Sophie makes 'hard' job of filling Queen's shoes 'look easy' – 'figure of great value'


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Body language expert Judi James spoke to about Sophie’s role within the Royal Family and how she has stepped up to do more for the monarchy in recent months. Has her confidence grown and will she be suitable for an even bigger role when Charles becomes King?

Sophie Wessex is in Scotland this week with the Queen, Prince Charles, and Princess Anne, as the Royal Family celebrates Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee with the Scottish people.

Sophie hosted a garden party earlier this week and was yesterday, June 29, seen visiting an organisation called Capability Scotland, which provides care, support, and education for disabled children and adults across Scotland.

What do these engagements, and most importantly, Sophie’s body language while undertaking them, reveal about her role within the Royal Family?

Looking at photos of Sophie from this week, Judi said: “Watching Sophie step up to pose almost alongside Charles and very subtly into the hard-to-fill shoes vacated by the Queen in Scotland this week, it was possible to see Sophie doing something she quietly excels at: making a difficult or tricky job look deceptively easy.

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Judi predicted this will be the case when Charles becomes King too – Sophie will not stop being hard-working, as well as genuine.

The body language expert said: “Sophie’s congruent body language signals also suggest authenticity.

“She might be a hard-working royal but she gives the impression that she would be doing all that support and charity work with or without a royal title.

“When she helps a charity with their work she always looks as though she has genuinely got stuck in, rather than just posing for a photo.”


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