Her 'Loved Ones,'
- Says Manager

Doris Day was content in the last few months of her life before she died on Monday at the age of 97.

Her business manager and close friend Bob Bashara tells PEOPLE Day “was fine at her birthday party” which she celebrated in April.

“For her birthday event, she was in good spirits,” says Bashara. Shortly after, Day “developed a cough and it turned into bronchitis and she was briefly hospitalized,”  he says.

“When she came home, she began to decline and was given hospice care,” he says.

“[When she died] there were some very close friends and loved ones who were with her,” says Bashara. “She was surrounded by a few loved ones.”

Bashara adds Day “died peacefully” after a fulfilling life working on films and TV shows.

“She lived by her most famous song, ‘Que Sera, Sera.’ That was her belief. Whatever will be, will be, and there is a purpose for everything that happens and you need to get on with her life,” explains Bashara. “She always looked forward and looked for the good in whatever happened.”

As for her multitude of fans, Bashara says Day knew she was beloved.

“She still gets so much mail and it’s reinforced from fans. Often they tell her how one of her movies uplifted them at a time when things were difficult,” he says. “It brought her great joy to know her songs or films helped people in her lives. That was the important thing to her.”

Despite receiving heartfelt appreciation from her fans, Day was “embarrassed to talk about herself or to receive accolades because she loved working.”

“She did it because she loved it and she had a God-given talent,” says Bashara. “And she said, ‘God gave me a voice and all I did was use it.'”

Day died at 1 a.m. on Monday at her home in California. The Associated Press was first to report the news, which comes nearly two months after the actress celebrated her birthday and shared a recent photo with PEOPLE.

By the early ‘60s, Day was the No. 1 box office star on the planet. As the ’60s wound down, Day turned to TV, having been forced there by a contract signed by late husband Melcher without her knowledge. CBS’s 1968-73 The Doris Day Show never rose above the level of being a poor man’s Mary Tyler Moore Show, and Day herself was highly critical of it.

For Day, as she told PEOPLE in 2011, her greatest loss in life was the 2004 death (from melanoma) of her son, music producer Terry Melcher.

“I had him when I was [18], so we were like sister and brother,” said Day, who found his passing “really hard. But I keep him with me.”

The profile also pointed out that humor had always been Day’s secret weapon. “I love to laugh,” said the star who made so many others laugh and sing. “It’s the only way to live. Enjoy each day — it’s not coming back again!”

Iconic Hollywood actress and singer Doris Day dies aged 97

conic Hollywood actress and singer Doris Day dies aged 97

Legendary Hollywood actress Doris Day, who starred in films including Calamity Jane, has died aged 97.

The singer and actress was known for films such as Pillow Talk and the hit 1956 song Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be).

She died early on Monday surrounded by close friends at her Carmel Valley, California, home, the Doris Day Animal Foundation confirmed in a statement today.

She "had been in excellent physical health for her age, until recently contracting a serious case of pneumonia", it added.

The honey-voiced singer and actress was among the biggest female stars of all time after her dramas, musicals and romantic comedies made her a top star in the 1950s and 1960s.

Born Mary Ann Von Kappelhoff, on April 3, 1922 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Day began her professional singing career at age 15.

She went on to enjoy success in film, featuring in 39 films spanning genres during her three decades of work in the industry.

In recent years, she spent much of her time advocating for animal rights.

Day celebrated her 97th birthday on April 3, with nearly 300 fans gathering in Carmel to mark the occasion.

Born to a music teacher and a housewife, she had dreamed of a dance career, but at age 12, she suffered an accident: a car she was in was hit by a train and her leg was badly broken.

Listening to the radio while recuperating, she began singing along with Ella Fitzgerald, "trying to catch the subtle ways she shaded her voice, the casual yet clean way she sang the words".

Day began singing in a Cincinnati radio station, then a local nightclub, then in New York. A bandleader changed her name to Day, after the song Day after Day, to fit it on a marquee.

She had her first hit Sentimental Journey with Les Brown's band in 1945, when she was in her early 20s.

Her Hollywood career began after she sang at a Hollywood party in 1947.

After early stardom including a stint at Warner Bros, Day won the best notices of her career with Love Me or Leave Me, the story of songstress Ruth Etting and her gangster husband-manager. She initially baulked at it, but the 1955 film became a box-office and critical success.

