Kate Middleton horoscope: How Duchess could be set for exciting new project revealed

Kate Middleton horoscope: How Duchess could be set for exciting new project revealed


Kate’s birthday falls on January 9. This makes her a capricorn. Writing in The Sun, Meg says: “Action planet Mars and artistic Neptune are on opposite sides of the zodiac.

“This gives you a mix of energy, grit and a special way of looking at the world and taking remarkable pictures that may lead to a media job.

“Take a few moments to get yourself in a calm frame of mind and a chat with a partner should go to plan.”

Kate is known to be a keen photographer.

Pictures she has taken of her children have been shared on the Kensington Royal Instagram account.

Her profile on the monarchy website reads: “The Duchess’s enthusiasm for photography saw her taking photographs as part of her role during her time working within Party Pieces, a family company owned and run by her parents.”

Kate studied history of art at St. Andrews’ University where she met Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge.

The two married in 2011.

They have since had three children together.

The first, Prince George, was born in July 2013.

George’s sister Princess Charlotte, who recently started school in Battersea, was born in May 2015.

The youngest Cambridge sibling, Prince Louis was born last year.

William is second in line to the throne after his father, Charles, Prince of Wales.


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Should he eventually ascended to the throne, he could be crowned King William V and Kate could be crowned Queen consort.

The British monarch is shared by 15 other Commonwealth realms, independent sovereign states of which the Queen is head of state.

There are three crown dependencies, which are self-governing possessions of the crown with the UK retaining overall responsibility.

Lastly, the monarchy also covers 14 British Overseas Territories, which the UK retains responsibility for foreign affairs and defence for.

George could ascend the throne after his father as King George VII.

The last two King Georges, the Queen’s father and grandfather, were King during the two World Wars.

The Cambridge children were all born after the ending of male preference primogeniture in the line of succession.

This means Charlotte was not overtaken by Louis.

Previously, all male offspring overtook their sisters, but this is no longer the case for birth after October 28 2011.

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