Prince Harry and Meghan Markle ‘ramp up drama’ for Netflix crew, expert claims

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have "ramped up the drama" for the Netflix camera crew filming them, according to a body language expert.

Harry and Meghan smiled as they met injured military veterans and rode on mini Land Rovers on the first day of the Invictus Games in The Netherlands today – marking their first visit to Europe since they left for California during 'Megxit'.

Speaking to MailOnline, body language expert Judi James said: "As any reality star knows, it’s impossible to be followed closely by a camera crew without being aware of your body language responses and maybe ramping up the drama consciously or subconsciously as you internally analyse how each scene is going to look in the final production.

"Emotions need to be visible and clearly translatable as you record your performance, which can often lead to over-played or overkill rituals.

"Meghan looks pitch-perfect for her body language messaging here though, showing congruent excitement, delight and enthusiasm as she responds to the sports she is watching.

"She and Harry have one powerful moment of mirrored responses when they are watching the driving and both go open-mouthed with shock, with both mouths rounded into an identical ‘oh’ of surprise that captures one special experience.

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"Even their mirrored shades define the shot to perfection as we can see what they are watching at the same time as we see their responses."

James said Meghan's 'royal' pose for the official US delegation photos highlights the induction training she did with the Queen.

The Invictus Games is the brainchild of Prince Harry and was first set up in 2013 for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women from across the globe to take part in an array of sporting challenges and events.

The first Invictus Games was held in London in 2014, followed by Orlando in 2016, Toronto in 2017 and Sydney in 2018. The 2023 games will be held in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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Before the Duke and Duchess headed to Holland for the games, they reportedly visited the Queen at Windsor Castle, much to the surprise of local residents who spotted them.

The pair secretly flew into the UK for a face-to-face meeting with Her Majesty on Thursday. It marked the first time Meghan has set foot in the UK for two years, since the couple quit their roles as working Royals and moved across the pond to California.

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