Day followed with another impressive film, Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much, starring her and James Stewart as an innocent couple ensnared in an international assassination plot.

In the film, she sings her signature Que Sera, Sera just as the story reaches its climax and viewers are beside themselves with suspense.

The 1958 comedy Teacher's Pet paired her with an ageing Clark Gable as an idealistic college journalism teacher and her student, an old-school newspaper editor.

But Day found her greatest success in slick, stylish romantic comedies, beginning with her Oscar-nominated role in Pillow Talk.

She and Hudson were two New Yorkers who shared a telephone party line and initially hated each other.

She followed with The Thrill of It All, playing a housewife who gains fame as a TV pitchwoman to the chagrin of obstetrician husband James Garner.

Among other songs she made famous were Everybody Loves a Lover, Secret Love, and It's Magic, a song from Romance on the High Seas, her first film.

Her last film was With Six You Get Eggroll, a 1968 comedy about a widow and a widower and the problems they have when blending their families.

While Day was honoured with several awards including the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2004 and a Grammy for Lifetime Achievement in 2008, she never won an Oscar.

Her friends and supporters lobbied for years to get her an honorary Academy Award.

Although mostly retired from show business since the 1980s, she still had enough of a following that a 2011 collection of previously unreleased songs, My Heart, made the top 10 in the United Kingdom.

The same year, she received a lifetime achievement honour from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association.

Since the 1970s, Day focused her energies on the Doris Day Animal Foundation.

She fought against animal testing and advocated for spay/neuter education and outreach programmes in the United States.



Doris Day Dies at 97: See Rare, Unearthed Photos of Hollywood Star in the Prime of Her Career

Hollywood legend Doris Day has died at 97 — but her incredible legacy lives on forever.

In honor of the 70th anniversary of Day’s very first time onscreen — in the 1948 musical comedy Romance on the High Seas — Getty Images’ FOTO unearthed rare images in 2018 of the actress earlier in her career and in her private life.

Day, who was born in Cincinnati and resided in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California, at the time of her passing, had been retired since 1973. Single when she died, Day was married twice and raised one son, Terry Melcher, who was a successful music producer that was credited with shaping the California sound of the 1960s He was behind several of the Beach Boys’ greatest hits, and died in 2004 at age 62 from cancer.

Below, a look at a few of the rare images of the Pillow Talk star.
Doris at home with third husband Martin Melcher and her son Terry (splashing behind them) circa early 1950s. Melcher was also her manager and a producer on many of her movies; after his death in 1968 she discovered he’d mismanaged or embezzled almost $20 million from her. Her son Terry was the initial target of the Manson Family murders, which ended in the grisly killing of actress Sharon Tate.
This portrait of the girl-next-door was shot in 1949, a year after her film debut in Romance on the High Seas. (“She was honest, and her freckles made her look like the all-American girl,” Michael Curtiz, that film’s director, once said.)
This undated image shows Day with one of her beloved horses. She had long been an animal rights activist, and was the founder of the Doris Day Animal Foundation.
Doris playing ball at home with one of her French poodles, the year unknown.



Amal Clooney Just Wore a Crop Top on the Red Carpet
After wearing head-to-toe plaid like it was just second nature, Amal Clooney managed to make another major fashion move: wearing a crop top on the red carpet just as effortlessly as she wore that Prabal Gurung tartan matching set. Making an appearance alongside her husband, George, at an event celebrating the release of his new Hulu series, Catch-22, she wore a sparkling green crop top with a hyper-embellished skirt, proving that red carpets don't always call for floor-grazing gowns.

To make things clear, the event seemed pretty casual. George wore a suit with no tie at all, so it's not surprising to see Amal take a low-key approach to the event, too. She completed the super-spangly outfit with a sleek box clutch and futuristic metallic pumps. The combination of cool-girl top, the hit of lavender at the waist, and the allover embellishment made for a super-modern look, punctuated by her flashy heels.

It's just the latest in Amal's fashion tour de force. In addition to her plaid moment, she appeared on a very dressy red carpet wearing long, flowing fringe. That particular event was to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, so Amal appropriately showed everyone that her fashion choices are out of this world. We've always known that Amal knew her way around a special occasion outfit, but with her latest looks, she's proving that she definitely has the range.



