Meghan Markle & Prince Harry 'Are Certainly In Love,' But Their 'Relationship Isn't Smooth-Sailing,' Body Language Expert States
Are Meghan Markle and Prince Harry meant to be? According to body language expert and professional astrologer Inbaal Honigman, she believes the couple is "certainly in love."
"They haven't been married for that many years, and are still having babies, which is a very loving stage of a relationship," the expert continued. "So their constant hand-holding, cuddling, leaning on each other, are displays of affection, which are definitely genuine and not for the cameras."
Fortunately, it also looks like their signs line up. "An emotional Leo (Meghan) leaning into a stable Virgo (Harry) is exactly where you'd expect those signs to be," she said. "Their eyes generally look at each other, or in the same direction ... almost."
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She notes that the two are overall happy together, but sometimes there are tough moments they have to get through. "They are in sync, but not fully in sync. They are likely to argue then make up. Their relationship isn't fully smooth-sailing, but they're both old enough to know that every problem has a solution, and every argument can be resolved with some love and some compassion," she shared.
"Their facial expressions are always complete — smiling eyes with a smiling mouth, a concerned face with a furrowed brow, a serious face," she continued "They don't pull fake faces, but they're not always 100 percent united in their responses. They know each other well, but have not morphed into one another, which in itself is actually healthy."
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Ever since the duo left the royal family in 2020, it seems like they are in a much better place.
"They are loving life as a family of four," makeup artist Daniel Martin, who is friends with the pair, told PEOPLE. "They've struck a rhythm as a foursome."
"It's about finding that work-life balance now, which ties into Meghan lobbying for parental paid leave. They're experiencing it themselves. They know it affects everyone in the family," he added.