Lip Reader Reveals What Happened at President George H.W. Bush's Funeral

Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama were especially chummy.

All of the living former presidents and vice presidents appeared together Wednesday to mourn the death of President George H.W. Bush in Washington, D.C. 

Many political rivals came face to face as they paid their respects to America’s 41st president. 

Inside Edition spoke to expert lip reader Larry Wenig to help find out what everyone was talking about as the cameras were pointed on them. 

Hillary Clinton and Michelle Obama were especially chummy.

He said Clinton said, “I love it,” and mentioned the word “family” as she spoke to Obama. Clinton also told her, “I am so proud of you,” according to Wenig. 

Jimmy Carter introduced his wife to Vice President Mike Pence, and according to Wenig, no first names were uttered, just titles. 

When the Pences walked over to greet Clinton, there appeared to be talk of an event.

“You invite me too,” Wenig says Clinton told Karen Pence.

Wenig could not tell what Chelsea Clinton and Ivanka Trump were chatting about, but there didn't seem to be any awkward silences.

But the same cannot be said for another moment when the president and first lady arrived. The chatty group of couples went silent President Trump and his wife, Melania Trump, sat in the pew alongside them. They were greeted with a simple "good morning” and no small talk.

Body language expert Dr. Lillian Glass also analyzed the funeral footage for Inside Edition. 

She said that President Obama was "very tense" around President Trump, adding that the former president "has a very phony smile where his lips are pursed, his eyes are not crinkling." She added that "Michelle has a phony smile" as she shook hands with the president, saying, "Her eyes are not crinkling and her eyes are tense." 

"They are trying to be cordial, but their true feelings are coming out," Glass said. 

There was also a touching moment between the Bush brothers after George W. Bush's eulogy for his father.

"George Bush sits down and his younger brother, Jeb, comforts him and touches his knee, and that speaks to the emotion and the closeness of their relationship," Glass said.