Meghan Markle destined to ‘not conform’ and ‘be a leader’, says astrologer

Meghan Markle's sensational exit from the Royal Family was actually predictable as she was always destined to "not conform to society", according to an astrologer.

Speaking on Friday’s episode of the To Di For Daily podcast, celebrity astrologer Emili Adame explained exactly how Meghan and Prince Harry's dates of birth explain their actions in recent years.

Meghan was born August 4, 1981 making her a Leo sun sign with a charming Libra moon, whereas Harry was born on September 15, 1984 making him a practical Virgo sun with a grounded Taurus moon.

Emili described the royal couple as "soulmates" on account of the "energies", going on to explain how their north nodes – the ascending lunar nodes which supposedly hold the key to their destinies – put them on "very different" life paths.

She said: "Harry’s energy – his north node – is in Gemini so he has an energy to spread a message, he has a message to give to the collective.

"And then Meghan has a north node in Leo, which is to be famous, to shine, it’s to not conform to society, it’s to be a leader in some sort of realm of being noticed or well-known."

The astrologer added that both are "individualistic" and are on a path to finding their "own purpose", which perhaps explains why the pair stepped down from their roles as working royals and jetted off to America in 2020.

More recently, Harry made headlines by deciding not to return to the UK for Prince Philip's memorial service.

When asked about the "rebellious" nature of the couple, Emili said that they "absolutely look like wild cards".

Harry has visited his home country twice since leaving – once for the funeral of his grandfather and again for the unveiling of a statue in tribute to Princess Diana.

It remains unclear whether the Sussexes will return to the UK for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June, or when the extended family will get to meet their baby daughter Lilibet.

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