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Diana, Princess of Wales’s astrologer says she saw America in Prince Harry’s chart when he was a child

The late Diana, Princess of Wales often consulted astrologists. Debbie Frank is an astrologer to the stars. Diana, Princess of Wales met her in 1989, and the two remained friends until the Princess’s death eight years later. In 1990, Diana asked Debbie to read Princes William and Harry’s astrological charts. Debbie discovered a connection with America in the younger royal’s future, according to a recent report from The Sun.

Debbie revealed Diana would be so happy for Harry and Meghan’s upcoming nuptials: “She’d be so happy that he was getting to marry the person he wanted to marry, that Meghan is such a different person.

“She’d really admire Harry for bringing her in.” Diana would also be thrilled that Harry and Meghan are bucking royal traditions like marrying on a weekend and at Windsor Castle.

The two women met in restaurants in London; the boys were frequent topics of conversation either in-person or over the phone.

Debbie said of the late Princess: “Diana would always have a giggle and a glint in her eye when she talked about Harry.

“She would be rueful about him and what was going to happen for Harry, and she knew he had all this energy, and it was going to be hard for him to conform to real life.”

Diana hoped Harry would be able to step from his brother’s shadow. She worried her younger son would lose his, “naughty, mischievous” side and conform to real life but she would be “so proud” of who Harry has become. She would also be thrilled with his relationship with Meghan Markle.

The astrologer believes Meghan and Diana would’ve got on very well because they are “alike in many ways.” The late Princess could relate to Meghan’s warmth and strength. She added: “She would’ve filled the gap in England that Meghan’s mum, who is thousands of miles away, could not.”

With the new year comes continued interest over what other royal traditions Harry and Meghan will abandon.

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