Prince Harry 'isolated' in UK as he 'fiddles' with wedding ring and 'misses Meghan'

A body language expert has shed light on Prince Harry's sense of "isolation" following the revelation that he will not be meeting with his father, King Charles, during his visit to London this week, and possibly not his brother, Prince William either.

The Duke of Sussex is anticipated to spend two or three days in the UK, attending a service at St Paul's Cathedral today to mark the tenth anniversary of the Invictus Games.

On Tuesday, after his flight from Los Angeles landed, Harry attended the Invictus Games Foundation Conversation summit, the Express reports.

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, the Patron of the Rugby Football League hosts the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draws for the men's, women's and wheelchair tournaments at Buckingham Palace on January 16, 2020 in London, England.
Prince Harry is said to be feeling 'isolated' in London without Meghan by his side after the King 'snubbed' him -Credit:Chris Jackson/Getty Images

However, Judi James told The Mirror that his body language suggested he was not entirely content and might be missing his wife Meghan Markle, who decided not to join him.

Harry and Charles attend Royal Ascot
Prince Harry and the King will not meet up this week while the duke is back in London -Credit:Getty

She observed: "This is a confident, splayed-leg, knee-bent walk from Harry who, with his chin raised and an eye-smile that suggests some delight at all the royal-looking fuss here, appears more than happy to enjoy a reception that involves some sort of a military parade for him to inspect as well as a warm, bicep-grabbing man hug reception from his hosts."

She added: "His emotional leakage signals, though, suggest where his thoughts might lie here though and even hint that the jauntiness is prompted by bravado.

"As he brings his hands up in a barrier ritual, he is fiddling with his wedding ring with not one but two fingers.

"This is a self-comfort gesture that would suggest feelings of isolation and a desire for a back-up team from home."

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