Prince Harry was spotted during two different occasions this week with Prince William and Kate Middleton. According to a body language expert, his gestures were different while interacting with the royal couple.

While speaking with Express, Judi James said that Prince Harry seemed aloof and awkward while standing just a few feet away from his older brother on Easter Sunday. But when he went on an outing with only Kate, the Duke of Sussex’s body language changed.

“The contrast between the body language signals is so acute that it almost looks like a direct message: while Harry appeared to dart about avoiding communicating with his brother at Easter, he also managed to look relaxed, amused, and very much the old playful Harry with his sister-in-law Kate at the Anzac Day service,” James said.

The body language expert went on to discuss what transpired when Prince Harry arrived at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor Castle for the royal family’s Easter church service without Meghan Markle. The latter is at Frogmore Cottage waiting for the arrival of their baby.

Prince Harry arrived in church ahead of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. He stood apart in the line with his shoulders dropped and his arms hanging awkwardly at the sides. At some point, Meghan’s husband looked anxious and unhappy.

“His brows were knitted and his facial expression looked glum, apart from one moment when he leaned across Zara and Mike to chat with Kate and at that point we saw the old spark he used to have with both William and Kate return, making Kate laugh with the jaw-jut and flattened bridge of the nose that suggests shared humor,” James explained.

Days later, Prince Harry and Kate attended the Anzac Day memorial service, while Prince William is in New Zealand. The in-laws were all smiles as they walked toward the venue. It was also evident that Prince Harry was having fun in Kate’s company. The royals also exercised mirrored body language with their prolonged eye contact.

Based on James’ observations, it is evident that Prince Harry is on good terms with Kate but not with Prince William.

Prince William, Kate Middleton, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (L); Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge (2L); Britain's Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex; and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, react during the wedding ceremony of Britain's Princess Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, in Windsor, on October 12, 2018. OWEN HUMPHREYS/AFP/Getty Images