Melania Trump’s body language shows her and Donald’s ‘relationship is growing’

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Melania Trump, 50, has been the First Lady of the United States since she entered The White House alongside her husband in 2017. She can often be seen beside her husband at events but more recently, she has begun speaking at her own events as well as the pair showing more displays of public affection. An expert has analysed Melania’s body language to see how it has changed in the last few months. 

Melania and Donald met in New York while Melania was modelling for a lingerie company and Donald was a powerful businessman. 

They have been in the public eye ever since and even more so since Donald won the presidency in the US. 

Looking at photos of Melania on her own as well as with Donald, body language expert Judi James has shared how the pair have changed throughout their time in The White House. 

In recent weeks, Melania has been seen beside her husband on multiple occasions campaigning with him for the election which is taking place next month. 

Judi said: “As the pressure of the looming election ramps up for the president, who is said to currently be behind in the polls, it looks very much as though the answer to the poll-panic problem could be in the shape of Melania Trump, whose profile seems to rise whenever the poll appears to drop.

“Signals of passion are now very much back in fashion for POTUS and FLOTUS. Having spent four years in office appearing to avoid anything romantic than the odd hand-hold and a few even offer rejection signals as Donald has had his hand flicked away.

“The US voters are now being treated to an insight into their relationship via some on-stage hugging and cheek-kissing.”

Throughout the pair’s time in The White House, affection in public has been off the cards. 

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They rarely show any signs of affection, which could be a sign of a lack of confidence. 

However, while their affection in public is minimal, Donald will now and again provide small gestures to his wife like hugging in-front of the cameras.

This could be a sign that their relationship and confidence as a couple is growing. 

Judi said: “The projected narrative with all this smiling and the more tactile behaviours between Trump and his wife seems to be that their relationship is growing, perhaps promoted by the president’s illness.

“However, it is also easy to be cynical and suggest the sudden love of PDAs out on the campaign trail could just be a vote-winning ploy.

“Either way, it does signal the high esteem that Melania is now held in by both the public and the Trump camp.

“Melania is often photographed standing alongside her husband using matching body language posture and signals, to suggest an even power-base and when she does walk behind Donald she can tend to keep close, more like a supporter and team-player than someone who is ignored by their husband and his team.”

While Melania is seen beside her husband on almost every outing, she has begun to venture out on her own as well as making her own speeches. 

Judi explained: “Melania’s stand-alone body language signals have changed as well, suggesting increased confidence in both herself and her public popularity. 

“Her speeches still show signs of nerves but she now appears to signal a recognition of her personal power, rather than the reflected glory of being the wife of the president.

“One of the biggest clues to that more assertive approach is her smile. Melania has often presented a bit of a poker face in public but recently her smiles have been wide and sustained for long periods of time.

“At a time in the election when there might be growing anxiety behind the scenes, Melania’s wide public smiles could be used to suggest resilience and even an assumption of victory.”

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