William and Kate face ‘issues arising’ over ‘misunderstandings’, says astrologer
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Kate Middleton is to face a major change in her life and will allegedly see issues for her and Prince William's relationship, according to an astrologer.
The Duchess of Cambridge, 40, and William may have been married for 11 years but their relationship will be under the spotlight more than ever as they prepare to become the Prince and Princess of Wales.
In recent years, the pair have taken on more duties than ever and even introduced their children into life as working royals.
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But astrologer Emili Adame predicts that the couple will face troubles over the course of the next summer period, according to an interview with royal expert Kinsey Schofield from To Di For Daily.
Emili said: "I do see issues arising in his marriage with Kate Middleton, between August of this year and into 2023.
"There will be a lot of misunderstandings between the two and personal disappointments.
"These two will need to work out their issues because they will be growing apart on some level, but they will find their way back to each other on a deeper level and will be together for the rest of their lives."
Emili continued: "I also see a change coming and Kate's life and family.
"This will compound the personal issues that she is already having, it feels like a loss."
William and Kate hit the headlines recently as the future Monarch's unveiled their first official portrait together, which artist Jamie Coreth crafted as a gift to the people of Cambridgeshire.
Known for her savvy mind and recycling outfits, Kate wore an emerald green dress valued at £1,600 that she had previously worn during a royal visit to Ireland in 2020.
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Elsewhere, the couple are set to wave goodbye to their family home in Kensington Palace and move to the Windsor estate to be closer to William's gran, the Queen, 96.
Currently, the family reside in the lavish 20-room Apartment 1A in Kensington Palace but William and Kate are keen for their children to attend the same school, close to Windsor.
It's believed the family will reside in Adelaide Cottage, which has been a "grace and favour" residence for royal pals for the past six decades and underwent major renovations in 2015 and has some elaborate decorations, including a ceiling covered with gilded dolphins and a rope decoration in the master bedroom.
A source recently told The Sun: "Finding a way to make Adelaide Cottage work seems to be the best and only option. There are issues with all the other houses, so Adelaide will be the favourite."
The property was most recently the home of Simon Rhodes, the Queen's second cousin, until his death in 2016.
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