Camilla felt intimidated by guest at wedding to Charles, says expert

Camilla was feeling “intimidated” by an unknown guest at her wedding to Prince Charles, a body language expert has claimed.

The couple married in 2005 after a long relationship following Charles’ previous marriage to the late Princess Diana.

Charles and Camilla tied the knot at a civil ceremony at the Guildhall in Windsor before attending a blessing at St George's Chapel, which was attended by a number of royals, including the Queen and his two sons Prince William and Prince Harry.

Leading UK psychotherapist and body language expert Nick Davies watched their wedding day closely and feels Camilla was “anxious” as she walked down the aisle.

Nick believes it could have been due to her seeing someone who “disapproved of their relationship”.

“Camilla naturally looks down at the step as Charles does, but she glances down a second time, this time with her eyebrows and corners of her mouth lowered slightly, which shows she is anxious or intimidated by someone in the audience,” Nick told the Daily Star.

“Obviously, having come under such public scrutiny after the public's love of Diana she may have seen someone who publicly disapproved of their relationship.”

  • Prince Charles was 'conscious' of how Camilla would be received by British public

The couple’s relationship has always been under scrutiny since Diana’s BBC Panorama interview where she hinted at Camilla’s relationship with Charles.

Charles and Camilla first met at a polo match at Windsor Great Park in 1970, according to the BBC.

However, it would not be until 1999, following his divorce from Diana and her tragic death, that he would be first spotted in public with Camilla.

  • Queen once threw pair of shoes and tennis racket at Philip during heated spat

The Duchess of Cornwall would move to Clarence House with Charles in 2003 before their marriage two years later.

Charles married Camilla will be marking their 17th wedding anniversary this year but the occasion is set to be sombre as the happy occasion is shared with the passing of the late Duke of Edinburgh.

Prince Philip passed away on April 9 last year, on his son’s 16th wedding anniversary.

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Although the anniversary of the Duke's passing is today (Saturday, April 9), the Royal Family came together at the end of last month for a memorial service at Westminster Abbey in London.

The majority of the Royal Family were in attendance with William and Kate Middleton’s children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, grabbing attention on the day as Prince Harry remained in the US.

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