Kates ‘hidden message’ in birthday pics shows devotion to royals, says expert

Kate Middleton is displaying a “hidden message” in her birthday photos which display her devotion to the royals and her role, a body language expert has claimed.

On Sunday, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge shared three portraits of Kate in honour of her 40th birthday.

Kate wears a different Alexander McQueen gown in each picture and poses uniquely as well.

In one image she wears a white dress while looking into the distance, in another a white ruffled dress while smiling into the camera while in the third she wears a vibrant red dress and smiles with her hands in her pockets.

Body language expert Jesus Enrique Rosas pointed out how each portrait is “unique”, but that there’s also a collective meaning.

Rosas said there are two messages in the images – one, “that Catherine is a woman of many angles and dimensions” and two, that there’s a “balance” that’s seen in the three different poses.

In the profile pose, Kate faces left, which Rosas argued, “depicts Catherine’s intention of remaining loyal to traditions.”

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Rosas noted that Kate’s red dress photo is significant because it’s “the most powerful colour… It is vitality, it is energy, it is drive.”

Given the colour’s prominence in the photo, the expert noted that: “In this case, is used as a statement of power.”

Rosas said that Kate facing to the right “represents movement, advance, progression. She’s going forward.”

He added: “She’s depicting her mission as ambassador of the Royal Family in modern times.”

Kate’s “concealed” hand in the pocket is her way of “sending a message to be more than willing to subvert your expectations of what a senior royal can achieve,” he explained.

Overall, Rosas said the collection of photos taken together shows balance, “to give the message of a multi-dimensional woman that knows her responsibility of connecting the classic with the modern.”

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