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    And to those of you who feel the need to criticize: Hold your horses. It is not up to you to choose for me or to judge me. I don’t choose my man to satisfy any of you or the norms or boxes you have chosen in your mind for me to be in. I don’t thrive there, nor do I exist in your illusion about me. I choose from love. And that’s it. Shaman Durek is merely a man I love spending my time with and who fulfills me. So thank you for respecting my actions and my choice of partner. All I know at this moment is that we love each other and I am super happy. Have a wonderful, loving Sunday and Mother’s Day(for the USA).



Prince William and Kate Middleton Just Met Baby Archie for the First Time!

The royal couple met baby Archie on Tuesday, a little more than a week after his birth on May 6.

A palace rep confirmed to PEOPLE that the private gathering took place today, with William and Kate paying a visit to new parents Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at their Frogmore Cottage home. Earlier in the day, both Kate and Harry had royal engagements: Kate visited a secret WWII spy base in Bletchley Park, while Harry visited children in Oxford.

Prior to meeting his aunt and uncle, Archie, who is seventh in line to the throne, met his great-grandparents Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip.
The family moment, which also included Meghan’s mom, Doria Ragland,
was documented in a historic royal photo.

In addition to William and Kate’s visit, Prince Charles is also expected to meet his grandson for the first time on Thursday.

While on a three-day tour of Germany the day after Archie was born, the proud grandfather spoke about the newest royal addition.



Kate Middleton Says Prince Louis "Is Keeping Us on Our Toes"

During her visit to Bletchley Park yesterday, Kate Middleton revealed some endearing details about her youngest, one-year-old Prince Louis.

The little prince "is keeping us on our toes," Kate said, per the Daily Mail. She then shared a quick story about Louis's antics. "I turned around the other day and he was at the top of the slide-I had no idea," she said. Given that Louis is now a year old, it's likely that he walked all the way over himself.

Kate offered these comments during her visit to Bletchley Park, a WWII-era code-breaking facility where the likes of Alan Turing-and Kate's own grandmother-worked to decode messages between the Axis powers.

Kate said that her grandmother and her twin sister, who were both on staff at the Park, never felt comfortable speaking about their work. "My granny and her sister worked here," she told a group of primary school students. "It’s very cool. When she was alive sadly she could never talk about it. She was so sworn to secrecy that she never felt able to tell us."

Later that day, Kate was shown a pair of bricks at Bletchley Park inscribed with their names: Valerie Glassborow and Mary Glassborow.

She also tried her hand working the Enigma machine, a device used by the code-breakers to decipher messages. Kate spoke with the children about it, and relayed their feelings to a veteran of Bletchley. "I was just speaking to the children next door and they were saying this [codebreaking task] is really complicated," she said. "They have got a real appreciation of what you were doing."


Kate Middleton’s Polka-Dot Dress Is a Total Nod to Princess Diana (and a Repeat!)

No need to call the fashion police: We already know that the royal family has a habit of recycling outfits. It's one of the many reasons we love them so much. (Yes, it also makes us feel better about our chronic clothing repeats.)

So when Kate Middleton was recently photographed in a navy polka-dot dress that we knew we'd seen somewhere before, we cheered internally.

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After a few joint engagements with Prince William last week, Middleton stepped out solo to visit Bletchley Park's D-Day exhibit, which marks the 75th anniversary of the landings in Normandy.

The duchess wore a navy polka-dot shirtdress from Alessandra Rich, paired with dusty blue suede heels. With an exaggerated pointy collar, we recognized the dress almost immediately—Middleton last wore it in November 2018 for the royal family's newest portrait. This time, she accessorized her look with a subtle gold brooch and pearl earrings.

Not only is the dress a K.Middy repeat, but it also seems to be a nod to the late Princess Diana, who wore a similar design during a Kensington Palace meeting way back in 1985.

Admittedly, the dresses aren't identical: Diana's features a prominent pussy bow—so retro—and the silhouette of Middleton's is much more modern. But we love that the duchess is always sneaking in a sweet tribute to her MIL.

