Princess Diana's royal astrologer Debbie Frank shares her verdict

The Princess of Wales will have ‘many chances to shine’ in 2024

Although the Princess of Wales may not be a “attention-seeker” by nature, royal astrologer Debbie Frank predicts that 2024 will be full of chances for her to “shine”.

Debbie, a close friend and confidante of Princess Diana, told HELLO! after reading what the stars had in store for the future Queen: “Kate will have many chances to shine in 2024.” She is being pushed to unprecedented levels of success and prominence this year.

 

“This year is pushing her to new heights of visibility and achievement,” said Debbie
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“Go-getting Mars in her birth sign of Capricorn ensures she hits the ground running in January and megawatt Jupiter places all eyes upon her work and style to public acclaim.”

The eclipsed Full Moon on Catherine’s Mars on March 25 will also “feel a great power point,” elevating Catherine and William’s role as a formidable royal couple. Catherine turns 42 next week.

“The astro-placements she shares with William are also hooked into the Full Moon of 25 April, springtime pushing them both into the limelight.”

Debbie said: “Summer is calmer before the autumn celestial ramp-up which starts with the eclipsed New Moon on 2nd October and continues into November and December.”

Catherine, who is married to William and has three children, Prince George, 10, Princess Charlotte, 8, and Prince Louis, 5, has dedicated her career to the Early Years.

 

Prince William and Kate are a “powerful royal couple”
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We can expect the mother-of-three to be involved in some significant projects in 2024, as a representative for Kensington Palace previously stated that the under-fives age group will continue to be a “golden thread throughout her working life”.

She started Shaping Us, an awareness campaign about the value of the early years, this time last year through The Royal Foundation Centre for Early Childhood, which was established in June 2021.

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Catherine stated at the time: “Our early experiences, relationships, and environments have a fundamental impact on how we develop and how our entire life turns out. The best years to prevent are these ones.”

 

The couple with their children Prince George, Prince Louis, and Princess Charlotte
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“By focusing our collective time, energy and resources to build a supportive, nurturing world around the youngest members of our society and those caring for them, we can make a huge difference to the health and happiness of generations to come.”

A number of children’s charities, including Anna Freud, Place2Be, Foundling Museum, and Action for Children, are supported by the Princess.

She also firmly believes that children’s future health and happiness are greatly influenced by the amount of time they spend outside. Catherine is an avid sports enthusiast who supports various sports organisations such as SportsAid, The 1851 Trust, The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, and The Lawn Tennis Association.

 

Kate’s sports-related patronages include The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club
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After studying history of art at St. Andrews University, she also has a long-standing interest in the visual arts, photography, design, and textiles. She is a patron of several arts organisations, such as the Royal Photographic Society, the National Portrait Gallery, and the V&A.

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