Prince Charles and Camilla: Expert reveals details of nickname
Leading royal astrologer Debbie Frank claimed the Duchess is likely to face “extra duties” as her place within the Royal Family is “re-defined”. Camilla married Prince Charles, heir to the throne, in 2005.
She had previously been married to army officer Andrew Parker Bowles with whom she had two children.
Writing in HELLO! Magazine, Ms Frank said: “Camilla is aware that despite Covid-19, her public role is becoming increasingly demanding.
“She is having to be more centre stage when she prefers to maintain her privacy.
“This struggle continues on from last year, with events forcing her hand.
“Her place in The Firm is being re-defined by extra duties”
The Duchess of Cornwall with Prince Charles
“Her place in The Firm is being re-defined by extra duties.”
The departure of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from frontline royal duty in 2020 has increased the workload for other leading members of the family.
Harry and Meghan said they want to become “financially independent” and have moved to California.
They attended their last engagement as senior royals, the 2020 Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey, in March.
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Charles and Camilla pictured on a hospital visit
According to Ms Frank Prince Charles will continue to face major challenges in 2021.
She said: “The King in waiting will be carving out further definition to his public role early in the year.
“Yet the unease and uncertainty of 2020 continue as Neptune, the planet of chaos, can wrong-foot his best-laid plans.
“He is not able to direct things as he might wish – particularly regarding issues with his sons.”
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“She is having to be more centre stage when she prefers to maintain her privacy”
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge pictured with their children
Charles was diagnosed with coronavirus in March 2020 and spent time recovering on the Queen’s Balmoral estate in Scotland.
The prince only reported mild symptoms and has since made a full recovery.
His eldest son, Prince William, also caught coronavirus during the spring but this wasn’t confirmed until November.
The Prince claimed this was because he didn’t want to cause undue public alarm.
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According to Ms Frank William could face a “mid-left crisis” in 2021.
She stated: “Although William is a Duke, he is not exempt from experiencing the astrological mid-life crisis which is part of the human condition.
“He will re-evaluate his role and values in life, eliminating what is no longer relevant.
“William will be displaying his passion, striking a chord with the public.”
Harry and Meghan stepped down as senior royals in 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge spent the first coronavirus lockdown at Amber Hall in Norfolk along with their three children.
They continued to carry out public engagements at first over Zoom, then in person again as the lockdown was relaxed.
On Monday Boris Johnson announced the UK is entering its third national lockdown to control the spread of coronavirus.