Robin said: 'Kate has a wonderful open face in this image.The couple is clearly comfortable with the situation; she maintains physical contact with William, placing her hand in the crook of his elbow, which is a gentle intimate pose.'Speaking about her stance, Robin said: 'Even though she is not looking at her husband, Kate still maintains physical contact by resting her hand gently on his knee."It's such a bizarre hand hold," said Wood,"because she's going in to interlace her hands with his, but he's giving her a fist, and he's refusing it with a fist, which a symbolic weapon." He's giving no signal that he wants to be seen as a unit with her—Initially, Dr.Glass argued that Melania swatting Donald's hand away was out of respect. Glass says holding hands would have been disrespectful to the Orthodox Jewish tradition.
"She's totally leaning in towards him, they're looking in the same direction, which is a great thing," said Dr. "He's touching her at the wrist, which is very close."Melania is smiling here, but it appears to be a very tense smile.Again, it could be boredom or the fact that it's cold outside. Have two people ever looked like they didn't want to kiss each other more than in this photo?"It's not even a direct kiss, it's more of a kiss for the camera," says Dr. The moment feels forced, like they know they have to perform for the crowd, but there's no intimacy. Some argue that Donald was actually talking to Ivanka when he turned around, and that Melania's reaction was actually about her stepdaughter, but given that she wasn't going to be moving into the White House, and that Donald had rudely walked ahead of her when meeting the Obamas earlier that day, everything added up to her being generally miserable.Here, they are greeted with a traditional welcoming ceremony by the Heiltsuk First Nations community in Bella Bella, Victoria, during the third day of their tour and Kate can't keep her hands off her man Their appearance 24 years ago - two months before their separation was announced - was a world away from the happy smiles and easy companionship their son the Duke of Cambridge, 34, and his wife Kate, 34, have been displaying as they tour Canada this week.And Robin Kermode, a communications and body language coach and founder of Zone2, a professional training and coaching consultancy, has confirmed that the couple's loved up body language shows just how deep their bond is.