Kate and William have become increasingly visible members of the Royal Family in recent months, also carrying out more famous activities, such as attending the premiere of Top Gun: Maverick in Leicester Square last week.
During the star-studded event, Kate and William mingled with Hollywood’s Tom Cruise and Jennifer Connelly.
Body language expert Darren Stanton has since analyzed the appearance of the royal family and claimed that the couple fit in perfectly with the stars.
Speaking on behalf of Slingo, Mr Stanton said: “Both Kate and William were impeccably dressed, William in a tuxedo and Kate in a black and white dress.
“From the way they carried themselves on the red carpet, if you didn’t know who they were, you could easily believe they were Hollywood stars themselves, as they exuded confidence and happiness from be at the center of the event.
“There was a really great moment when Tom Cruise helped Kate up from the red carpet and took her hand, which she seemed to really appreciate and the actor was beaming throughout the interaction. “
Cruise reportedly “loved the Royal Family” and previously treated the Duke and Duchess to a screening of the Top Gun sequel.
The actor invited the couple, after discovering that William, a trained search and rescue pilot, was a big fan of the original film.
While on the red carpet last week, Cruise said he and the Duke have “a lot in common,” and explained, “We both love England, and we’re both airmen. , we both like to fly.”
The Top Gun leading man also played an unexpected role in the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Cruise teamed up with Damian Lewis, Bridgerton star Adjoa Andoh and Alan Titchmarsh to take the Brits on ‘A Gallop Through History’ at the Royal Windsor Horse Show earlier this month.
A total of 1,300 performers, 500 horses and a cast dressed in celebrities told stories about royal history in a theatrical and horse-riding spectacle.
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Speaking to ITV, the actor said: “It’s a real privilege. I was just very honored [when I was asked to be part of the Jubilee celebrations].
“She is [the Queen] just a woman that I admire a lot. I think he’s someone with immense dignity and I admire his dedication.
“What she has accomplished is historic.”
He added: “I love England’s history and I just have great respect for the Queen.
“So when they asked, I immediately said ‘Yeah, that would be my honor’. That’s wonderful.”
Her Majesty’s Jubilee celebrations will conclude with a special four-day weekend next week.
From Thursday June 2, the royal extravaganza will include the Queen’s annual Birthday Parade, aka Trooping the Colour, a pop concert at Buckingham Palace and street parties across the country.
The monarch’s attendance will only be confirmed on the day in question, but other senior royals, such as William, Kate, Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are expected to take central roles. .