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Prince William and Kate 'so in sync' as they show off parental side during Scotland visit

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been praised for their 'in sync' approach during their visit to Scotland. Prince William and Kate, who are known as the Earl and Countess of Strathearn when in Scotland, did the rounds across Scotland during their 48 hour trip and stopped off at St John's Primary School in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde.

The couple also visited the Wheatley Group site in Kennishead, Glasgow, Scotland's biggest social housing landlord, to witness all the amazing work they do for disadvantaged or vulnerable people, including those at risk of homelessness.The pair have been praised for their 'down to earth' and 'confident' display during the visit.Speaking on behalf of Slingo, body language expert Darren Stanton reveals: "The key message Kate and William are sending out during their Glasgow trip is really just how normal and down-to-earth a couple they really are. "From the get go, the Royal couple looked calm and relaxed as they headed out in Glasgow during the first day of their trip.“The confidence in each other and their relationship was visible in how in sync the couple were as they stepped out together."You’ll notice Kate and Will often match and mirror each other’s body position and gestures, like standing with their hands clasped in front and waving with one hand to the crowd, which represents the deep connection they share and the strength of their relationship.”During their visit to Wheatley Group, William broke royal protocol when he embraced a Scots pensioner as he was overcome with emotion.The royal pair greeted local residents and William embraced in a hug with the local man who shares his name, after he got a bit teary in the presence of the future King.The couple showed off their 'down to

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