At the weekend Theresa May uploaded a video of herself talking about Brexit and the current predicament the country is in.
Sitting on a couch in Chequers, she outlined her plans for a compromise between Labour and the Conservatives to try and bring about a Brexit with a deal.
Judi James, body language expert, told Yahoo News UK: “This is a complete contrast from her previous speech to the country when she was pointing, stabbing her fingers and wearing the huge metallic necklace.
“In this one she is really going for empathy; she is sitting down, almost being dwarfed by the sofa, trying to reach out to the public.
“The way she speaks is quasi-maternal, she is trying to look placating but at the same time she ends with a tone of ‘oh don’t you worry your pretty little heads, here have a biscuit.’
“Also as a change from the previous speech with accusatory finger points, she keeps her hands close and opens her palms out, as if beckoning us in and bringing us into her problems.
“She often tilts her head to the right and makes it look like it’s a two way chat, as if she understands and is listening to us, something that Tony Blair used to do as well.
“The thing is she has never been natural, it looks to me it looks as though her spin doctors got their hands all over it.
“They saw that the last one didn’t work so well and it’s a wonder they didn’t put her in the driver’s seat of a black cab.”
The PM will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron today in last-ditch Brexit diplomacy talks.
She will then attend a summit with the other EU leaders in Brussels tomorrow, which will decide on a further extension to the Article 50 negotiation period.