Prince Harry faces ‘unstable’ 2023 and coronation will be a turning point, says Princess Diana’s confidante

We can’t deny that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have had a turbulent year as 2022 draws to a close, as you can see in our video below. The year 2023 isn’t going to get any calmer, though, if the stars are to be believed, as well as Harry’s mother Princess Diana’s highly respected astrologer Debbie Frank.


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Debbie claims that the couple’s shock over their new lives and roles in Los Angeles will last well into 2023, with Harry’s book Spare’s release being a particularly pertinent and significant time for him.

Through 2023, Debbie cautions, “Prince Harry’s stars are aligning in a rollercoaster formation for him.” “The dissident planet Uranus is uncomfortably positioned on his chart’s most intimate angle and his Moon, portending further family upheavals, unexpected moves, and a break with his former life.

Debbie explains, “Harry’s personal world appears to be far from settled and stable and he’s ready to make the final cut with his roots. “He struggles to control his restlessness, which makes him want to leave his current location and keep reinventing himself as an outsider to the royal family.


It looks like 2023 will continue be tumultuous for Harry


“Although he is the one setting off the shockwaves, those around him are also giving him a wake-up call. His life feels electrically charged and full of change in this cosmic environment.”

Debbie worries that the father of two may have a difficult time as the world prepares for the publication of his book in January. She warns that the timing of the publication in January is “very sensitive and could cause a backlash,” though the period that follows might provide Harry with the much-needed clarity.

After the first week of January, the veil is lifted for Harry, she says. “Harry has lived through a long period of grief and confusion with clouded perception.” Of course, the coronation of Harry’s father, King Charles, is also scheduled for the first quarter of 2019. Unsurprisingly, the younger prince is probably going to be greatly impacted by this.


The Duke and Duchess of Sussex got candid about their struggles with royal life in the Netflix docuseries “Harry and Meghan.”
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“His place in the hierarchy is spelled out by the eclipsed Full Moon around the time of the coronation,” says Debbie. “He will have to proceed. From June onward, new opportunities beckon, which he could take advantage of to expand his perspective and, more importantly, alter the course of the world for the better.”

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