This was obvious as the statue was unveiled and Prince Harry showed “emotion”.
“As they stood there and the cloth came off the statue and they both gazed up at their mother’s face, Harry put his hands on his hips,” Judi said.
“I think that was something where he was perhaps trying to keep his composure.
“That must have been a very difficult, very emotional moment.”
Judi commented that the brothers turned to each other for comfort which could have shown their strong bond.
She said: “But he turned round and looked at William and, for me, that gaze did imply a moment of reconciliation.
“It was kind of ‘this is our mother and remember how things used to be’.
“That was the most poignant pose for me.”
She added Prince Harry showed signs of “self-comforting” but there was little tension between the brothers.
“Harry, rather touchingly, did show what’s called a self-comfort gesture,” Judi continued.
“He was playing with his wedding ring and obviously that’s where he [gets] comfort remembering his family back in America.
“It wasn’t anything too extreme and their all over posture actually did look quite relaxed.
“It didn’t appear to be [the] tension that you might expect to get.”
Author: Sarra Gray
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