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How the Queen has changed over the years

Ahead of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee on Sunday, body language expert Darren Stanton has analysed the Queen’s changing body language over the years. 

Speaking on behalf of Betfair Casino, Darren reveals how the much-loved Royal has gone from a self-confident young monarch to a stoic figure and reassuring face for the British public in her 70-year reign.

Speaking about The Queen’s early reign, Darren said: “Since being in the public eye, she has never been one to follow conventional rules of communication. Matching and mirroring someone’s behaviour is a naturally occurring action in psychology to build rapport with those you are in conversation with.

“However, the Queen consciously chooses not to do this. Instead, she has the ability to build this same level of connection by adopting the notion of pace and lead. She uses her influence to find common ground and build trust with those around her, instead of mirroring their gestures and actions, with the other person slowly then beginning to mirror the Queen as a result.”

And, as a mother, Darren said about Her Magesty: “The only time we have seen a change in the Queen is when she has been surrounded by family. From limited historical footage that exists of her in an informal setting, it is clear that the idea of family has always been the most important nucleus of her life.

“There are plenty of moments where she and Prince Philip are playing with the children and she appears to show a very strong connection with Charles – maybe because he was her first son. It’s clear she is immensely proud of him. She relaxes her usually stiff posture and clearly comfortable at home, we see her laughing and openly playing the role of the entertainer.”




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