We lost Queen Elizabeth a couple of weeks ago. So I thought we could go over one of the lies seen from the British monarchy. That would be a good way to pay our respects, right? If you’re a lie detector like me, the answer is yes.
Let’s talk about who’s now King Charles. I think by now we know that his marriage to Princess Dianna was more for show than for love. And it worked. The world loved her. But did he? Let’s see if there were signs in their engagement video:
Here’s what I notice:
At 1:52 watch Charles. When the reporter says ‘Marry the Prince of Wales’ he looks down and away. People look down when they get into negativity. Then the corner of his right lip pulls back. Usually, I’d say this is contempt but in this case it doesn’t seem to fit. It’s at a minimum stress, could be disgust. Then he takes a big breath in and holds it for a beat when the reporter says ‘going to be queen’8 This can say fear. We see Diana do this later as well.
At 2:56 when the Charles says ‘very good housewife’ it makes Diana nervous. She chuckles at first then her lips are tightened in silent disagreement. Is this because he’s being too revealing (remember Brits don’t like to have their true feelings revealed) or is it because she knows she wants more than to be just a housewife?
At 4:21 the prince looks down around the topic of his decision being gradual. People look down when they get into negativity and up when they get into positivity. So clearly there’s some negativity here.
At 5:40 as the ‘announcement of where and when’ comes up we see a crooked smile from him and he looks down. Again, usually I’d say this is contempt but that doesn’t make sense in this case either. I think this is his stress response. He looks down (gets into negativity) and then blocks his mouth with his hand so he’s holding something back. And clearly he’s holding something back because he says he is. Those details are never released until the time is right. But is there more he’s holding back?
At 6:46 we see his hand over hers, fingers rubbing. This is an adapter. It’s for stress relief. He’s clearly uncomfortable in this situation. Some discomfort would be understandable especially because he’s having to get personal and that’s not his nature.
At 7:40 the reporter says ‘And I suppose in love’ and we see Diana, also a stiff upper lip Brit seem embarrassed. She does her trademark chin down and eyes up. It’s very attractive because the viewer sees her chin get smaller and her eyes seem to get bigger. It’s the same reason puppy dogs are cute, because of the big eyes. And it’s part of the reason the world loved her so much.
She says ‘of course’ as she takes a big breath in and holds it a bit. So there’s a little bit of fear here.
Then the Bombshell. Prince Charles says ‘Whatever in love means, there’s some interpretation there’
YIKES! Truthful people do and say the minimum they need to say to get the point across. He’s added too much to his comment to be believable. And it says that he’s feeling something other than true love.
Then as the reporter says ‘two happy people’ he looks down and appears to roll his tongue around the inside of his mouth. That’s a pacifying response to get rid of stress. So he’s not showing true happiness at the situation here.
And it’s been revealed that at the time he was still in love with Camilla who’s now the new Queen Consort. All the info we needed was hidden in plain sight.