The Signature Poses of Your Favorite Royals
The Queen, Kate, and even Harry all have moves they've used over and over again.
MEGHAN MARKLE AND DUCHESS KATE: THE DUCHESS SLANT
Meghan Markle and the Duchess of Cambridge both showed off the Duchess
Kate has actually been perfecting the Duchess slant since long before she was a Duchess: Kate was spotted in the post back in December 2006.
By the time she and William married in 2011, Duchess Kate had mastered her signature Duchess slant pose, as seen in September 2012.
The Duchess of Cambridge even pulled off the slant while pregnant with Prince George in June 2013.
In one of Will and Kate's most iconic photos to date, the Duchess sits in the Duchess slant post while visiting the Taj Mahal on April 16, 2016.
PRINCE GEORGE: CROSSED LEGS
To mark Prince George's first day of school in September 2017, the Palace released this sweet snap of the young royal in his signature pose: standing with his legs crossed.
Prince George brought his signature pose to Canada while on a royal tour on September 24, 2016.
Prince George paired his signature crossed legs with another staple: his pout!
Prince George was photographed with his legs crossed in Poland during the royal tour of Poland and Germany.
PRINCESS CHARLOTTE: PRINCESS POINT
Princess Charlotte showed off her signature move, the "Princess Point" while on a royal tour in Germany and Poland in July 2017.
The little princess pointed yet again at a party in Canada on September 29, 2016.
An excited Princess Charlotte pointing to a photographer while in Canada during the royal tour.
The best place for a little princess to look up is the Buckingham Palace balcony, of course! Princess Charlotte pointed to a flyover above from the balcony during the Trooping the Colour parade on June 17, 2017.
Charlotte's signature move came in handy at her aunt Pippa's wedding in May 2017.
PRINCE HARRY: THE TUCKED HAND
He's been doing it since childhood! Back in July 1994, Prince Harry tucked his hand
Prince Harry also tucked his hand
Prince Harry tucked his hand in his overcoat while attending a wedding in England on September 14, 2013.
Prince Harry tucked his hand
PRINCE WILLIAM: WIDE STANCE
Prince William's signature seated pose is a wide stance, as seen at the recent Royal Foundation Forum, where he appeared alongside Prince Harry, Duchess Kate, and Meghan Markle.
A young Prince William sits in his signature pose while on holiday in Spain with his mother, Princess Diana.
Prince William seated in a wide stance alongside Duchess Kate while on a royal tour.
Here we can see the Kate's Duchess slant next to William's wider stance together.
Prince William and Prince Charles both sat in a wide stance while posing for an official portrait with the Queen and Prince George.
Prince William and Duchess Kate take a break while hiking during their royal tour of India and Bhutan in April 2016.
QUEEN ELIZABETH II: CLASPED HANDS
The Queen typically poses for photos with her hands clasped together near her waist. She's seen here at the Royal Ascot on June 21, 2017.
The Queen has favored this pose for a long time: this early photo is from March 1954.
The Queen's clasped hands even
A delighted Queen Elizabeth keeps her hands clasped while viewing a cake.
The Queen's signature clasped hands have stood the test of time.
PRINCE CHARLES: HANDS BEHIND HIS BACK
Prince Charles is often seen posing for photos with his hands behind his back. The Prince smiles here alongside Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, in New Delhi, India on November 9, 2017.
A young Prince Charles poses for a photo while mirroring his mother's body language: both Elizabeth and Charles have their hands behind their backs.
The Prince is snapped in his signature pose in Deauville, France on August 18, 1978.
Prince Charles poses for a photo with Princess Diana with his hands behind his back on a visit to Wales on November 01, 1982.
Prince Charles takes a look at a pond while visiting Poundbury, U.K. with his hands behind his back.
Charles and Camilla attend a service of Thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey, where a dressed up Charles kept his hands behind his back.
Prince Charles stands in his signature pose while smiling for a photo with Camilla.
QUEEN SOFIA OF SPAIN: LOW CLASPED HANDS
Queen Sofia of Spain's signature pose is a simple low clasped hands, as seen here on March 14, 2017.
Her signature pose always works when she's leaning on furniture.
The Queen is seen here with her hands stacked together and held low.
Here, she clasps her hands together while holding a purse.
The Queen has also been spotted interlacing her fingers while clasping her hands.
Another look at her signature pose here.
PRINCESS EUGENIE: HANDS HELD IN THE FRONT
Princess Eugenie, the second daughter of Prince Andrew and the Duchess of York, is often seen holding her hands in the front of her body, as seen here on January 21, 2018.
Princess Eugenie is seen with the Queen Mother in London with her hands in their signature position.
Little Eugenie poses for a photo with her parents and older sister Beatrice with her hands held in the front.
Eugenie holds her hands while posing for a photo with Princess Beatrice at a polo match.
Eugenie and Beatrice attend a movie premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Princess Beatrice, the Duchess of York, and Princess Eugenie attend a charity auction together in London. Eugenie's hands are held together in the front yet again.
PRINCESS BEATRICE: HAND ON THE HIP
Princess Beatrice is often photographed standing with one hand on her hip, as seen here on March 12, 2015.
A young Beatrice arrives at
Beatrice arrives on the red carpet for a concert at Royal Albert Hall in London with her hand on her hip on October 18, 2007.
Beatrice often poses with a clutch bag in one hand and the other hand on her hip.
Beatrice's hand on the hip pose works for the most elegant of occasions.
QUEEN LETIZIA OF SPAIN: ONE LEG BENT
The effortlessly chic Queen Letizia of Spain is often seen posing with one leg bent and the other leg straightened. Letizia, who became Queen in June 2014 when her husband Felipe ascended to the throne after his father Juan Carlos abdicated, is seen here in July 2013.
One bent leg is the perfect addition to any of Letizia's ensembles.
Letizia wears an emerald dress with her signature leg pop.
Letizia smiles with her husband Felipe in her signature pose.
PRINCESS MADELEINE OF SWEDEN: TITLED HEAD
Princess Madeleine of Sweden typically poses with her head tilted to one side, as seen at her wedding in June 2013.
Madeleine is pictured with her older sister, Crown Princess Victoria, attending the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of their parents, King Carl Gustaf and Queen Silvia, in 2001.
The princess adds a tiara to her signature head tilt while attending a dinner in honor of King Carl Gustaf's 60th birthday in 2006.
Princess Madeleine poses for photographers while attending the Valentino show at Paris Fashion Week on July 3, 2013.
Princess Madeleine holds her son, Prince Nicolas, with her signature head tilt.
QUEEN RANIA OF JORDAN: SEATED LEAN
Queen Rania of Jordan is often spotted leaning forward while sitting. The Queen is seen here intently leaning in while visiting a refugee camp in Lesbos, Greece on April 25, 2016.
Queen Rania of Jordan's seated position is ideal for having a conversation.
It's no surprise the Queen looks like the perfect student while visiting a school.
Queen Rania of Jordan's pose is particularly helpful when she greets people during royal visits, as she does here in April 2006.
A relaxed version of her signature pose, as seen in Paris on December 10, 2009.
The Queen appeared on stage at a song festival in Italy in her signature seated position.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.