Queen Camilla's Body Language Showed Deep "Uncertainty" the Moment the Crown Touched Her Head
Queen Camilla was officially crowned alongside King Charles during the Coronation on Saturday, and her vibes were...uncertain. At least according to body language expert Blanca Cobb, who spoke to Cosmopolitan about the subtle clues Queen Camilla was giving off during this historic event.
"When Camilla is crowned queen, she shows a bit of hesitancy and uncertainty as the crown is placed on her head," Blanca tells us, adding that "although she keeps her head level, she darts her eyes up to look at the crown as it moves towards her head. As the crown is placed, she says something, which we can't hear, and moves her left hand up and down before sweeping her hair on her forehead underneath the crown."
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In other words, Camilla's "arm and hand movements signal that the placement of the crown isn't smooth. There's something about it that she doesn't find comfortable."
Probably something to do with the fact that it's weighs a ton and is full of expensive diamonds! But also, being in the spotlight with the eyes of the entire world on you is kinda a lot of pressure, so not a huge surprise that Camilla wasn't at her most comfortable.
Camilla definitely looked more at ease on the Buckingham Palace balcony, where she was seen waving to crowds with King Charles–both of them in crowns, ofc!
A moment nobody on the Buckingham Palace balcony will ever forget.#Coronation pic.twitter.com/cKKmh2BYbN
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