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Harry, Meghan’s polo kiss — what it means, according to an expert

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Get a room, you two.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s kiss at a charity polo match in Miami on Friday was a real public display of affection, an expert says.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex appeared at the event for Sentebale, founded by Harry, 39, in 2006. The foundation works with young people and children affected by HIV in Botswana and Lesotho.

According to body language expert Judi James, the couple’s kiss proved that the two had no problem flaunting their love in front of onlookers.

James told the Mirror that the kiss was reminiscent of one the Sussexes shared in 2018 at another event, and indicated how in sync the lovebirds were.

The polo match was a fundraising party for Harry’s Sentebale charity. ZUMAPRESS.com

“In 2018, Harry, looking all excited and full of passion after hammering on the polo field, planted a very sexy kiss on Meghan’s lips, giving her a ‘get a room!’ quality,” James said.

“His expression was serious and he looked lost in the moment as he turned his head but kept his torso facing forward.”

“Meghan tilted her head back in the same submissive gesture that (Princess) Diana used when she kissed (King) Charles on their wedding day. The polo trophy didn’t seem relevant and they almost had to be reminded that it was supposed to be handed out,” she continued.

However, the most recent kiss “shows that the love is still there, but it’s a much sweeter and fun PDA.”

The way their hands rested on the trophy this time as they canoodled suggested that the “Suits” star, 42, and Harry had “higher levels of sociability than they showed when ‘they seemed lost in 2018’.

The couple looked calm, cool and collected at the Miami event on Friday. ZUMAPRESS.com

“It’s Harry craning his neck here and Meghan’s heels allow him to kiss from a more even angle. The body language is reflected more here, illustrating the levels of like-minded synchronicity that have developed over the years.

For the polo match, Markle wore a sleeveless white dress and beige heels, while Harry wore a cool blue button-up suit and no tie.

Despite the fiery kiss and gorgeous ensemble, James claimed the former actress looked less confident than the Invictus Games founder at the party.

“The couple are here like movie stars, holding hands as they pose and smile for the cameras…Meghan (wears) huge sunglasses and wide smiles, while her puffy chest and Harry’s confident walk suggests he is in his absolute element,” she told the Express Friday.

According to body language expert Judi James, the couple’s kiss sparked major PDA. REUTERS

“Meghan looks slightly less confident when she’s in the paddock with him before the match starts, where her crossed arms make her look a little less confident.”

The couple had moved away from the rest of the royal family in 2020 and moved to Montecito, California.

They have since grown their brand, with the upcoming launch of their lifestyle company American Riviera Orchard, as well as the creation of their Archewell Productions banner.

The duo also landed a lucrative deal with Netflix worth $100 million and will launch two new TV series on the streamer in the coming months.




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