Prince Harry mistakenly reveals ‘internal conflict’ in interview
Prince Harry’s body language during the last interview showed that the Duke of Sussex was thinking and saying something else.
Body language expert Greg Hartley analyzed the Duke of Sussex’s interview with journalist Anderson Cooper, which aired on January 8.
“The ball is really in their court but Meghan and I have continued to say that we will openly apologize for anything that we have done wrong. But every time we ask that question, no one tells us the details of what we did wrong,” Prince Harry said.
“There has to be a constructive conversation, a conversation that can take place in private, that is not disclosed,” he added.
Greg told the Daily Star that the word “specifics” hints at what’s going on in his mind.
“[Harry] uses a word that I don’t think he should ever use and that is “specifics”. In the famous words of Mandy Patinkin, I don’t think that word means what you think it means. I don’t think he ever used a specific in anything,” Greg said.
The expert said that the use of the word “specifics” shows “there is more cognitive dissonance” or “internal conflict” during this interview.