Gesturing with our hands come naturally to us, be it the middle finger or the thumbs-up. We have been using gestures like these since time began. But have you ever tried to consider the fact that even though these gestures seem so normal and easy, each of them has an origin? Well, we bet you never think about it! So, we bring to you 10 common hand gestures and their origins. Read on to find out more!
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This is the perfect hand gesture to communicate all is well in your world. When you want to point at someone or something in a casual-cool way, just make the hey you hand sign and get on with your day. This is one of the most postive hand gestures in the world! Feeling prim and proper?
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's body language in their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey shows the "tide has changed" in their relationship, an expert has claims. The couple held hands as they sat side by side on garden chairs to chat to their celebrity pal about their decision to quit the royal family. Body language expert Judi James told The Mirror that their hand gestures show that while Meghan appeared confident, Harry was not and needed his wife's support. She explains: "I think when Meghan came to the UK, Harry very much saw himself in the role of overly protective husband that knew that all hell was going to break lose in terms of press and public interest, and was desperate to protect her - albeit that she presented herself as a very confident woman. She explains: "Meghan is just sitting there looking very demure, very regal I would say, very elegant.