The Duchess of Cambridge isn't the only one to have worn this particular design. InStyle reports that everyone from Kelly Ripa, Sarah Jessica Parker and even Abigail Spencer (at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding, no less) has rocked the frock. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, no?



Body Language Expert Reveals Why Queen Elizabeth Rarely Smiles At Prince Philip

You won't get these details from the royal historian.


Body language can reveal many truths about relationships — but only if you know how to read it. In Celebrity Couples: Decoded, an expert interprets A-listers' interactions to shed light on their IRL dynamic.

Prince Philip, 96, and Queen Elizabeth II, 91, have a storied history: The third cousins (yep) met in 1939 when they were just 18 and 13 and began corresponding via snail mail five years later. In July 1947, they announced their engagement; they married that November. The following fall, they welcomed their son Prince Charles, and their daughter, Princess Anne, came along in August 1950 before Elizabeth took the crown from her late father in February 1952.

More recently, weeks after the royal couple celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary, the second season of The Crown, which depicts a fictional account of the royal couple's early years, stirred old rumors of Prince Philip's infidelity. Although there's no IRL evidence he cheated with the ballerina implicated by Crown writers, Philip may have had "full-blown affairs" with women who were "younger than him, usually beautiful and highly aristocratic," according to biographer Sarah Bradford, author of Queen Elizabeth II: Her Life in Our Times. The palace has denied it, as have several of the Prince's alleged mistresses, according to a 2004 investigative report published in The Telegraph. And look — their marriage has endured.

TBH, it's tough to get a read on what really goes on behind the palace gates — and it's not just because the couple's public appearances are carefully orchestrated. "They're not just royals who have to follow different rules regarding etiquette," says North Carolina-based body-language expert Blanca Cobb of the queen and her partner. "They're were raised in a different generation when the kind of PDA you see today might have been less socially acceptable."

With that in mind, Cobb examines the couple's interactions over the past seven decades:
Philip reaches out to his bride.

Then-Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip on their wedding day in 1947.
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"This isn't an intimate moment," Cobb says of this wedding photo, noting the couple's lack of eye contact and mismatched expressions: She displays a polite smile while he keeps a straight face.

Although it's tough to tell whether Philip is holding a petal in his bride's bouquet or her palm, touch is one way to maintain a connection, according to Cobb. Because the queen (then a princess) keeps her left elbow close to her body, rather than jutting it out to distance herself physically (and psychologically), it's clear she's welcoming the contact. "She's letting him in," Cobb says.
The newlyweds walk side-by-side.

Then-Princess Elizabeth and husband Prince Philip walk on their honeymoon in November 1947.
Royal Collection via Tim Graham Royal Photos/Getty Images

Gesturing as he speaks, Philip turns his head toward his wife to make sure he's got her ear, according to Cobb. Despite Elizabeth's serious face, she drops her left shoulder ever so slightly to angle her upper body toward her husband and looks him in the eye to show she's paying attention — a good sign, since you don't engage this way with people you don't care about, Cobb says.

Meanwhile, Philip plants a hand in his pocket, which could signal discomfort, according to Cobb, who acknowledges that he could simply be cold. After all, it's it's November in England, and context is key.

Meanwhile, Elizabeth clenches both hands, which could signal tension or — once again — chilly temperatures, according to Cobb. Either way, there's not necessarily a problem with their relationship, she says: The couple's proximity speaks to their emotional closeness, while their stride — both lead with the right foot, knees bent at almost identical angles — suggests they're on the same page in this moment. "They're not overly affectionate and more formal in their expression of love for each other," Cobb says.
The royal couple holds their kids.
In August 1951, Prince Philip and then-Princess Elizabeth hold their children, Prince Charles and Princess Anne.
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When you position a child between your body and your partner's, you create physical distance that could be rooted in a psychological desire for space, Cobb says. While Elizabeth could have held her daughter on the opposite hip, and gotten closer to her husband, she may have opted for the right hip to let the baby touch her father's face, says Cobb. While he's engaging with his child, which shows love, he doesn't interact with or appear to touch Elizabeth whatsoever. The same goes for the then-princess: "She's distracted," Cobb says, speaking to Elizabeth's far-off gaze — a sign the couple is disconnected from each other in this moment.
Philip stands behind his family.
Queen Elizabeth with Prince Philip and their children, Princess Anne and Prince Charles in Scotland in September 1952.
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See the way Philip stands a bit behind his wife? "Symbolically, it says, 'I support you, and I'm happy to give you the limelight,' " Cobb says, noting that reflects Elizabeth's recent status change to Queen. At the same time, standing erect separates Philip from his family members, all of whom all lean forward.

