Meghan Markle showed ‘signs of anger’ and ‘bewilderment’ during latest interview, expert reveals

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Meghan Markle showed "signs of anger" and "bewilderment" during her latest video appearance, claims body language expert Judi James.

The Duchess of Sussex sat down for a one-on-one chat with Fortune editor Ellen McGirt for Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit.

Judi James told The Mirror: "Meghan splays out on her sofa with her shirt sleeves rolled up to suggest she wants to get down to business and, as she says, be ‘authentic’ here.

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"The splaying and pit-baring looks confident and gently powerful, as does the preen gesture with her hair, while the very subtle lower jaw-jut and a few sharp, accelerated blinks hint at some anger, although her tone overall signals bewilderment from a woman who tells us she has not been controversial in what she says in the past," she explains.

The body language expert says the Duchess presented herself with a "defensive" and "misunderstood tone."

She adds: "Meghan emphasises her emotional side again with the mention of tears and as she looks away dramatically to consider her thoughts as she speaks it is the shaking of her head that suggests a sense of bewilderment or disbelief."

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In the interview, Meghan insists she’s "not controversial" and says that her words can sometimes be misinterpreted.

Meghan, who is currently living in California with Prince Harry and their son Archie, said: "But if you listen to what I actually say it’s not controversial.

"If you look back at anything I’ve said, what ends up being inflammatory it seems is people’s interpretation of it."

The mother-of-one addressed viewers from the mansion in California that she has bought with husband, Prince Harry.

She advised the virtual audience: "Don't listen to all the noise out there", before she added: "There are always going to be naysayers."

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Meghan wrapped up the interview by quoting American artist, Georgia O'Keeffe.

She said: "And it is, I have already settled it for myself so flattery and criticism go down the same drain, and I am quite free.

"The moment that you are able to be liberated from all of these other opinions of what you know to be true, then I think it's very easy to just live with truth and live with authenticity, and that's how I choose to move through the world."

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