United Kingdom: Uncertainty over coronation of King Charles

Charles won’t ‘rule’ – ‘biggest shake-up for the monarchy in 248 years’ astrologer claims

The monarchy is heading for its “biggest shake-up” in 248 years, according to astrologer.

She claimed that King Charles’ upcoming coronation “will not go as planned”.

As it stands, King Charles is the UK monarch and Camilla the Queen Consort.

However, according to astrologer Jessica Adams, “Charles and Camilla will not rule”.

She spoke exclusively to Express about the alleged impending royal chaos.

King Charles’ coronation date is currently set as May 6, 2023, however the astrologer has predicted that plans may go awry.

Jessica previously told Express.co.uk to “expect a date change or cancellation”.

The coronation date was “announced on Mercury Retrograde and is set for Mercury Retrograde”.

Mercury is in retrograde when it appears to go backwards in its orbit, and it will occur from April 21 to May 14, 2023.

According to astrologer Emily Ridout, as reported by Readers’ Digest, Mercury Retrograde can cause complications around communication and travel, and it’s a time meant for reflection rather than action.

Jessica Adams also previously told Express.co.uk that the coronation is due to be on a Full Moon, which is “far from auspicious – if it ever comes to pass at all”.

Jessica also noted that the proposed date falls on Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor’s, fourth birthday.

The astrologer’s most recent predictions to Express.co.uk were as follows: “Even though monarchs have turned to astrologers for advice in the past (Dr John Dee and Elizabeth I, Charles II and William Lilly, Princess Diana, Debbie Frank and Penny Thornton) – it seems Charles has not.


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