Still, both parents' expressions are similar, with cheek engagement in their smiles; neither is bursting with joy. "You don't have to be overly happy or angry to be in sync," Cobb says. "The expression gives you a sense of what's going on in the moment, but the mirroring shows they're emotionally on the same wavelength."
Elizabeth and Philip dance.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip at a ball during a royal visit to Malta in November 1967.
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Once again, context is king — or rather, queen — in this photo: Compared to other couples, who stand close to one another and actually smile, Elizabeth and Philip stand with space between them, sourpuss expressions, and zero eye contact. "They're totally disengaged — I get the impression something's off," Cobb says, although she stops short of determining whether they're over each other or simply bored with the event. Their grasp loosely suggests the former: "It's like she's using him as a hand rest — it's not intimate at all," Cobb says.

There is, however, a ray of romance: "Her left side is coming toward his right shoulder just a little, and angling toward someone suggests a desire to be with that person," she says. Still: "You can't assume they act this way at home. There's no way to extrapolate public behavior to private lives when we're talking about royals."
The couple leans on a fence.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip in Scotland in January 1972.
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Although their expressions aren't overly content, with smiles to be seen, both Philip and Elizabeth lean on the fence with their right arms — a sign they're emotionally synchronized, according to Cobb. From the way Philip sticks out his elbow, effectively taking up more space in what Cobb refers to as alpha positioning, you can tell he's feeling confident. Elizabeth, meanwhile, appears to have her hand right in her pocket, a beta, more submissive move that contrasts with her role as Queen, Cobb says. As is the case in previous photos, Philip stands behind Elizabeth in a show of support. "It sends the message, 'I got you, you can count on me,' " Cobb says.
Philip mansplains to the Queen.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip attend a horse show in May 1982.
Photo by Tim Graham/Getty Images

Here, Elizabeth occupies Philip's personal space — a sign of comfort — except this time, she props the alpha elbow. Turning toward Philip with her head tilted shows she's listening. "They've been married 40 years, and she's still paying attention to what her husband has to say," Cobb says, adding that Elizabeth's expression is stoic rather than tense. "She may not be agreeing with him," Cobb guesses.
Elizabeth gets a kiss.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip kiss on New Year’s Eve in December 1999.
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"A cheek kiss is a sign of affection — not intimacy — or just a formality," Cobb says, noting this may be why the Queen kept her eyes open. Generally reserved expressing emotion, the Queen receives the kiss without reciprocating, although she does extend the corners of her lip upward just a bit to suggest she welcomes her husband's gesture, according to Cobb. Of course Philip's face isn't shown, but Cobb says initiating physical contact by leaning forward is sweet, since you move toward people you enjoy.
The royal couple walks side-by-side.
Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip walk without shoes (a sign of respect) in India in October 1997.
Tim Graham/Getty Images

Ever stoic, both Elizabeth and Philip wear the same expression yet again. "Whether by training, or because it's part of who they are, neither is outwardly expressive," Cobb says. "I'd venture to guess that after all these years, it's a combination of the two."

Nonetheless, they walk in the same plane with legs and feet mirroring one another — and look: Philip drops his right shoulder toward his wife. "Your body subtly finds ways to get closer to your partner to express how you feel," Cobb says.
Philip extends a hand to Elizabeth.
Prince Philip helps Queen Elizabeth in May 2003.
Tim Graham/Getty Images

"The meaning of body language changes a little as you get older," Cobb says, pointing out the way Philip reaches for his wife to offer assistance. "Being chivalrous is part of who he is, but the interaction also speaks to their relationship." See how the Queen appears to resist Philip's help, opting to lean on the door handle instead? Looking straight ahead, she doesn't even acknowledge her husband's offer to help. "She's very independent," Cobb says. "They both could be distracted by their fans, or perhaps she doesn't want his help, since people in a position of power usually don't want to show signs of weakness."
Philip escorts Elizabeth.
Queen Elizabethand Prince Philip leave a ceremony in London in March 2015.
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Here, Elizabeth takes Philips hand as a physical support. "He wants to make sure she's OK physically and emotionally, but she's not looking at him or showing any affection," Cobb says, noting the way they hold hands with the tips of their fingers, rather than palm-to-palm, which maximizes physical contact. Cobb wagers that the Queen has grown so used to Philip's aid that she expects rather than appreciates it. "She doesn’t give him much attention, but again, it's a different generation and they may be following and different rules as royalty."

