New sign of Putin illness found by body language expert as eyes ‘look reddened’

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Fears for Russian President Vladimir Putin's ever-failing health are increasing after he was spotted with “deep grooves” around his eyes.

Recent footage of a video call with Putin and Alexey Tsydenov, the Head of the Republic of Buryatia, a Russian republic in Siberia, released by the Kremlin has sparked controversy as it also shows him with “reddened eyes”.

Theories about his health have raged since the invasion of Ukraine began in March, with many claiming he has either cancer or Parkinson's.

But now body language expert Judi James has thrown her opinion into the mix.

She told The Mirror: “We can see a lowered chin hinting at lowered energy.

“His eye area looks reddened and there is a lack of energy in his eye expression.

"If you crop down to the eye area alone we seem to see a man looking tired and lacking in energy or enthusiasm.

“His brows sag to the outer sides, they are also held puckered in the middle in a gesture of concern or worry that creates four or five deep grooves in the skin of his forehead.”

She also claimed that his apparent “sense of urgency” when talking “could suggest someone or some point that should not be argued with".

She added: “With the notes apparently upside-down initially, he corrects this but begins to touch other sheets of paper, ending by straightening the paperwork in a correcting, straightening ritual that could suggests some levels of inner anxiety.”

The meeting between the pair talked about what Putin calls the “special military operation”, with Tsydenov claiming he was happy that “his guys” were honourably fulfilling their duty” by assisting Russia in battle.

Earlier this week, a Russian intelligence source has claimed that Putin has just three years to live.

The FSB office has claimed that Putin has a “severe form of rapidly progressing cancer”. The unnamed spy also told that Putin is beginning to go blind.

He said: “He has no more than two to three years to stay alive.

“We are told he is suffering from headaches and when he appears on TV he needs pieces of paper with everything written in huge letters to read what he’s going to say.

“They are so big each page can only hold a couple of sentences. His eyesight is seriously worsening.”

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