Queen in waiting Kate Middleton will shine in 2022, Dianas astrologer says

A royal astrologer has predicted that Kate Middleton will “shine bright” in 2022.

Debbie Frank, who was a close friend of Princess Diana, has made some bold predictions for how the two leading females of the younger generation of the Royal Family will fare over the next 12 months.

She told Hello Magazine : “The Duchess of Cambridge, a Capricorn, is moving into 2022 with Venus retrograding through her sign, and much is under review as the royals hold private, powerful discussions.

“She turns 40 as the Sun and Venus join together and she feels valued, loved and in a very good place.

“Kate is ready to shine her light particularly bright on the weekend of 19 and 20, February, and people resonate with her calm, steady aura which represents all the makings of being a Queen in waiting.

“Spring is her clarion call for her power-couple marriage with Prince William to be centre stage – she loves the togetherness and magic of this team, yet Kate is also committing to patronages and partnerships that give her more responsibility.

“The Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June show her at her magnificent best.”

She also made some predictions for royal-in-self-imposed-exile Meghan Markle, too.

According to Ms Frank, January will see a “long, drawn-out battle” reach a tipping point – which could be point to issues wit her father Thomas.

In March, Meghan will attempt to reach out and look at new ventures to add a “different dimension” to her role in life.

The expert added: “She was always born to radiate a strong presence – she is not a background person.

“Meghan may not consciously court controversy but the rebellious planet Uranus angling her Sun, is priming her to do what no one expects.”

She also predicts that, during the Platinum Jubilee period, Meghan will need to “find her voice” and speak her truth which may “jangle other royals”.

However it's not all a rough ride, as next autumn will be “calmer” for her.

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