An "extremely nervous" Prince Harry could have been made to feel more shaky by his brother Prince William during his fairytale wedding over a joke about the ring, an expert has speculated.
Harry and Meghan Markle will be celebrating their four year wedding anniversary on Thursday (19th May) and are still one of the most talked about couples in the world.
The ex-royal couple, who stood down as working royals in 2020, held their unbelievable wedding at the iconic St George's Chapel in Windsor Castle.
It is believed to have cost a whopping £32million and watched by millions of people around the world.
Over the four years since the royal wedding, a range of royal commentators have claimed Harry looked "very nervous" throughout the affair, with one commentator going as far to state he seemed "like a boy".
Now, leading body language expert Nick Davies has analysed the wedding four years on and believes there could have been some brotherly pranking going on.
He Davies told the Daily Star: "Harry looks extremely nervous, taking short breaths and speaking very quickly to Will."
The expert thought William could be seen pranking or joking with his little brother about the wedding ring, possibly making his nerves worse.
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Nick said: "I think he is saying 'show me the ring, I think most', so maybe William could have been playing a joke on his brother with the ring that made Harry more nervous and decided not to do it."
Although Nick admits there is no way of being sure, he adds: "There have been stories written about both pranking each other at each others weddings, so that would make sense."
Harry was referred to as a "boy" by one royal commentator after the wedding as you don't "often see him looking that nervous."
Angela Mollard previously said: "Look, there is still a bit of the boy about Harry, even as he is there introducing people to his wife and doing speeches, there is still the boy.
"But I think we are going to see real growth and maturity."
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