I'm a body language expert – 'haunted' Prince Andrew 'singled out as lone wolf & excluded' from royals on Christmas walk | The SunDecember 25, 2022
A "HAUNTED" Prince Andrew was excluded from the Royal Family during Christmas morning festivities, a body language expert claims.
The Duke of York, 62, was this morning spotted making his way into St Mary Magdalene Church, as part of The Firm's traditional Christmas walk.
He attended despite being kicked out of Buckingham Palace by brother Charles, as revealed by The Sun.
It followed his links to the Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal.
And while the duke was walking alongside other members of the Royal Family, body language expert Judi James says he was very much "excluded".
Judi explained that Andrew looked like the "lone wolf" and his expressions were almost polar opposite to the rest of the family.
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The expert said: "While all the royals used powerful body language tie-sign signals to show closeness, fondness and nurturing, Andrew was very much singled out as the lone wolf of the pack on the way into the church."
Judi said this came across as Andrew walked separately to other members of the firm, "with his hands stuffed in his pockets and a rather haunted facial expression".
Comparing the 62-year-old to other royals, Judi said Prince William and Princess Kate were "in total synch".
She added: "[They were] All keeping a caring and watchful eye on each other (and Louis), with William using pointing gestures and truncated back-touches to make introductions as they met with the clergyman.
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"Even Andrew’s daughters arrived looking animated, turning to smile and keep an eye on each other, with Eddo looking especially like the one rounding them all up.
"Even Anne’s husband Tim was seen in relaxed and jolly mode, taking his coat off and grinning before he walked in."
She continued: "But for Andrew it looked like a virtual exclusion from the group.
"He kept his head up as he stepped inside the church but he still cut an isolated figure during this arrival."
The Christmas walk was only the first of many festive traditions for the Royal Family.
The group are said to have more intimate gatherings, food, and games, prepared this afternoon, according to experts.
They will also all sit together and watch the King's inaugural Christmas speech.
Earlier today, Prince William and Princess Kate shared an adorable Christmas painting by Prince George.
The proud parents took to social media to share the talented nine-year-old's work this morning.
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