Prince William’s body language has undergone a noticeable shift, according to an expert, as he and the Royal Family navigate the ongoing tensions surrounding Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. During a recent royal engagement in Manchester, the Prince of Wales appeared relaxed and “comfortable,” despite the explosive allegations made in Omid Scobie’s new book, “Endgame,” which was serialized last week. This change in demeanor suggests a determination to maintain composure and focus on his duties, even amidst the highly publicized family drama.

William’s visit to the project addressing youth violence occurred amidst reports that royal courtiers were angered by the claims made about William in the new royal book. According to Scobie, who is considered the unofficial biographer of the Sussexes, the future King allegedly ignored Harry’s calls as the duke frantically attempted to reach the late Queen’s bedside before her passing.

The Express reports that he also claims William is convinced his younger brother has been influenced by an “army of therapists” in the US. According to body language analyst Judi James, speaking to the Mirror, if Prince William’s body language signals contain any responses to the latest attempts to criticize the royals through barbed quotes in Scobie’s book, it’s more like a hint of mild exasperation rather than appearing genuinely rattled.

The ongoing situation with the Firm seems to be taking a toll, with repeated attempts falling short of their intended targets. However, the cumulative impact of these persistent efforts is likely causing fatigue and exhaustion.

Despite this challenging scenario, or perhaps driven by it, William appears even more resolute than ever to dedicate himself wholeheartedly to his causes and to forge deep connections with the individuals he encounters along the way.