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Kate Middleton Didn’t Want To Upstate King Charles At Trooping The Color

Kate Middleton Didn’t Want To Upstate King Charles At Trooping The ColorIt was his birthday celebration, and she certainly knew it. There’s a new report that suggests Kate Middleton didn’t want to upstage King Charles at Trooping the Colors, even though it was  the first time in months that she had made a public appearance since her cancer diagnosis.

Royal Family News – Kate Middleton Didn’t Want To Upstate King Charles At Trooping The Color

Apparently, the Princess of Wales tried a new tactic to make sure that the spotlight would remain on her father-in-law, rather than on herself. And it worked to a certain extent though.

At least, that’s what body language expert Judi James says. In a new interview with The Sun, she says that Kate Middleton’s movements did all of the talking for her.

As many royal fans probably already know, this was Kate Middleton’s first official event since December.

The royal had underone abdominal surgery back in January and has mostly stayed out of public view.

However, Kate Middleton did announce her cancer diagnosis back in March just because there was so much speculation about her health and her whereabouts at the time.

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She put it this way, “She made it clear in her written message that this is a step towards a return, not the start of it but even from the glimpses of her in the carriage her upright back and her signature smile showed a desire to show resilience and poise.”

“There was a hint of discretion or maybe a desire to not upstage in the way Kate’s hat brim was tilted to partially hide her face in the carriage but there were some turning to smile and some smiling conversations with her three children.”

The expert continued, “Her wave to the crown involved closed rather than spread fingers and it was a quick, subtle movement of acknowledgement, again suggesting a desire to avoid stealing the attention on the celebration of the King’s birthday.”

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