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These Are the Zodiac Signs of Every British Royal Family Member

Do any share your star sign?

oyal Ascot, Day Three, UK - 21 Jun 2018
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Queen Elizabeth II: Taurus

The fact that Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her birthday twice can make it a little confusing to remember when she was born and what her zodiac sign is. Her actual birthday is April 21, but Her Majesty publicly celebrates her birthday in June during an event called the Trooping the Color. Being a Taurus means the Queen is dependable and understands the true value of money, which could help explain these 15 surprisingly frugal habits of the royal family—like reusing wrapping paper.

Princess Margaret - 1965
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Princess Margaret: Leo

Although she never became queen, Princess Margret’s zodiac sign is represented by the most regal animal of them all: a lion. Like the fearless lions of the jungle, Princess Margaret was known to change the aurora of the room—in a good way, of course. Her charming personality always made her presence known. And let’s not forget her magnificent morning routine that included breakfast in bed and an hourlong bath. Confused about who’s who in the royal family? Check out this easy chart explaining the entire royal family tree.

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Princess Diana: Cancer

If you find yourself turning to the most inspiring quotes from Princess Diana in times of need, it could be because her zodiac sign allowed her to be so in touch with people’s emotions. Though some might say Princess Diana could be moody, the emotional traits of Lady Di made her “the people’s princess.” Don’t miss these stunning, rarely seen photos of Princess Diana.

Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall visit Wales, UK - 04 Jul 2018
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Prince Charles: Scorpio

Compared to his ex-wife’s emotional Cancer traits, Charles’ zodiac sign makes him rather reserved with his emotions. Instead of wearing his heart on his sleeve like Diana might have, Charles doesn’t reveal what he’s thinking and reportedly likes structure and stability.

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Prince William: Cancer

The animal symbol of a Cancer is a crab, but Prince William is far from crabby. Cancers are known for being sensitive and hiding their emotions, and Prince William revealed that side of himself by locking away his emotions after his mother died.

Wimbledon Tennis Championships, Day 12, The All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, UK - 14 Jul 2018
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Duchess of Cambridge: Capricorn

Kate Middleton’s personality easily represents all those associated with being a Capricorn. As an earth sign and depicted by a grounded goat, Middleton embodies practicality. She hardly breaks royal protocols, except for one travel rule she and Prince William always break.

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Prince Harry: Virgo

Born right on the cusp of the Virgo season on September 15, Prince Harry rides the line when it comes to some distinct traits of a Virgo man. Common traits of a Virgo include being healthy, well organized, and practical. But we all know that Prince Harry’s life hasn’t always been the most organized, especially in his younger years when he caused a bit of trouble. His wife, Meghan Markle, seems to be a healthy influence, but the royal family isn’t done breaking rules. Check out these 12 times the royal family broke their own protocol.

Sentebale ISPS Handa Polo Cup, Berkshire Polo Club, UK - 26 Jul 2018
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Duchess of Sussex: Leo

Meghan Markle, the American actress known for ignoring some royal protocol since her marriage to Prince Harry, is undoubtedly a Leo woman. Like a lioness, the Duchess demands attention but in the most charming way. Plus, in her post-engagement BBC interview with Prince Harry, Markle seems rather loyal to her new husband, just like any Leo woman would be. Next, check out 50 things you didn’t know about the British royal family.