Prince Harry ‘follows in Diana’s footsteps’ in important Royal trait claims unusual source
PRINCE HARRY is following in the footsteps of Princess Diana in his “dedication” towards “helping others and those who are in need” according to Gary Marwick, one of the UK’s most eminent palm readers.
Mr Marwick, who claims to have read over twenty thousand palms during a twenty year career, adds that according to his reading, the Prince possesses “physical courage” and is an “adventurer”.
He told Express.co.uk: “Harry follows in his mother’s footsteps.
“Throughout Harry’s life he will always be dedicated towards helping others and those who are in need, both individually and in groups.
“His hand shows, as do some of the other Royals hands, that Harry may also hold back his emotions at times, but he will give much to others.”
Like his mother, Prince Harry is well known for his charitable activities, which have included founding the Sentebale charity in 2006 to help children suffering from HIV/AIDS and launching the Invictus Games for injured service personnel.
Princess Diana was a prominent campaigner on behalf of victims of HIV/AIDS, landmines and cancer.
However, according to Mr Marwick, his mother also left a more physical mark on the Prince.
He explains: “On Harry’s right hand there is a mark or scar showing, where it indicates that something significant happened and changed his life at an early age.
“This was most likely the death of his mother.”
Princess Diana was killed in a Paris car crash on August 31 1997, when Prince Harry was just twelve years old.
Mr Marwick went on to detect a number of other personality traits from Prince Harry’s palm.
He said: “Harry’s hand shows that he has physical courage, and possibly a little aggression at times.
“It shows that even though he will always return home, Harry can easily spend time away from home in other countries as an adventurer.”
By contrast, his elder brother Prince William “will always appreciate being home after returning from his travels”.
Prince Harry served two tours of Afghanistan, in 2007-8 and 2012, although the first was cut short after it was reported by foreign media.
He was the first Royal to serve in a conflict zone since Prince Andrew during the Falklands War.
Mr Marwick also believes he can determine key points in the Prince’s life from his palms.
He explains: “On Harry’s hands, it shows he really became independent in his late twenties, possibly around the age of twenty-eight years old.
“This was perhaps an emotional time for him with making decisions in his life regarding family, friends and relationships.
“There will be a significant change, which will affect Harry’s life, which will take place in his late forties.”
Mr Marwick in a third generation palm reader, following the path set by his mother and grandfather.
As well as his consultancy work he has made numerous media appearances, including on Sky TV and BBC Radio 4.
Source: EXPRESS CO UK