Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3709: Kate Middleton — The face you make when you’re married to a prince but you meet Justin Trudeau — Body Language and Emotional Intelligence (PHOTOS)

Some on social media have cleverly captioned this picture, “The face you make when you’re married to a prince but you meet Justin Trudeau”.

Kate Middleton’s body language speaks volumes. When we thin-slicing her nonverbal signals we see:

1. Her smile is sincere
2. Her face is blushing
3. She’s performing (initiating) a HABE gesture (Hair Adjustment Behind Ear)
4. Her head and neck are flexed forward — as well as side-tilted toward the Canadian Prime Minister
5. She’s locked in eye contact with Justin Trudeau

Despite standing next to Prince William, Kate’s body language cluster in this moment is strongly indicative of her sincere attraction for Justin. Of course, like the rest of us, she’s only human — and also, like the rest of us, simply being physically attracted to another person does not at all mean she will act on this feeling. Yet there’s no denying she finds Mr. Trudeau alluring.

The next time you’re in Justin Trudeau’s shoes — and on the receiving end of similar nonverbal behavior — you can be assured your onlooker finds you sexually attractive. And while, as we see here, it may be quite innocent — it may also just as likely be quite flirtatious.

See also:

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3708: Hillary Clinton v. Donald Trump — Presidential Debates — Part IV — Hillary’s Email Anxiety

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3706: Hillary Clinton v. Donald Trump Presidential Debates — Part II

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3703: Debate Advice for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3701: Hillary Clinton, Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3699: The Tulsa Police and the Shooting Death of Terence Crutcher

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3663: Olympic Wrestler Frank Molinaro gets bitten by Ukraine’s Andriy Kvyatkovskyy

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3635: Michelle Obama’s DNC Speech and a Body Language Mistake

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3542: Lara Croft, Keeley Hawes, Sexual Energy and Body Language

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №3590: Pam Bondi (Florida’s Attorney General), Anderson Cooper and LGBT support

Nonverbal Communication Analysis №2545: Michelle Rodriguez at Comic-Con 2013, Mirroring and Dialing Up Her Alpha

This post and the associated website serve as reference sources for the art and science of Body Language/Nonverbal Communication. The views and opinions expressed here are those of the author. In an effort to be both practical and academic, many examples from/of varied cultures, politicians, professional athletes, legal cases, public figures, etc., are cited in order to teach and illustrate both the interpretation of others’ body language as well as the projection of one’s own nonverbal skills in many different contexts — not to advance any political, religious or other agenda.