Princess Diana’s former astrologer says that Kate Middleton is a “steadying force” for Prince William. Debbie Frank worked with the late princess for eight years and had regular contact with her. She speaks to Yahoo UK's royal correspondent Danielle Stacey, about what the royals’ star signs reveal about their relationships. Kate is Capricorn, while William is Cancerian. Speaking on 'The Royal Box,' Ms Frank says: "Kate and William are opposite, they say opposites attract. I think he needs his own rock, his own steadying force and I think that’s really what Kate is for him." Meghan is a Leo, while Harry is a Virgo. Ms Frank says: "Harry is a Virgo and they love to do things for other people. So they actually make quite a good couple in a way, it’s earth and fire. "He’s a bit more like the royal servant, even though he is a royal prince, but he would love to do everything he can for, he’s very devoted."
With a wardrobe of tuxedos and a glamorous social calendar, Prince William is living rather like a real life James Bond. The Duke of Cambridge has interned at security service MI5, secret intelligence service MI6 and GCHQ, according to Kensington Palace.
Rumours of a feud between the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex began to circulate, shortly after it was announced that Meghan and Harry would be moving to Frogmore Cottage. With various reports of tensions between the brothers and a fall-out between the sisters-in-laws, it's had everyone analysing their every move. One royal author Anna Pasternak speaks to Yahoo UK's 'The Royal Box' about why she thinks that rumours of a royal rift are true.
The Duchess of Cornwall has divided the public's opinion of her over the years. While she has been embraced more, she still only ranks as the 10th most popular royal in a recent survey. Royal commentator Victoria Arbiter tells us why she thinks the public should cut her some slack on The Royal Box.
Mental health is one of Prince William and Prince Harry's main priorities within their charity work. Their Heads Together campaign has helped to start a national conversation, but has also allowed them on a personal level, to speak about their own experiences. Historian Kate Williams speaks to The Royal Box about the royals being more open and despite their privilege, how they can suffer too.