Friday, 6 Dec 2019

Did Prince Harry tell Meghan to 'turn around' on Buckingham Palace balcony?

Prince Harry told wife Meghan to ‘turn around’ during Trooping the Colour, a lip reading expert has said.

The Duke of Sussex was spotted saying something to the Duchess while they stood on the Buckingham Palace balcony with the rest of the Royal Family.

Shortly before, Meghan had turned and faced her husband to seemingly ask him a question.

She then turned her head again, causing Harry to say something to her while raising his eyebrows in the direction of The Queen and his father Prince Charles.

Meghan then shifted to face the front of the balcony just as the National Anthem started to play.

Lip reading expert Jacqui Press told the MailOnline she thinks Harry instructed the Duchess: ‘Turn around – look’.

The Royal Family traditionally face forwards while the anthem is played.

Trooping the Colour was Meghan’s first royal engagement since giving birth to baby Archie Harrison on May 6.

The Duchess is still technically on maternity leave, but royal sources indicated she wanted to attend due to the family nature of the day.

During the event, she was spotted catching up with the Duchess of Cambridge as the pair travelled to Buckingham Palace together, along with the Duchess of Cornwall and Harry.

She has spent the last few weeks at home in Frogmore Cottage, getting to know her newborn son.

Several social media users picked up on Harry and Meghan’s balcony exchange, with some describing the atmosphere as ‘frosty’.

One person commented: ‘[Harry] told her to either turn around or face the front approx 3 times.’

Another person added: ‘I feel bad for her here – she really looks like she is blinking back tears for some reason.’

While a third joked: ‘Oh yes, I know that look. It’s the look of “we will talk about that later tonight!”’

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