What Does Princess Diana's Astrologer Predict Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Baby will be Like?

We are just weeks away from the birth of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s little bundle of joy. The royal couple has been doing a lot to prepare for the arrival of their baby, including renovating Frogmore Cottage so that they can all move in before the baby is due.

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But as we get closer and closer to the due date, people want to know more about the baby. Us Weekly reported that Markle told her friends in New York City that she was having a boy at her baby shower. Those reports have not been confirmed.

Aside from that, there is very little that we know about baby Sussex.

What will the baby be like?

Princess Diana’s astrologist Peggy Thornton recently spoke to People to reveal what she believes the newest royal will be like based on its due date.

“This baby will be quirky and unconventional and will be his or her own person,” Thornton said. “I think that goes with how Harry and Meghan view themselves as a royal couple, they want to carve out a very different role for themselves.”

Since the baby is set to be born around the end of April, it will most likely be a Taurus.

“Taureans are very stable, steadfast, and predictable, they like things that are real and lasting,” she continued.

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This morning, Their Royal Highnesses travelled to Asni to meet students at the @efa_morocco boarding house in the Atlas Mountains. The organisation provides weekly accommodation to girls from rural areas, which allows them to remain in education into secondary school. This enables these young women to go on to achieve qualifications, study at university and pursue careers. 70% of women and girls in Morocco are illiterate. Many have limited access to secondary school or no means of affording transport to school. But these boarding houses provide a safe place for girls to live and study during the week. After looking around the dorms, The Duke and Duchess visited the Lycée Collegial Le Grand Atlas, which is the school the girls from the boarding houses attend, to meet students and their teachers. #RoyalVisitMorocco

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This morning, Their Royal Highnesses travelled to Asni to meet students at the @efa_morocco boarding house in the Atlas Mountains. The organisation provides weekly accommodation to girls from rural areas, which allows them to remain in education into secondary school. This enables these young women to go on to achieve qualifications, study at university and pursue careers. 70% of women and girls in Morocco are illiterate. Many have limited access to secondary school or no means of affording transport to school. But these boarding houses provide a safe place for girls to live and study during the week. After looking around the dorms, The Duke and Duchess visited the Lycée Collegial Le Grand Atlas, which is the school the girls from the boarding houses attend, to meet students and their teachers. #RoyalVisitMorocco

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This morning, Their Royal Highnesses travelled to Asni to meet students at the @efa_morocco boarding house in the Atlas Mountains. The organisation provides weekly accommodation to girls from rural areas, which allows them to remain in education into secondary school. This enables these young women to go on to achieve qualifications, study at university and pursue careers. 70% of women and girls in Morocco are illiterate. Many have limited access to secondary school or no means of affording transport to school. But these boarding houses provide a safe place for girls to live and study during the week. After looking around the dorms, The Duke and Duchess visited the Lycée Collegial Le Grand Atlas, which is the school the girls from the boarding houses attend, to meet students and their teachers. #RoyalVisitMorocco

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If the baby is born before the end of April, as predicted, it will have a Sun-Uranus conjunction, which adds another layer onto his or her personality.

“This baby will be very bright and experimental – he or she will be not be able to fit into any template – Taureans like to conform and this child is a non-conformist,” the astrologer said.

What if the royal baby is born early?

Babies are unpredictable and come whenever they want. If the baby comes earlier than expected, then he or she may be an Aries. Aries are those born between Mar. 20 and Apr. 21. If that is the case, the baby will have a completely different personality.

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The Duchess of Sussex greets Moroccan officials as Their Royal Highnesses land at Casablanca this evening. This visit, a request of the British Government, is the first official visit to Morocco by Their Royal Highnesses. The Duke and Duchess were welcomed to Morocco by Her Majesty’s Ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife, Leah – before The Duke of Sussex inspected a Guard of Honour and Their Royal Highnesses were introduced to The Crown Prince of Morocco, Prince Moulay Hassan. During their time here, Their Royal Highnesses will see work being done to promote girl’s education, empower young people and support children from disadvantaged backgrounds. They will also meet some of the country’s young entrepreneurs who are shaping modern Morocco. ? 1+3: PA

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The Duchess of Sussex greets Moroccan officials as Their Royal Highnesses land at Casablanca this evening. This visit, a request of the British Government, is the first official visit to Morocco by Their Royal Highnesses. The Duke and Duchess were welcomed to Morocco by Her Majesty’s Ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife, Leah – before The Duke of Sussex inspected a Guard of Honour and Their Royal Highnesses were introduced to The Crown Prince of Morocco, Prince Moulay Hassan. During their time here, Their Royal Highnesses will see work being done to promote girl’s education, empower young people and support children from disadvantaged backgrounds. They will also meet some of the country’s young entrepreneurs who are shaping modern Morocco. ? 1+3: PA

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The Duchess of Sussex greets Moroccan officials as Their Royal Highnesses land at Casablanca this evening. This visit, a request of the British Government, is the first official visit to Morocco by Their Royal Highnesses. The Duke and Duchess were welcomed to Morocco by Her Majesty’s Ambassador Thomas Reilly and his wife, Leah – before The Duke of Sussex inspected a Guard of Honour and Their Royal Highnesses were introduced to The Crown Prince of Morocco, Prince Moulay Hassan. During their time here, Their Royal Highnesses will see work being done to promote girl’s education, empower young people and support children from disadvantaged backgrounds. They will also meet some of the country’s young entrepreneurs who are shaping modern Morocco. 1+3: PA

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“He or she will be very forthright, sporty, adventurous, independent and extrovert – when you are creating a family, your child will share your characteristics and your astrological handprint will be on there,” Thornton said.

Who will baby Sussex go on to marry?

When it comes to the royals, love connections are very important. Though we are a long way off from the newest royal finding a match, it’s interesting to know what kind of person they will probably end up with.

According to Astrology Companion, the best match for Tauruses are Cancers.

“Taurus and Cancer natives share a deeply ingrained need for security, creature comforts, and an interest in cultivating a more serious relationship built to stand the test of time,” the site says. “They are also both highly sensitive, empathic signs that will naturally be able to listen and nurture each other through hard times and rough patches.”

If the baby is an Aries, their best matches will be Leos, Sagittariuses or Geminis.

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