There reportedly was a “genuine warmth” between Meghan Markle and Queen Consort Camilla. A body language expert even stated that this was the latter’s “most successful dynamic” within the British Royal Family.

Speaking to Express UK, Judi James discussed the relationships the Duchess of Sussex has had with the members of the Royal Firm. She also shared an insight about the royal the former actress was closest to and which one she was keen to develop during her time as a working member of the family.

The body language expert told the outlet that the Queen Consort “has often been seen looking very friendly” with Prince Harry’s wife, especially in public. She noted, as well, that the relationship between the two women appeared to “start well.”

James continued to the publication that the body language of Queen Consort Camilla and Meghan Markle suggested a “genuine warmth” between them. She referenced the gestures the two women shared at Ascot, claiming there was some “prolonged hand-holding.”

The expert later stated that “closer analysis” of the Duchess of Sussex’s “super friendly body language,” particularly when in group poses with King Charles III’s wife, “hints at what might potentially have been the real closest and warmest relationship of the lot.”

James consequently suggested to the outlet that this was the former working royal’s “most successful dynamic within the Royal Family.”

Express UK noted elsewhere in its report, published Sunday, that it makes sense why Queen Consort Camilla was fond of Meghan Markle. It stated that this was because the latter appeared to have admired King Charles III so much.

It came after Judi James shared with the publication that the “Suits” alum was keen to develop a close relationship with the new British Monarch. She explained that the former “tended to single out” the latter “with her eyes,” adding that “her facial expression seemed to light up when he spoke to her.”

The body language expert also told the outlet that the Duchess of Sussex and the King “could possibly have forged a very deep relationship” based on their gestures and “rituals.” She argued that the royal-born Prince walking his daughter-in-law down the aisle might have created “some family bonds.”

In 2018, then-Prince Charles walked Meghan Markle down the aisle at her royal wedding with Prince Harry.

Months later, the Duke of Sussex opened up about the moment he asked his father to do it in a BBC One documentary titled “Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70.”

People, in its report covering the matter, quoted the Duchess of Sussex’s husband from the material, saying, “I asked him to and I think he knew it was coming and he immediately said, ‘Yes, of course, I’ll do whatever Meghan needs and I’m here to support you.’”