Today marks a special royal birthday as the first son of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex turns one. Prince Harry, 35, and Meghan Markle, 38, became parents last year to Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor. The royal baby was born in London, but will be spending his first birthday in LA where the family have relocated to since stepping down from their public duties.
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Archie is the next in a long line of royal birthdays after Queen Elizabeth, 94, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2, all celebrated theirs in recent weeks.
All four members of the monarchy are a Taurus star sign, an Earth sign with the symbol of the bull.
While Archie may not be as involved in royal life as his cousins, his star sign gives him a special connection to the Queen.
The little Taurean will share similar traits to his great-grandmother thanks to their common zodiac sign.
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Astrologer Jessica Adams told Express.co.uk exclusively: “He has a similar astrology signature to Her Majesty the Queen, he is grounded, steady, down-to-earth and built to last.”
His humble nature may be part of his Taurean personality but it’s likely to be something his parents encourage as they hope to bring him up outside of the limelight.
The Sussexes left the UK to live a quieter life and step back as senior members of the Royal Family earlier this year.
The pair have said goodbye to their followers on their Instagram account too, following announcements that they wouldn’t use the royal brand name now that they’re out of the public eye.
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Baby Archie hasn’t been spotted since January, but it’s thought the couple might launch a new account in order to release a photo of the birthday boy.
However, though royal fans are hoping to see how their son has grown, Jessica predicts there’ll be plenty more opportunities to see Archie as he follows in the Queen’s footsteps.
The Queen celebrated her 94th birthday in April, and reaching a high age is in the genes as the Queen Mother lived until she was 101.
“He will see the monarchy into the 22nd century (just),” claimed Jessica, “thanks to the same Taurus and Capricorn pattern in his chart.”
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The astrology expert predicted a life of travel between the UK and the US for the young royal when he was born.
Revealing baby Archie’s horoscope on her website last year, Jessica wrote: “This astrological chart shows a few asteroids you won’t normally see in a horoscope along with the all-important Ceres, which shows a future role for Harry and Meghan’s son as a man of the world, world traveller and born foreign diplomat for Great Britain – but also the United States – as he was born with the right to two passports.”
The astrologer also saw a link to the Queen’s late sister, Princess Margaret.
“The birth charts of Meghan Markle, as she was known before becoming Duchess of Sussex – and the late Princess Margaret – both show Chiron in Taurus, the sign of big charity fundraising and also extravagance,” Jessica continued. “Chiron really dominates Archie’s chart here. He has inherited that horoscope symbol from both, thanks to its sign, Taurus, being over-represented in his horoscope.”
Jessica also remarked that young Archie will likely be a globetrotter, much like the royal women in his family tree.
“This baby is a globetrotter, and aged around 12 and 24, will fly the flag for both America and Britain – but also embrace Commonwealth nations – like Africa. That’s the Sagittarius part of his chart, which also chimes with Princess Margaret’s horoscope.
“Harry’s mother, the late, great Princess Diana also had this Sagittarian streak in her chart. Africa was very dear to her and she made a huge difference there in her campaign against landmines. Harry’s son does pick up this globally aware, world-citizen streak in his chart, along with the ‘Margaret’ factor.”
While it was originally suggested that the Sussexes might move to Africa for a few years once the baby was born, instead the family have upped and left for LA after a short stint in Canada.
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