• Prince William and Prince George have a great relationship
  • What a body language expert thinks she knows
  • That's how close their bond is

Prince William and his eldest son, Prince George, attended an Aston Villa soccer match in early April, and the moments they shared were more than just an ordinary stadium visit.

According to body language expert Judi James, who spoke to 'Daily Express US', it was a heartwarming picture of the pair, giving an insight into their close relationship.

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Body language expert: William and George have a close bond

James describes the interaction between William and George as genuine and friendly, which is not always a given with members of the royal family. She revealed that it was really nice to see "William and George out doing what millions of other dads (or mums) and their children do, i.e. watching and clearly enjoying a game of football," says James. The expert emphasizes how William enjoys his son's company, "like a friend as well as a parent."

The shared joy and exchange between the two of them, as if they were talking to a like-minded fan, is evidence of a deep connection. Prince William, who is a self-confessed Aston Villa supporter himself, has obviously passed on his passion for the club to Prince George. This pride in being part of the Aston Villa fanbase is another bond that unites father and son.

"It’s such a shared pleasure for them both, with William able to lean down and exchange feedback and comments with his son as though talking to a fellow fan," says Judi James.

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