The Bottom Line:

"Philip lets Elizabeth know how he feels by looking at her and being present physically to support and guide her, but they're generally reserved in the way they show affection," Cobb says. "She doesn’t give him much attention, but I do think they have a deep affection for one another. That's probably as scandalous as it gets, but I would be interested to see what goes on when the cameras are off and they can be themselves without formality."



Queen Elizabeth II paying Tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales, after her death

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Britain's Prince Harry, queen attend Windsor Castle royal wedding

WINDSOR, England (Reuters) - New father Britain's Prince Harry returned on Saturday to the Windsor Castle chapel where he married Meghan Markle a year ago this weekend, attending the wedding of relative Lady Gabriella Windsor.

Queen Elizabeth's first cousin once removed, Gabriella, a 38-year-old freelance writer and daughter of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, tied the knot with financier Thomas Kingston, 40, at the castle's 15th Century St George's Chapel.

The wedding, attended by the monarch, 93, and her 97-year-old husband Prince Philip, marks the third royal nuptials in a year at Windsor Castle.

In a televised ceremony watched by millions around the world, Harry, the queen's grandson, wed U.S. actress Meghan Markle there on May 19, 2018. His cousin Princess Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank in the chapel in October.

Following the May 6 birth of Harry and Meghan's son Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor, Gabriella is 52nd in line to the throne. Her father is Queen Elizabeth's cousin.

The marriage ceremony was conducted by the Dean of Windsor, David Conner and other attendees included the queen's sons Prince Andrew and Prince Edward and daughter Princess Anne.

Gabriella wore a lace embroidered dress by designer Luisa Beccaria.

(Reporting by James Davey in London; Editing by Marie-Louise Gumuchian)

Queen Elizabeth Looked Elegant in Bright Pink at Lady Gabriella Windsor's Wedding

For the wedding of her first cousin once removed, Lady Gabriella Windsor, held today in St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle, Queen Elizabeth chose a floral dress and a bright, coral-pink coat and matching flowered hat. The Queen was accompanied by Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, who makes rare public appearances these days.

Though the relationship might sound distant for some families, the Queen has been close with Lady Gabriella (known as Ella) and her family throughout the years. Ella's father, Prince Michael of Kent, is the Queen's first cousin, and lives in an apartment at Kensington Palace with his wife, Princess Michael of Kent; it is where their children Lord Frederick and Lady Gabriella grew up. (The Queen paid the rent on that apartment until 2010, when, after significant controversy, the Kents agreed to pay their own rent on the £120,000 per year space.)

Aside from their family ties, Ella also has a unique connection with the Queen-the two share a birthday, April 23.

Though the Kents and their children are not working royals, they do sometimes appear at royal events like Trooping the Colour and occasionally perform public duties representing the Queen. While she did not, reportedly, attend the wedding of Ella's brother, Lord Frederick, in 2009 the Queen confirmed that she would be in attendance for Lady Gabriella's in early May.

The event marks the second year in a row that Her Majesty has attended a royal wedding at St. George's Chapel in May-on May 19, 2018, she witnessed the marriage of her grandson, Prince Harry to Meghan Markle in the same venue.
As was the case at Harry and Meghan's wedding, as well as Princess Eugenie's marriage to Jack Brooksbank in October, the Queen chose a colorful ensemble; a look that has over the years become something of a signature for Her Majesty. The bold shade choices aren't simply a matter of the Queen's personal taste, though. In the documentary The Queen at 90, Sophie, Countess of Wessex explained her mother-in-law's penchant for rainbow hues, saying "She needs to stand out for people to be able to say 'I saw the Queen.'"


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