All the Signs Prince William Will Take A ‘Significant Turn’ Towards the Crown in 2020
Prince William had a packed schedule for 2019 and might be set for an even busier year ahead. Debbie Frank, an expert astrologist, believes that the Duke of Cambridge will experience a “significant turn” towards the crown in 2020. This includes starting several projects that will later become important parts of his reign. Here’s a quick look at all the signs that point towards Prince William taking a “significant turn” towards the crown.
Prince William looks to shoulder greater responsibilities
Frank believes that 2020 will be a big year for William because there is a solar eclipse scheduled on his 38th birthday. In the world of astrology, eclipses represent big changes in people’s lives.
According to Express, Frank argues that part of these changes will be adding more responsibilities to William’s plate in 2020. Considering how William was very busy this past year, adding more to his schedule will be a difficult feat.
“William will also be shouldering greater responsibilities this year,” Frank shared. “We can expect him to begin a range of ventures that will become central to his stewardship of the crown.”
Prince William is currently second in line to the throne following his father, Prince Charles. There has been a lot of talk about Queen Elizabeth retiring in the coming years, so it makes sense that William would start preparing for a change in the monarchy.
When Charles ascends to the throne, William will take his place as the new Prince of Wales. The title comes with a lot more responsibility, including running the royal family’s Duchy of Cornwall.
A look back at Prince William’s 2019
While it sounds like 2020 will be a busy year for William, he accomplished a lot in 2019 as well. This includes a tour of Pakistan, which was the first time a royal has visited the region in over a decade.
During their stay in Pakistan, William and his wife, Kate Middleton, rubbed elbows with the country’s prime minister, Imran Khan, as well as the President of Pakistan, Arif Alvi.
Throughout the year, Prince William also did a lot of charitable work in the United Kingdom. He helped raise awareness of mental health issues with his project, Heads Up, and continued work with homeless people in the area.
William and Kate, of course, also enjoyed the first birthday of their youngest son, Prince Louis, whom they welcomed in the spring of 2018.
What about his feud with Prince Harry?
Prince William has yet to comment on his plans for 2020, though Frank is confident that his path will continue to diverge from his brother, Prince Harry.
William and Harry have fought feud rumors all year long, and the Duke of Sussex confirmed that their relationship has taken a hit in the documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey.
As far as Frank is concerned, she predicts that William and Harry will not make amends in 2020. Instead, she believes they will continue to grow apart as Harry seeks to build a life of his own with Meghan Markle.
“There remains tension at the heart of the family,” Frank added.
In the documentary, Prince Harry revealed that he and Prince William do not communicate like they used to and that they have experienced some ups and downs in recent years. We can only hope that their relationship gets better next year, but if Frank is correct, that will not be the case.
King William V
When it comes to William taking another step towards the crown, many royal watchers are curious about which title he will receive once he takes the throne.
As is the case with most members of the royal family, William’s titles will likely change over the years. He was born with the title, His Royal Highness Prince William of Wales, and was given a bunch more when he tied the knot with Kate.
Prince William currently has the titles of His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, the Earl of Strathearn, and the Baron Carrickfergus. He will eventually get the title of the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cornwall, but not until Charles inherits the crown.
Once Prince William takes the throne, he will be officially known as King William V. The last person to take on this title was King William the IV, who took over things before Queen Victoria and reigned between 1831 and 1837.