If you’re in line to be King of England, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have Leo, the royal sign, as your Ascendant. His Scorpio Sun-sign inclines to secrecy and the majority  of planets (eight to be exact) are on the bottom half of the chart. This is someone who wants to keep his private life private. But he is torn in two directions. Even if he weren’t the Prince of Wales, that Moon in his 10th house puts him in the public eye. And a Leo Ascendant does love attention, adulation and admiration. His 7th house (marriage) has Aquarius on the cusp (beginning) indicating an independent and unconventional marriage partner, someone who would not be likely to do what is “expected” of her. Charles has six planets in angular houses (houses 1, 4, 7, and 10) and four in succedent houses (2, 5, 8, and 11, the result houses). There are no planets in the cadent houses (3, 6, 9, and 12, the background houses). People with no cadent planets either have to start from scratch, over and over, or they are totally indifferent to their “background” and just take it for granted. A Prince doesn’t have to start anything from scratch. He’s a Prince. All that is taken care of for him. This leaves him free to go with his main concern, which is shown by that majority of planets in angular houses. He wants to stay in the here and now, whatever happens to catch his fancy at the moment.
 

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