Princess Kate to be ‘pillar of strength’, says celeb palm-reader

Celebrity palm reader, Gary Markwick, 70, believes Princess Kate has a “strong mind” and will be a “pillar of strength” to the current Royal Family, and future King – the Prince of Wales. Gary Markwick, who is based in North London, has studied over 30,000 palms and has been reading professionally for 23 years. The palmistry expert says he knew he had psychic abilities from a young age when his grandfather used to test his talents using psychic cards. His family were often in the media showcasing their skills, in the 1950s.

Analysing the palms of Princess Kate, the palm reading expert instantly sees how her personality benefits the Royal Family. He said: “Kate has a strong mind. She is very disciplined and practical and will continue to perform her duties in the present and well into the future. Kate is a very loyal person and will be vital in supporting the future King, Prince William.”

The palm-reading expert also describes Kate as someone that is “quiet but can be outspoken at times”.

Mr Markwick even describes a certain talent he sees Kate possess which has helped develop her character over time. He said: “Kate will take in information from those who have spoken to her kindly or unkindly and look at it logically, perhaps before answering.”

For the entire Royal Family, Mr Markwick sees them all entering a period of change from now and over the next two years. For King Charles, he thinks the Government and general public will want to see if he can carry out his duties like a “strong and dignified” sovereign. He believes King Charles has a certain “energy” behind him and this is also derived from his support network, including the strength of Princess Kate.

Studying the young royals who were initially labelled as the “Fab Four”, Mr Markwick also envisages that the group – Prince William, Princess Kate, Prince Harry and Meghan – needs to unite once more.

He said: “It’s time for them all to come together and become more mature. It’s difficult with families because you are always caught up with intricacies.”

The palmist believes the gift of readings and intuition works in a multitude of ways, and in his guidance to others, always encourages the individual to take full control of their thoughts and actions.

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At yesterday’s historic Coronation, the Princess of Wales showed she was ushering in a new age as she broke royal tradition with her outfit choice.

The King’s plans to modernise the Firm saw the royal women ditch tiaras in favour of different adornments, with Kate shining in a Jess Collett x Alexander McQueen Headpiece with silver bullion, crystal and silver threadwork three-dimensional leaf embroidery, matching with her daughter Princess Charlotte.

Her silk crepe dress was also Alexander McQueen and featured embroidery of a rose, shamrock, thistle and daffodil to represent each of the four Home Nations.

In a touching nod to her late mother-in-law, she wore a pair of diamond and pearl earrings that once belonged to Princess Diana.

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The Princess of Wales also paid tribute to the late Queen by wearing The George VI Festoon Necklace, a gift from King George VI for his daughter, then Princess Elizabeth.

Kate’s younger children Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis showed their excitement at the occasion in a video released by Kensington Palace yesterday evening showing the family’s behind-the-scenes moments.

The video is captioned simply: “What. A. Day. Thank you to everyone who made it happen #Coronation”.

One fan commented underneath: “It was a great coronation. You guys looked great. Prince George did a great job. Princess Kate and Princess Charlotte looked stunning. Especially Princess Charlotte’s ivory gown was very beautiful, Prince Louis held up well and Prince William made a very royal entrance.”

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