The expert suggested Kate could use “self-diminishing” poses when meeting with members of the public.
She told Express.co.uk: “Kate uses an interesting ‘tell’ when she crosses her legs at the ankle.
“This is a self-diminishing gesture that creates both a look and feelings of vulnerability or humility.”
By doing this, Judi claimed Kate could try to connect with those she is meeting by appearing “less royal”.
“It can be a sign of some anxiety at being the centre of attention,” the expert added.
“However, Kate might also be using it deliberately to lower her own status signals and look less royal and more accessible and down-to-earth.”
Having been part of the Royal Family for nearly 10 years, Kate is well versed in speaking with various members of the public.
While social interactions have been different during the pandemic, the royal has still managed to put those she has spoken to at ease.
This year, the Duchess of Cambridge has made virtual appearances both by herself and with Prince William.
When the royal couple have been seen together, the expert suggested they work well as a double act.
She concluded: “Like all good double acts, William and Kate tend to work using subliminal mirroring that emerges in pitch-perfect choreography, taking it in turns to speak and listen to both their audience and one another.
“Kate can often appear to lead when she is with her husband but he can be the one adding the jokes and the humour in between the more serious signals of concern, while Kate responds with supportive smiles and laughter.”
Kate will often make appearances both with Prince William and by herself.
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The royal line of succession – who outranks who?
The line of succession to the British throne dictates the order in which each member of the Royal Family would ascend to the throne.
It is also seen as a ranking of importance with the head of the line, the Queen, taking the place of ruler.
Older children come before younger children. Traditionally boys came before girls, but this law was changed on 26 March 2015 before the birth of Prince William’s first child.
Incredibly, Catholics are still excluded from the line of succession, as are children born outside of wedlock.
The royals, who usually stick to a strict protocol when appearing in public, often arrive at events in ascending order of importance, with the most important royal arriving last.
Prince Charles, 72, is currently first-in-line to the British throne, followed by Prince William, 38, his oldest son.
Then comes Prince William’s children, George, seven, Charlotte, five, and Louis, two, and they are followed by Prince Harry, 36. Prince Harry is succeeded by his son Archie Harrison, born in May 2019.
— to www.express.co.uk