Lip readers reveal words exchanged between Meghan and Harry

Lip readers reveal words exchanged between Meghan and Harry at LA basketball game before cameras caught the moment she swerved Duke’s advances

  • Meghan and Harry were very chatty as they enjoyed the evening of LA sport
  • Despite Kiss Cam reluctance, the Sussexes looked to be having a terrific time 

Lip readers have revealed the small talk exchanged between Meghan and Harry as they took in an LA basketball game.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were caught on camera a number of times as the game took place.

And Meghan even appeared too shy to give her husband a peck on the lips at one point when the world-famous kiss cam zoomed in on the pair.

Now two lip readers have analysed some of the footage to give their take on what they talked about. 

Renowned expert John Cassidy said at one point Meg, 41, told her husband, 38, to ‘put on account’.

John said Harry then responded with ‘yep’ and a nod to his wife.

Meghan and Harry were seen clapping and cheering as Harry stares intently during the third quarter of the NBA playoffs round

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were spotted laughing and smiling in their first public appearance since it emerged that Prince Harry would be attending the King’s Coronation without his wife

Meghan then is said to have added ‘That’s brilliant, that’s what I’m saying,’ The Sun claims.

According to lip reader Jeremy Freeman, he agrees they could have been giving their verdict on their night out, the Mirror reports.

He believes at the start of the clip, Meghan tells Harry ‘It’s brilliant’ before Harry appears to say ‘yeah’ as he nods in agreement.

And afterwards, Meghan adds: ‘Right it’s because it’s your favourite there’ before the camera cuts to the action.

Meghan and Harry joined stars at the NBA basketball last night including Kim Kardashian, Adam Sandler and Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs.

Meghan is seen laughing as Harry leans in towards her for a kiss, which his wife politely declined, watched by 20,000 Lakers fans in LA last night

In their first public appearance together for a month, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex took their Archewell staff to watch the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Memphis Grizzlies in game four of the NBA playoffs.

The royal couple, who will not be going to the Coronation together next month, were all smiles in a box at the Arena, where they appeared on the jumbotron at the stadium in downtown LA.

Thousands began clapping and cheering, encouraging them to kiss. Harry then appeared to lean in for a smooch but his wife, wearing a $1,400 pink linen suit and heels, laughed and grabbed his arm instead of bowing to the crowd. Harry then pulled a comical grimace.

But despite the light-hearted snub, Meghan and Harry did enjoy a snuggle as the Lakers won the game 117 to 111, taking a 3-1 lead in the first-round playoffs against the Grizzlies. Sat next to them was Rick Genow, an LA power lawyer and adviser to the couple since Megxit. Footage of them enjoying the match was also featured on the NBA’s official Twitter feed with the hashtag #NBACelebRow.

Meanwhile, across the Atlantic at around the same time this morning, Harry’s brother Prince William joined veterans at dawn to lay a wreath for Anzac Day at the Australia Memorial at Hyde Park Corner in London.

Harry then pulled a comical grimace to the crowd when his PDA was refused

Arpound 20,000 LA Lakers fans encouraged them to kiss on the big screen but despite lots of laughs, they didn’t

Meghan rubs her husband’s face and laughs as they enjoy a date night, with their staff

Harry and Meghan were clearly enjoying themselves at the Lakers game

Meghan was was wearing a £360 ($450)  pink linen Sarah Staudinger suit jacket, matching tailored shorts for £235 ($300) and what appeared to be £525 ($650) Purist Pump heels

Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Saint West attend the big NBA game between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Memphis Grizzlies

Adam Sandler also attended the big match

The Prince of Wales lays a wreath at the dawn service in commemoration of Anzac Day at the Australia Memorial at Hyde Park Corner in London at dawn

Meghan and Harry were animated throughout the tight contest on the court where several members of Archewell staff were also watching, including Maren Thomas, who works in their communications department. 

Business manager Andrew Meyer and Miranda Barbot, former president Barack Obama’s PR wonderwoman who now works for Archewell in comms, were also in the posh seats with their bosses.

It came hours after a beaming Meghan broke cover for the first time since it emerged she will not attend King Charles’ Coronation – as her PR team insisted she has ‘moved on’ and is ‘going about her life in the present’.

Introducing her photographer friend Misan Harriman in a video ahead of his Ted Talk, the Duchess of Sussex said she was ‘thrilled’ to welcome the Nigerian-born Briton on stage where the audience heard him speak about experience capturing the Black Lives Matter protests in 2020.

Meghan and Harry are very close to Mr Harriman and his wife Camilla Holmstroem, and the royal couple asked him to photograph them for their second pregnancy announcement, in a black-and-white picture in which they lie barefoot together under the trees in their California garden.

Mr Harriman, who worked in finance before becoming a photographer in 2016, was also asked to take pictures at Lilibet’s first birthday party at Frogmore Cottage during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee last June.

In the video introduction, Meghan said: ‘Our next speaker has an unmatched eye for a good photograph. I have experienced his talent first hand as he has captured many meaningful milestones for me and my family.’

Referencing his activism and his work capturing the Black Lives Matter protests, she said: ‘His lens has captured everything from events that have changed the world, moments that we all desperately needed to see along with some of the planet’s most recognisable faces. 

‘But this was not always his path, and you might be surprised to hear not who, but what, he credits for his success.’

Harry, Meghan and the rest of the box stand up and cheer as the Lakers win the crucial playoff game

Meghan touches Harry’s knee as she moves away from her seat

Meghan chats to someone as she walks to her seats through a small bar area

The royal couple, who will be apart at the start of May when Harry heads to his father’s Coronation

Rick Genow (left), an LA power lawyer and adviser to the couple, was sat to Meghan’s right

Meghan spent some time chatting with Mr Genow

The spotlight fell on the couple during the win for the Lakers 

Harry winces, as does a woman to his left, but Meghan was all smiles

Kim Kardashian watches the match in downtown LA last night

Corey Gamble, Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Saint West

Her appearance came after the duchess hit back at claims she is dodging the Coronation because she believes the Royal Family failed to tackle its ‘unconscious bias’ before the Sussexes left for the US.

The Duchess of Sussex’s spokesman said she is not thinking about ‘conversations from four years ago’, having reportedly written to King Charles following the explosive interview she and Harry gave to Oprah Winfrey in March 2021, when they claimed a senior royal had ‘concerns’ about how ‘dark’ their unborn son Archie’s skin would be.

Meghan had reportedly written to Charles in response to a letter he had sent to her. She wrote of unconscious bias but said the comment about Archie’s skin was not made with malice. But a source told The Daily Telegraph that the duchess would not attend the Coronation on May 6 because she received an unsatisfactory response from the King. 

But in a statement to US magazine Harper’s Bazaar, press secretary Ashley Hansen insisted: ‘The Duchess of Sussex is going about her life in the present, not thinking about correspondence from two years ago related to conversations from four years ago.

‘Any suggestion otherwise is false and frankly ridiculous. We encourage tabloid media and various royal correspondents to stop the exhausting circus that they alone are creating.’ 

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