‘MODERN’ Meghan Markle is channelling Princess Diana in how she greets her fans – whereas Kate Middleton keeps it formal like her husband, say experts. The Duchess of Sussex, 38, ended her maternity leave yesterday with the launch of her new clothing line for charity Smart Works. The new mum, who gave birth to Archie on May 6, was seen embracing punters at the launch event, despite it contradicting traditional royal protocol. Grant Harrold, the former butler to Prince Charles, told MailOnline that Meghan’s down-to-earth body language is “showing that the British royal family is a modern 21st-century family.” He added that the former Suits actress is “carrying on Diana’s tradition” by getting up close and personal to the public. Meghan’s forward behaviour is at odds with Kate Middleton, 37, who follows a more traditional approach.Body language Judi James said: “As a future Queen Kate has always followed royal etiquette to the letter and this would include using the handshake as the norm.” She advised that Kate prefers to mimic the behaviour of her husband, Prince William, 37, who inherited traits from his father as a future king. Judi explained: “Kate and William have always used very mirrored body language… Read full this story
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