A royal astrologer has given an insight into what the future holds for the Royal Family in 2021. Popular royals Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton will have their hands full this year with astrology expert Debbie Frank dubbing 2021 “one of Kate’s most demanding years yet”.
“2021 looks set to be one of Kate’s most demanding years yet as her Venus and Mercury are in the eye of a perfect celestial storm,” she told HELLO!
“This is likely to produce radical change to her pattern of life, requiring a whole re-organisation of the way she works.”
The astrologer also speculated Meghan may be one to surprise Kate this year.
She added: “Close relationships require extra input too.
“From May onwards, Meghan’s knack of surprising us all will come to the fore.”
Meanwhile, Meghan Markle’s platform that grew significantly in 2020 is set to flourish this year.
She added: “Meghan’s 2021 continues her push to establish a huge role in the world.
“She will forge partnerships with organisations that give her a powerful platform,” she teased.
However, Ms Frank suspected there could be a bump in the road in her relationship with Prince Harry.
She added: “There are complications that filter through into her relationship with Harry.
“From May onwards her knack of surprising us all will come to the fore.”
The warning comes amid reports the Queen has been urged to strip Meghan Markle and Prince Harry of their Sussex titles after many feared Prince Charles was snubbed from their new Archewell campaign.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex set out their goal to “build a better world” as they effectively launched the website of their non-profit organisation Archewell.
On the homepage of the Archewell website is a picture of Diana, Princess of Wales with son Harry on her shoulders.
In another image, a young Meghan stands as her mother Doria Ragland crouches down to hug her daughter.
This resulted in many commentators criticising the couple for not including Prince Charles in the picture, despite his own charitable efforts including him setting up the Prince’s Trust to help vulnerable people.
Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan claimed the message was “shameful” and called for the Queen to remove their titles when their 12-month royal review since stepping down as senior royals arrives in March.
He even took to Twitter to accuse the couple of “airbrushing” their fathers, Prince Charles and Thomas Markle, out of the launch.
The GMB presenter replied to the release of the Archewell website with three sick-face emojis.
Mr Morgan wrote: “Sadly, Ginge & Cringe’s ‘compassion’ and ‘humanity’ doesn’t extend to either of their fathers, both of whom have been airbrushed out of this nauseating bilge.”