Royal Family 2020: How Meghan and Harry’s will achieve ‘power couple’ status

Royal Family 2020: How Meghan and Harry’s will achieve ‘power couple’ status

The astrological chart falls on the “marriage angle” suggesting that she needs to affirm a working relationship with Harry, “as Saturn is urging her to work in tandem with her husband to establish a serious team”. In April, Jupiter should encourage the couple to “take great strides” and become a “power couple” the astrologer claims. Ms Frank states that the couple should expand and become magnetic rather than, “attempting to fit into the royal structure”.

She told The Sun on Sunday: “If channelled the right way, they make a dream team, with magnetic impact on others.”

Harry and Meghan, who have had six weeks off from royal duties after a difficult year, are preparing to launch their own SussexRoyal charity soon.

The pair set up the organisation after splitting from the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s foundation.

Harry and ex-Suits star Meghan are also both pursuing legal action, with the duchess suing one newspaper group amid allegations it illegally published a letter she wrote to her estranged father, and Harry suing two groups over alleged phone hacking.

Harry’s Invictus Games for wounded, injured and sick service personnel is being hosted in The Hague in May 2020.

Overseas tours for the Sussexes are expected to be on the agenda, perhaps with baby Archie too, while Prince William and wife Kate Middleton will also be planning official foreign visits.

Royal fans will be hoping the Duke and Duchess of Sussex add to their family with another royal baby, in the year that Archie Mountbatten-Windsor turns one.

At present Meghan and Harry are still on a sabbatical from their royal duties and are staying in Canada for the holidays.

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But after Andrew quit royal duties in November over the scandal surrounding his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, it is likely the celebrations for his birthday on February 19 will be low key.

The year 2020 also poses the question of what’s next for the Queen’s second son as he begins the year without a royal role.

Andrew has been called on by lawyers for Epstein’s alleged victims to give a statement to the American authorities.

He also still holds his military appointments, but whether he will take part in the Trooping the Colour celebrations for the Queen’s official birthday in June remains to be seen.

His older sister Princess Anne reaches her 70th birthday on August 15, with the Queen likely to stage a party, perhaps at Balmoral Castle in Royal Deeside in Scotland where the royals retreat each summer.

The monarch, the nation’s longest serving sovereign, will have reigned on the throne for 25,000 days on Saturday July 18, 2020.

The Queen was just 25 years old when she became monarch on February 6, 1952.

She became monarch on the death of her beloved father George VI.

Published at Sun, 29 Dec 2019 18:31:00 +0000