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Queen to ‘pass more responsibility’ to younger royals this year, expert claims
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The Queen has a huge year ahead of her as she prepares to celebrate her 95th birthday and 68th year on the throne.
She is only five years away from becoming the longest-reigning monarch of all time.
After the sudden death of her father in 1952, Queen Elizabeth II ascended the throne at the young age of 25.
Royal astrologer, Debbie Frank, predicts the younger royals could be set to take on more of the Queen's high profile roles in 2021, reports the Express.
In her recent Christmas Day speech, the monarch reflected on the past year and spoke of her pride in the nation.
She said: "In the United Kingdom and around the world, people have risen magnificently to the challenges of the year, and I am so proud and moved by this quiet, indomitable spirit."
However, it seems she could be parting ways with a number of royal duties this year, according to the astrology expert.
Writing for HELLO, Ms Frank said: "Turning 95 in April is a huge milestone birthday and the Queen's Spring stars are when joyful Jupiter makes a celebratory fly-past of her own Jupiter and Mars.
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"Saturn also opposes her Moon, signifying a great marker point in her reign and a completion which could mean she will pass over some of the responsibilities to the younger royals."
Ms Frank also said Prince Charles is set to carve "out further definition to his public role early in the year", and the Duchess of Cornwall's "place in the firm is being re-defined by extra duties."
Whereas Prince William can expect an 'astrological mid-life crisis', writes the expert, where he will "re-evaluate his role and values in life".
2021 for The Duchess of Cambridge could be one of Kate's most 'demanding years', causing radical change to her pattern of life, Ms Frank writes.
For Meghan Markle, the astrologer claims she will have a powerful platform through partnerships with organisations, but there are "complications that filter through into her relationship with Prince Harry".
Whereas, Prince Harry will be trying to find his feet, according to the stars, as the "excitement of letting go of old restrictions wears off."
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