Thursday, 3 January 2019

Kate and Meghan - Part 1

There's been a lot of fuss in the media recently regarding the alleged frosty relationship between Kate, Duchess Of Cambridge and Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex. So, are they really royal rivals or is this just the press whipping up a dust-storm? Here's their Synastry....

Looking at the connections between their natal charts it mostly seems harmonious. However, both have their natal Mars in a square aspect to each other. This planetary combination shows a lack of understanding between the two duchesses. There is probably quite a bit of tension. In their royal duties, they need to work independently as teaming up with each other would bring impatience, irritation, and arguments. Giving each other space to pursue separate interests will be very important. Provoking a reaction from each other could be a big problem. 

Meghan's natal Pluto is in a square aspect to Kate's natal Sun. Whatever happens, this relationship will have a powerful impact on both of their lives. Kate probably finds Meghan to be fascinating, intriguing, and even mesmerising. Meghan could sometimes feel threatened by Kate's displays of ego and pride. However she also has the ability to easily see Kate's strengths and vulnerabilities which, in turn, will make Kate feel defensive as she'll be aware that Meghan can see right through her.

This planetary combination of the Sun and Pluto shows that the nature of Meghan and Kate's relationship is very deep and hard to define, and unless they keep their distance from each other, there will likely be explosive moments between them. They could tend to draw out each other’s dark sides, and there may be battles of will between the two of them. Their connection to each other is very profound, and the challenges and drama produced by their relationship means it will become a particularly significant one.

Meghan's natal Pluto is also in a square aspect to Kate's natal Moon. This is a tough, emotionally intense aspect and as a result, the potential for many heated conflicts can arise.  It will be important for both of these women to accept their strong emotions and learn to process them in order to open up the honest communication which is sorely needed. This planetary combination symbolises fascination tinged with fear. 

With Meghan's natal Pluto in a square aspect to Kate's natal Nodes, there will be a sense of uneasiness and hesitance between the two women, and like the Pluto/Moon connection, it also represents fear and fascination.  This aspect will bring challenges and obstacles with much tension and friction

Meghan's natal Pluto is conjunct Kate's natal Saturn. This planetary combination indicates two people who chained together for some reason - in this case because of the restraints of royal duty and the fact that their husbands are brothers. Kate feels threatened by Meghan and Meghan feels blocked by Kate. If the two duchesses can overcome their emotional insecurity and unite together, they could, in the future, become a force to be reckoned with. 

Kate's natal Mars is in a square aspect to Meghan's natal Midheaven. This combination has the potential for Kate to help Meghan make a success of her new role as a member of the Royal Family - but is Kate willing to do this, or is she too fiercely competitive? 


Kate's natal Saturn and Pluto are in a square aspect to Meghan's natal Ascendant. This indicates that she could bring Meghan a much-needed sense of structure and stability. However, she could also be a very restrictive influence in Meghan's life. Kate will either be transforming or destructive. These two could have a ruthless attitude towards each other resulting in drastic upheavals and power struggles.

With Kate's natal North Node conjunct Meghan's natal Ascendant there would have been an immediate and powerful connection between the two women. They were brought together by fate and a real empathy is possible. These two women are very aware that they are on some kind of path together. They have a mutual investment in one another’s growth, whether they realise it or not, and need to make more effort in moving forward together in life. Like it or not, both of them will be responsible for the future success - or otherwise - of the British Monarchy.

12 comments:

  1. Great to see an article which actually analyses this relationship. Very interesting.

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  2. Kate is not as sweet as she seems. I mean, if you want to marry into the royal family, if you choose that life for yourself and your future children, you must be extremely ambitious. Kate hung around for 10 years, earning herself the nickname 'Waity Katy' by the press. A very steely and determined young woman. Don't be fooled by that smile.

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    1. Let's face it, both women are steely, determined and ambitious. Sweet, modest girls - apart from Diana - don't push themselves forward the way they have done.

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    2. I agree. I don't know why anyone would want to enter into that particular lifestyle, let alone inflict it upon their children. I guess they see it as a fast-track to fame and fortune, but unlike becoming famous and wealthy through your own talent, it's a very restrictive existence - no freedom, no choice.

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    3. Completely agree, Sue. Given what happened to Diana, I'd be seriously worried if my daughter wanted to marry into that family.

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    4. When you boil it down to basics, this feud is just what happens in most families. We all have relatives who don't get on. There's no rule, even in the royal family, that says everyone has to like each other.

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    5. In my opinion, Kate has had it all her own way for too long and she's jealous. For 7 years she was the only daughter-in-law of Prince Charles. Her children were his only grand-children and Harry followed Kate and William around like a lost puppy. Now Harry has a wife and a baby on the way. Charles adores Meghan.

      William and Kate will always have the upper hand because of their status as heirs to the throne but they can't compete with Harry and Meghan who are much more popular with the public.

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  3. Yet again, another great article! Assuming that there is a kernel of truth to these rumors (i.e. there's some tension between Kate/Meghan, William/Harry, etc.), I sense that it may all be pointless if the monarchy doesn't survive after the Queen eventually passes away. I have a hard time seeing anyone after Charles reaching the throne (because the throne will no longer exist) but I could be wrong.

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    1. Thank you. I agree 100% with what you say.

      These two couples (Cambridge and Sussex) will have to adopt a more mature and responsible attitude because when the Queen passes away and Charles becomes King, he will require them all to step up and assist him in his new role.

      Also, if there was to be a twist of fate and Charles died before his mother, then we'd have King William much sooner than expected. I can't see him being ready for the throne at all.

      It might be better if Charles was the last monarch.

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    2. Sue, have you seen a "twist of fate"?

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    3. No, not specifically. Mainly because I haven't had time to study all the relevant royal charts. My comment was just a personal observation.

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