A body language expert said Prince Harry looks "angry" while Meghan Markle lacks confidence in the pair's Netflix trailer.
Adrianne Carter of the Face Whisperer decoded the couple's behaviour in the trailer, which landed on Thursday (Dec 1) ahead of the release of their long-awaited documentary.
Carter said that Harry's body language suggests he and his family didn't feel "protected" by the system they were in while he and Meghan were working members of the royal family.
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"[Harry is seen] shaking his head when saying 'I had to protect my family,'" she said.
"I think the head shake is showing us that he didn't feel the 'system' protected his family and so he's had to do it.
"He is also showing signs of anger as he says it – hard-focused eyes and tight lips."
Meanwhile, Carter said Meghan showed classic signs that she "doesn't have any confidence" in the words she said.
"There is a slight one-sided shoulder shrug as she says: 'Doesn't it make more sense,'" she added.
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"A one-sided shoulder shrug is always a sign that someone doesn't have any confidence in the words they've just said.
"I don't think she cares whether it makes sense potentially, hence, the one-sided shoulder shrug."
Carter added: "Her chin is also lowered which is done when we want someone to believe us…"
The upcoming trailer promises to shed light on "what happens behind closed doors" from the Sussexes' perspective.
The clip features a series of black-and-white photos of the pair, with both Harry and Meghan also speaking directly to the camera.
Harry is heard saying: "No one sees what's happening behind closed doors," with a shot of Meghan holding her face in her hands which then flips to an image of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
"I had to do everything I could to protect my family," Harry continues.
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Photos from the pair's childhoods are then shown merging with their adult faces before the trailer pans to a clip of the Duchess wiping away tears.
The trailer ends with Meghan saying: "When the stakes are this high, doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?"
Netflix said the documentary, simply named Harry & Meghan, is "coming soon", with reports speculating it will arrive on the platform on Thursday, December 8.
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