This is how compatible Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are based on their star signs...

Publish Date
Wednesday, 16 May 2018, 12:10PM

Can you believe the royal wedding is only three days away?!

The wedding cake flavour has been chosen, the floral bouquets are being assembled, and the chatter about who will walk Meghan Markle down the aisle is, well, still ongoing.

But with all the scrutiny Prince Harry and the former 'Suits' actress are currently under, we thought we'd look to the stars to see if their relationship is one that's built to last...

And astrologically speaking, their relationship is a sure thing.

Prince Harry, who was born on September 15, 1984, is a Virgo.

While Meghan, born August 4, 1981, is a Leo.

Which makes them a pretty compatible combo.

Astrologer and psychic medium, Suzie Kerr Wright says: "Their sun signs fall one after the other so they're not necessarily a good or bad match. However, I haven't seen such beautiful synastry in a long time."

What's synastry, you ask?

According to, Synastry is a specific astrological practice meant to lend clarity to a couple's potential compatibility. An astrologer will put a couple's birth charts on top of one another, so that it looks like their respective planetary placements are all on the same chart (this combined chart is referred to as the "composite chart"). Then the astrologer will analyse and compare the aspects (or angles) that form between the pairs of planets. For example, one person's moon might be directly across the chart from the other's moon, indicating that their moons are in opposition (a sign of potential tension).

In Harry and Meghan's case, their composite chart suggests that they're a good match.

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However, no synastry reading would be complete without a few complications. 

"Meghan's Libra moon indicates that she is sociable and a peacemaker. She needs to hash out problems by talking through them," says Wright. "Prince Harry's moon, on the other hand, is exalted or comfortable in Taurus, which means that he's more practical and less comfortable with change."

And there's a "particularly powerful" aspect between Markle's Mars and Prince Harry's Venus, which shows strong sexual attraction, but it also can indicate argumentativeness and conflict.

"Children will come pretty quickly although at the end of 2019, there may be some confusion about a child," says Wright.

But as parents, Meghan and Harry may initially struggle to balance parenthood, philanthropy, and other professional endeavors.

"His Taurus Moon may also make him a bit jealous or resentful of her separate endeavors and she may feel a bit restricted by his watchful eye," says Wright.

Regardless, Wright is one hundred per cent confident the royal couple is the real deal.

"I can't stress at how beautiful a union this really is," says Wright. "Even better, any issues I'm seeing in their relationship are completely workable."

Meghan and Harry will on May 19 at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

The royal Wedding will be broadcast on TVNZ 1 from 9:05PM or live streamed at