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Prince Harry has been likened to a “sulky teenager” after trailers for two upcoming tell-all interviews went viral online.
The Duke of Sussex has given two interviews – one to US-based talk show 60 Minutes, and the other to the UK's ITV.
And it is the latter which has been ridiculed by experts.
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Filmed in the heart of California where Harry lives with his growing family, Harry: The Interview, sees the youngest prince delve into unprecedented detail on life growing up and stepping away from the Royal Family.
Speaking to ITV News at Ten presenter Tom Bradby – who Harry has known personally for more than 20 years – the prince shares his personal story in his own words.
The 90-minute special is set to be broadcast just two days before the launch of his autobiography Spare hits the shelves on 10 January.
The in-depth interview is set to explore a range of subjects including his personal relationships, never-before-heard details surrounding the death of his mother, Diana, and a look ahead at his future after leaving the Royal Family with his wife Meghan Markle.
In the 20-second preview clip, Harry told the ITV newsreader: “it never needed to be this way, the leaking and the planting, I want a family – not an institution.”
“They feel that it’s somehow better to keep us as the villains. They’ve shown no willingness to reconcile.
“I would like to get my father back. I would like to have my brother back,” he added.
And it is the latter quote which has been analysed by body language expert Judi James.
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Speaking to The Sun, she claimed that he was trying to “reassure” himself with subtle body movements.
She said: “When he talks about being made ‘the villain’ his brows raise in an expression of indignant innocence.
“He says there is ‘no willingness to reconcile’ with a dismissive left shoulder shrug, some staccato blinks and head shakes, as though he’s given up trying.
“His hands do perform a ritual that suggests a desire to self-calm and self-reassure though as he rubs his thumbs together and crosses them.”
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And when talking about getting his father and brother back, she said: “(He said the words) with challenge and some hint of anger rather than sadness and regret”.
“His chin raises then drops with his expression landing in something resembling a sulk.
“This does not look like a throwing out of the arms in a gesture of reconciliation, rather a determination for things to be done on his own terms.”
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