Royals in Love: Decoding Will and Kate's Body Language on Canada Tour

William and Kate have been looking more in love than ever during their Canada visit. A body language expert breaks down what they're communicating to each other and the world.
1:46 | 09/29/16

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And now to that royal road trip across Canada. Another big day ahead for George and Charlotte after date night for their parents. Lama Hasan is with the Royals in british Columbia with the latest. ? Reporter: Step aside, will and Kate. Time for a royal play date for the real stars of the show. Prince George and princess Charlotte set to have some fun with military moms and dads in just a few hours. Making only their second appearance in Canada since their arrival Saturday. Prince George and princess Charlotte have largely been out of the public eye on this tour but word is they did manage to make a secret trip to this petting zoo enjoying a day out seeing some goats. As for mom and dad, a romantic night away from the kids reminding us that the two are not afraid to show their love. From the moment Kate reportedly won William's heart to their wedding with not one, but two balcony kisses. Will and Kate shaking up what is royally acceptable pda. And two adorable kids later their body language says it all. You really recognize that there's intimacy, love and romance within that relationship. Reporter: The couple currently crisscrossing Canada, the duchess seen delicately placing her hand on William's leg. We thrive on touch. So the fact that she touches him that often makes the relationship even stronger. They still hold eye contact with one another. They pivot towards each other. They even seem to mirror one another's body language when they walk. Reporter: On Wednesday the couple rounding out their final day in the northern territory, Kate, the lady in red, mesmerizing in a bright $1500 Carolina Herrera overcoat. Later making a spontaneous stop to tour a steam train parked on a bridge.

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