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Princess Diana's Astrologer Fears Bad Omen Around Royal Wedding

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Is Princess Diana's Engagement Ring a Bad Omen for the Royal Wedding?

Prince William wanted to ensure that his late mother, Princess Diana, would still be a part of his Royal Wedding to Kate Middleton. After presenting Kate with his mother’s famous diamond and sapphire engagement ring, there will also be a tribute to her during the wedding ceremony at Westminster Abbey.

Though many people believe it was a lovely gesture for Prince William to keep his mother’s memory alive, Princess Diana’s own personal astrologer, Penny Thornton, thinks that her involvement in the Royal Wedding may be a bad omen for the day.

Thornton said, “Am I the only person who thinks this is an unfortunate omen? Diana’s engagement and marriage brought nothing but misery, and it will be a powerful and constant reminder of her life and death. Far better surely, to have a spanking new ring, chosen with Catherine in mind, and Diana’s sapphire and diamonds made into another piece for her.”

Penny is also concerned about the date that the couple chose for their nuptials, April 29th. She said that she believes Prince William and Kate Middleton’s marriage will last, but added, “I don’t, however, think much of the day they have chosen. I talked about helping couples choose their wedding date so that it is both a reflection of who they are and the future of their marriage. In this case the moon is a little too close…so controversy and unexpected change will have its effect on their life together. Then again there is no such thing as a perfect marriage.”

Do you think that William and Kate should pay any attention to astrology when it comes to the success of their marriage?

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