Kate Middleton launched a Business Taskforce for Early Childhood to prioritize early childhood education.

The campaign focuses on advocating for early childhood education and teaching people about its importance.

Kate spoke to Iceland’s Executive Chair Richard Walker about her campaign in a video.

Body language expert Judi James analyzed the clip and claimed that Kate seemed very confident throughout the conversation.

Kate had to lead the conversation and deliver a weighty chunk of the script with no access to autocue.

Kate's ability to take the lead role shows high levels of confidence and skill.

James said Kate is passionate about her project, which makes her confident.

Kate even used modesty signals to make Walker feel less nervous during the conversation.

Kate's emotional goals were to help the other person relax rather than focusing on her own feelings and performance.