After a 2020 of ups and downs, studded with more than a headache for Queen Elizabeth (from the Megxit to the Epstein scandal involving the third son Andrea, ed) the year that has just begun promises to be more relaxed for the members of the Windsor household. A serenity that would also be written in the stars, as observed by astrologer Debbie Frank a Hello Magazine!, thanks to the departure of Saturn and the entry into a new era, that of Aquarius, which should bring changes and new light in everyone’s lives.
However, there is no need to disturb the sky to find certainties, because for His Majesty and family, 2021 already has more than one happy ending story ready to be told. In a few weeks he will be born the first royal baby of the year, son of Eugenie of York and Jack Brooksbank; top secret the month expected for the birth, but judging by the baby bump of the princess, it will be by spring. It will take a while to get to know the third child of Zara Phillips e Mike Tindall, already parents of two girls, Mia, 7 years old on January 17, and Lena, 2.
In April, on the 29th, they will celebrate ten years of marriage Prince William and Kate Middleton. No indiscretions, so far, about any celebrations, but usually, on certain occasions, there is no shortage of celebratory photos. Who knows if there will also be some surprises. The most beautiful would undoubtedly be the peace between the heir to the throne and his brother Harry. Before Christmas it seemed that the relations between them were more relaxed, but the recent launch of the Archewell website, with the reference to Lady Diana, was not seen well by William: that Harry made a bad mistake in the winding road to reconciliation?
Another highly anticipated event, Prince Philip’s birthday. Since 2017 she has led a private life, far from official commitments, but the sovereign would have in mind celebrations in grand style; after all, the candles are many, one hundred. And if in 2020 Filippo got away with just a lunch (thanks also to the Coronavirus emergency that forced him into isolation with his wife) this time a family reunion would seem inevitable, while it is still only a hypothesis the second marriage of Beatrice of York.
The princess, eldest daughter of Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson, has never loved the limelight and the low profile ceremony last May would not have been a fallback, but perfectly in line with her wishes. Royal watchers, however, do not lose hope of seeing her say a “yes” with great pomp in a spectacular dress.
The only major ceremony planned, for now, is for 2022, when Queen Elizabeth will celebrate her Platinum Jubilee. The sovereign is sure to reach the 75th anniversary of her reign, and the preparatory machine has already been put into operation. Better to get on with work and leave nothing to chance, only in this way the party can be said to be unforgettable.