PRINCE WILLIAM has had a very busy 2019 and things are looking up for the future King as a huge turning point is set come for him in 2020, according to an astrologer.
Royal stargazer Debbie Frank revealed how next year William will start some new ventures to help him on his journey to the crown. Writing in The Sun, she said: “During 2019, William repositioned himself as the steady, popular future king, rooted in family life.” Ms Frank claimed this “marked a contrast to Harry’s see-sawing public profile.”
This could add to underlying friction between the brothers.
The astrologer said: “There remains tension at the heart of the family.”
She claimed this could be down to a “defiant Uranus” in the most personal angle of William’s chart.
Ms Frank claimed his chart suggests there will be “no reconciliation with Harry any time soon”.
William will face a ‘hugely significant’ turning point (Image: Getty Images)
There could also be tensions amidst the Royal Family (Image: Getty Images)
The royal astrologer added: “William will also be shouldering greater responsibilities this year.”
She claimed this will be no easy feat for William.
Ms Frank said: “Part of his remit is to claw back the global adoration of the royals that surrounded the Queen in earlier years of her reign.”
On William’s 38th birthday, on June 21, there is due to be a solar eclipse.
William visited Kuwait and Oman (Image: Getty Images)
The astrologer claims this will mark a hugely significant turning point in Williams life.
She added: “Eclipses are renowned for triggering massive cycles.
“We can expect him to begin a range of ventures that will become central to his stewardship of the crown.”
The Duke has had many highlights this year which could indicate Ms Franks prediction for William’s 2020.
Kate and William visited Pakistan (Image: Getty Images)
Princess Charlotte started school this year (Image: Getty Images)
Earlier this year William embarked on on a royal tour to Pakistan with Kate, marking the first visit to the country in 13 years.
During the visit, they met with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Arif Alvi.
William then took a solo trip to Kuwait and Oman.
His itinerary intended to pay tribute to the historic ties Britain shared with the countries.
William joined George in his first official duty (Image: Getty Images)
The Duke also took on more responsibilities to prepare for his future role.
He became patron of The Passage, a homelessness charity he visited with his mother Princess Diana when he was a child.
William also continued his work on mental health with the launch of Heads Up, in association with The Football Association.
The Duke and Kate also celebrated a number of milestones with their children, including Prince Louis’ first Birthday.
As well as this the couple saw Princess Charlotte off on her first day at school.
William also joined Prince George in his first official duties with Prince Charles and the Queen in making Christmas puddings.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK