Elaine Swann told Us Weekly that Prince Harry was "doing his best" to mend his relationship with the Duke of Cambridge. Ms Swann added that Prince
Elaine Swann told Us Weekly that Prince Harry was “doing his best” to mend his relationship with the Duke of Cambridge. Ms Swann added that Prince William demonstrated open body language when speaking to his younger brother which reflected his openess to resolve the dispute.
The etiquette expert was asked: “Did you notice that one of them made the first move or one was a little warmer than the other?
“Did you see anything like that?”
Ms Swann replied: “It looked to me as though Harry being the younger brother and I think this is what happens with younger siblings when they know that they have offended or maybe upset their older sibling then you’re gonna do what you can to kind of make it right.
“And that’s what I saw as a parent, you recognise two siblings trying to pull it together.
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“So I think Harry was doing his best to say ‘hey you know bro we’re still here, I am still here, still love you.’
“And I believe William did his best to open his body language toward his brother.
“You have to look at the fact that he turned toward him and so in that opening [he said] ‘come on in let’s talk’.
“He did not walk side by side but he actually turned toward his brother and I think that was very hopeful for these two young men.”
“My goodness, they have been so rude about her but she rose above it with enormous dignity.
“Her body language was friendly, natural, relaxed.
“Then Prince William, her husband, joined them and she quite remarkably stepped down onto the curb leaving the two brothers on the pavement.
“She gradually stepped back and talked to Sophie, Countess of Wessex.”