The meeting of Crown Prince Frederick (55) with Mexican Genoveva Casanova (47) in Madrid two weeks ago caused a stir. Not only in Denmark and Spain, but all over the world.
The revelation of what the Spanish press refers to as the “infidelity scandal” came at the same time that the Spanish royal couple, King Felipe and Queen Letizia, were on an official visit to Denmark.
There Queen Margaret (83 years old) was the host. But as expected, the crown prince couple were of course there to support the head of state. Media outlets around the world studied the participants’ facial expressions. And British daily Mail A body language expert commented on whether there were any signs of infidelity and a bad mood.
According to body language expert Jodi James, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark is showing signs of disengagement. While the main character himself – Crown Prince Frederik – seems hesitant towards her and avoids eye contact.
The expert claims that this happened during the Crown Prince’s meeting with the Spanish King and Queen in Copenhagen.
Pictures of Danish heir to the throne and reality star Genoveva Casanova in Madrid last week caused a stir. The Mexican woman herself denies that there is anything exciting or romantic between the two.
A body language expert explains that Crown Princess Mary has shown signs of detachment. Her mouth looked tense, and she was nervously playing with the ring on her finger, which she was twirling around.
– She simply had a slightly smug expression while visiting the “Center of Danish Architecture” in Copenhagen. In the pictures, it appears that Frederick is leaning towards Mary and putting his arm around her. But before we see them more loving and sharing.
Judy James also notes that Crown Prince Frederick appears hesitant when he gestures with his arm at Mary and avoids eye contact. This contrasts with their previous loving behavior.
The photos indicate a possible separation between the royal couple, and there is no apparent effort on their part to refute the rumors through affectionate gestures or smiles.
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