Prince William and Kate Middleton decided to treat their eldest son, Prince George, by bringing him to the men's singles Wimbledon final, marking the first time that the 8-year-old royal has ever sat in the royal box. But while all eyes were on the young prince, body language expert Darren Stanton couldn't help but notice the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's parenting prowess.
Speaking to PureWow on behalf of Slingo, Stanton pointed out how Middleton and Prince William were totally synchronized in their parenting styles. “We saw both Kate and William dote on George, leaning in towards him as he spoke to them and showing genuine interest in the youngster as he eagerly spoke to them throughout the match,” Stanton said.
He also noted how the two were “matching and mirroring each other’s body language,” such as in moments when they turned in to speak with Prince George, or when they held their hands up into the air (as seen below). “This was not only a clear sign of their connection as parents, but also revealed just how in sync they are when it comes to nurturing their brood,” he added.