London - If ever we needed a sign of a new era or new beginning, it came with the arrival of Harry and Meghan’s baby earlier this month.
Sunrise is always an auspicious time to arrive on planet Earth but, since the Sun represents royalty, it is particularly significant for the baby.
To underscore the importance of the event, excitable, fiery Mars aligned opposite enthusiastic Jupiter. Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born with lots of cosmic attention – a good indication he will enjoy life in the public eye.
The Sun and his Ascendant, or Rising Sign, make him a double Taurus, the zodiac sign known for its resilience. It seems his newest-Royal-Highness won’t like it when he doesn’t get his own way.
Yet he won’t be resistant to change. He’s one of the first of a new generation of Taureans who are born with forward-thinking Uranus in their birth sign. He is more likely to be an innovator than a traditionalist.
His ruling planet is Venus, the planet of love – so art, beauty and romance will captivate his soul and shape his destiny.
Taureans have high standards and revel in the pleasures expensive taste brings. With his connections to Hollywood royalty, he’ll have plenty of opportunities to show off his social skills. Since he shares his birthday with family friend George Clooney, there are already some fun birthday parties to look forward to.
He will be an adventurous soul. Jupiter is the planet of exploration and opportunity, while Mars is driven by courage. These two planets face each other in his birth chart with idealistic Neptune fusing their energies. This is a royal who will embark on life with hope, optimism and a ‘can do’ attitude.
With his Moon in Gemini, the young royal will be motivated by a need for independence while craving comfort and security.
This is someone who knows what they want and will be motivated to go out and get it. Whatever he decides to do, he will make it successful.
And, with his strong sense of natural justice, he will be able to use his charmed life and his passion for the good of us all.Daily Mail