Kate ‘strokes Prince William’s ego’ by paying ‘intense interest’ during Glasgow outing

Kate Middleton and William: Expert on climate-friendly appearance

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Kate Middleton and Prince William were spotted together in Glasgow, Scotland earlier today. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were visiting Alexandra Park Sports Hub to meet with Scouts  from across the area and learn more about the Scouts #PromiseToThePlanet campaign. Express.co.uk spoke to body language expert Judi James about the royal couple. 

Arriving for the Cop26 conference in Scotland, the royal couple appeared in high spirits at their first engagement. 

During the outing, Kate and Will took part in ‘wild flower bombing’, where they joined children in throwing soil packed with seeds onto a grassy bank to rewild it. 

They also learned how millions of Scouts across the globe have been campaigning and raising awareness of the consequences of climate change and encouraging individual as well as collective action to address it. 

Speaking about their appearance, Judi said: “As William’s father Charles takes on a global audience for his COP 26 speech, William looks perfectly happy, at ease and engaged visiting the Alexander Park sports hub with wife Kate.

“This couple’s mirroring techniques never seem to diminish, showing that even now their profiles are also peaking as individual members of the royal Firm, their sense of being a team of two at events as well is a profoundly important part of their working lives.

“Not only do they ‘twin’ up with their body language rituals here, they also show their important talent for gently flattering one another and ego-stroking. 

“When William talks we can see Kate regarding him with a look that suggests he is both interesting and adorable and these signals of intense interest, that the pair do happily take it in turns to share, will act as the perfect confidence and morale-booster as they take on their royal duties,” she added. 

Kate and William have been married for 10 years now. 

Since the Queen was unable to attend Cop26, several members of the Royal Family have stepped up to appear in her presence. 

The climate conference in Glasgow will see Prince of Wales, Duchess of Cornwall and Kate ad William carry out several engagements from November 1 to 5. 

Prince Charles is a long-standing environmental campaigner and has been joined in recent years by his son William, who has established the Earthshot Prize – an award recognising innovations that “repair” the planet.

Prior to that, Prince William made headlines when he appeared to criticise billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk for pursuing space tourism. 

“We need some of the world’s greatest brains and minds fixed on trying to repair this planet, not trying to find the next place to go and live,” he said in an interview with the BBC.

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