I’m a body language expert – Meghan and Harry’s Netflix doc is a ‘pantomime’ & it’s clear who they're making the villain | The Sun

MEGHAN and Harry's Netflix documentary is a "pantomime" and it's clear who they're making a villain, a body language expert says.

The streaming giant yesterday released the trailer for the couple's long-awaited documentary – which is set to hit screens in just one week's time.

The 59-second trailer reveals never before seen photos and videos of the pair – including Meghan crying, and she and Harry dancing.

But, body language expert Judi James says the short documentary teaser also reveals who the couple blame for "destroying their joy".

At the start of the trailer, the pair are asked: "Why did you want to make this documentary?"

Harry says: "Nobody sees what's happening behind closed doors.

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"I had to do everything I could to protect my family."

And, Meghan responds: "When the stakes are this high doesn't it make more sense to hear our story from us?"

Judi described the trailer as a "panto-based miniseries in itself", which already gives a glimpse into who the villain of the story is.

She claimed that the way the trailer is made makes one person look like the bad guy – and that person is Princess Kate.

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The expert explained to The Sun Online: "We see the idyllically happy, free-wheeling couple in a series of arty stills, kissing, playing and generally rejoicing in being utterly in love.

"About a dozen photos to warm your heart and to make you start to expect a happy ending."

Judi said then "suddenly and shockingly" there is a shift.

She continued: "The mood changes from warm and fuzzy to freezing cold like an ice bucket challenge.

"There is the stand-out image of Meghan apparently coiled and crushed on a couch or bed, a phone in one hand and her other hand cradling her face as though crying the tears of the hopeless."

Harry's voice speaks over the photo, saying "nobody sees what's happened behind closed doors".

Judi added: "As we’re wondering what happened to destroy the joy in Meghan’s beautiful face a photo of Kate hones into view."

She said it is "possibly the only one photo of the perma-smiling princess looking grim-faced and haughty, with the hapless Sussex’s sitting behind her".

Judi continued: "After Kate comes another of Meghan looking reflective and sad, creating a sandwich of implication."

As we’re wondering what happened to destroy the joy in Meghan’s beautiful face a photo of Kate hones into view.

The body language expert's claims come just hours after Kate and William endured an explosive 24 hours – which Meghan and Harry were said to have intentionally added to.

Not only did the Prince and Princess of Wales deal with racism within the Royal Family, the trailer was released – while the couple were trying to enjoy their first visit to the US since 2014.

Former royal correspondent Michael Cole today said it was obvious the brothers were at war, and that Princess Diana would be disappointed.

He told Good Morning Britain: "It's either terrible timing or it's terrific timing depending on whether you are team Wales or team Sussex.

"But, anybody in the real world, nobody can deny that there's a battle royal going on between the brothers.

"You know one of the most terrible things you'll see ever, anywhere, is brothers fighting.

"And I just think back to their dear darling mother, still much missed, Princess Diana, how upset she would be to see her boys at logger heads.

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"She always thought they would be there for each other. And that clearly is not the case.

"We can detect the hand of Netflix in this. They've invested millions of pounds, millions of dollars in this."

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