Theresa May's handwriting shows she has goals to achieve
The study, conducted by graphologist Martin Hastings, revealed Mrs May's desire to get things done – a possible indicator into her decision to call a snap General Election on June 8.
Mr Hastings said the Prime Minister’s handwriting is done at “high speed, reflecting a highly active, restless mind”.
The way in which Mrs May writes the letter 'T' is described as a “roof protecting her from public life” and reportedly shows signs of her distrust of the outside world, according to the expert.
Donald Trump's signature could show a desire to appear stronger
Theresa May's handwriting has further signs of distrust of the outside world
Handwriting expert, Martin Hastings
Mr Hastings, from Pen Heaven, has suggested her “discordant” forms show that she could have uncertain self esteem in the past, which she compensates for now by achieving goals.
After studying Mrs May’s signature in the Article 50 letter, handwriting expert Elaine Quigley said the Prime Minister will be standing firm during Brexit negotiations and taking her time to agree any deals.
Boris Johnson's handwriting shows he is at home in the public stage
The handwriting experts have analysed Boris' s handwriting
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Handwriting experts say the studying of signatures is important to understand someone’s psychological constitution as the written movement is under the direct influence of the central nervous system.
Mr Hastings described Donald Trump’s handwriting as “overflow, angular, aggressive-looking”, which reportedly tries to present an image of strength.
Mr Trump’s use of capitals and felt tip pens could be a way for the President to try and appear stronger, the experts revealed.
Mr Hastings said: “Other handwriting samples from his past show the ‘systemisation’ of handwriting forms.
Chancellor Merkel's handwriting shows she has personal warmth
“This type of writing, along with other signs, can indicate inner anxiety that is transformed into arrogance and superiority, with a tendency to project blame onto others."
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s handwriting is flamboyant showing he is happy to take the centre stage.
Mr Johnson’s scrawls show a sharp intuition suggesting he has a good sense for what is going on in his environment.
The German chancellor Angela Merkel has handwriting exuding a “personal warmth and a down-to-earth” personality.
Her signature displays a character of someone who is keen to work in a team, rather than take all the glory for themselves.
Mr Hastings said: “This writing seems to indicate a ‘good egg’: trustworthy, reliable and grounded. It is hard to believe she is a politician!”