Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Kate and Will Look as in Love as Ever
MailOnline reports, “There were certainly no hard feelings between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge today, even though she beat him in two yacht races around Auckland Harbour in New Zealand.
In fact, the body language between the Royal couple shows that their bond is stronger than ever.
After her victory against Prince William, the pair laughed and smiled together, and Kate even offered a look of sympathy as she patted her husband’s arm.
(Happy couple: Kate and William laugh together after she beats him in an Auckland yacht race)
(There there: Kate appears to be jokingly comforting Will after his sore loss against her in Auckland yacht race)
(No hard feelings: Kate and Wills appear to be joking and laughing after she beats him in not one but two yacht races)
Body language expert Judi James told MailOnline the playful competiveness between the Royal couple symbolises the great strength of their relationship.
‘The men of the Royal family are often celebrated sporting figures whilst their wives sometimes take a slightly more compliant role,’ says James.
‘I think William loves the fact that Kate joins in and they can share these moments, but also that they have this competitive, playful side to their relationship.
‘It shows that, despite being the future King and Queen of England, they are actually a rather normal couple, too, who like to joke around with each other.
(Young and in love: The Royal couple’s apparent playful competition, says Judi James, is healthy and strengthens their relationship)
(Always on trend: Kate wears stylish breton top during yacht race around Auckland Harbour in New Zealand, left, and the happy Royal couple, right, have been enjoying their tour of New Zealand)
(Happy family: As Kate, William and baby George step off the plane into New Zealand, the Prince puts a loving and protective hand toward his wife and son)
What a beautiful and lovely couple, especially with 8 month old baby George looking adorable as ever! Here he is playing with babies of military families with his parents in New Zealand.
(Image: Telegraph UK)