Meghan Markle ‘opened Harry’s eyes’ to ‘fulfil his potential’, says astrologer

Meghan Markle “opened” Prince Harry’s eyes and helped him “fulfil his potential”, a celebrity astrologer has claimed.

Aliza Kelly is the host of People TV’s Celebrity Astrology Investigation, which sees astrologers dig deep and reveal what’s written in the stars for celebrities.

During the episode broadcast in November, she read the Sussexes’ star charts and observed how the actress gave the Duke a different point of view.

She explained her findings: "The introduction of Meghan into his life opened his eyes because Meghan comes from such a different background.

"He started to see the world from a different point of view. This exposed his chart to a different perspective.

"He didn't have the scope to access his full potential without Meghan."

The astrologer added that the cosmic connection he had with his wife gave Harry the courage to leave royal life and he would never want to make things difficult for his family.

She said: "It was extremely meaningful for him to make the decision to step away from his family.

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"What he found out through Meghan is the infrastructure that he put his trust in his whole life, was actually broken.

"The system was broken and he did not know that until Meghan."

Kelly came to the conclusion that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex are "astrologically perfect" for each other.

Back in 2018, prior to the couple’s wedding, Princess Diana’s astrologer, Debbie Frank, predicted that 2021 would be a challenge for them and even seems to have foreseen their LA move.

Debbie also predicted how Meghan would struggle with royal life and being part of the Royal Family in a similar way to Princess Diana.

She added: "Diana ended up being very isolated in the Royal Family, and likewise Meghan won't have family close by.

"If she's having a tough time, she won’t have any immediate supporters so needs to form her own support network."

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