Kate Middleton first burst onto the scene in 2005 when her relationship with Prince William was first made public. Meghan Markle was a much later addition to the family after Prince Harry confirmed their relationship in 2016.
Body Language expert Darren Staton identified differences in the two’s confidence in their early days of the Royal Family.
Speaking to Express.co.uk on behalf of Slingo he said “it was clear” that Meghan did her “utmost to fit in” while Kate Middleton took a little longer to settle in.
Mr Stanton, who has been dubbed “TV’s Human Lie Detector” said: “Naturally, because of her background as an actress, Meghan didn’t appear to have any confidence issues when it came to communicating with other royals or stepping out publicly and engaging with the media.
“It’s fair to say that Kate was far more nervous around other members of the royal family in the early stages of her relationship with William than Meghan was when she first began dating Harry.
“Kate has had to settle into her role in the royal family over a much more gradual process.”
Since Meghan and Harry decided to step down as senior royals, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have stepped up to support the Queen, who has been forced to cancel public appearances lately over health fears.
Mr Stanton noted that while the Duchess of Cambridge was not the most self-assured, she is now “super confident”.
He said: “Although she now appears super confident both with and without William by her side while…