Prince Harry is ‘restless and craving independence’, says Diana’s astrologer

Prince Harry is “restless” and “craving independence” as he looks to move on from his old royal life, a royal astrologer has claimed.

Debbie Frank, Princess Diana's astrologer and confidante, has revealed how the Duke of Sussex is struggling to leave his old life behind as he feels “awkward” in new life.

Harry and Meghan Markle, along with children Archie and Lilibet, are currently living in the US having left working royal life but according to Debbie, the prince is still adjusting.

She says Harry is still going through an “internal process” and this will involve a lot of “soul-searching” over a number of years.

This will be particularly difficult when the royals come together to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

Speaking to Hello!, Debbie said: “The Jubilee celebrations are a time when communication with his family counts and he feels awkward and out of step.

"This is followed by an incoming cycle of upheaval when Harry wishes to carve out even more of his own space. He's in the mood to make radical decisions and liberate himself from anything he finds restrictive and he's wanting to break through rather than toe the line over the next few years.

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"Restless and craving independence, he's full of surprises."

Debbie was speaking as she gave her 2022 predictions for what the year will hold for Harry.

She believes the Duke of Sussex is eager to make his mark in the New Year but she suggests a “go-slow” approach and for Harry to be patient.

Next year is already set to be busy for Harry with his memoir expected to be released, but it is unknown whether it will be before or after the Queen’s jubilee celebrations.

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Richard Kay, Daily Mail's editor-at-large, claims Prince Charles is very concerned about what could be published in the book.

He said: ”They have on the horizon the prospect of Harry's autobiography or memoir – we don't know what's going to be in it.

"But we do know he has spent some time digging into his mother's relationship with his father.

''They must be dreading the publication of that book and what it will mean."

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