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KATE & WILLIAM: Numerology Reveals the Life and Destiny of the Royal Couple – What Does the Future Hold for Kate and Prince William?

WHEN WILL KATE AND WILLIAM HAVE THEIR FIRST CHILD?

WILL THE NEW ROYAL COUPLE BE HAPPY?

Billions of people watched the Royal Wedding in Jolly Old England.

The solemn ceremony in Westminster Abbey and the followup balcony kiss enthralled romantics around the world.

Kate Middleton and HRH Prince William, the elder son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, grandson of Queen Elizabeth, and eventual heir to the thrones of the United Kingdom, Canada, and other Commonwealth countries, gave the world an uplifting Fairy Tale story.

After the wedding, Prince William and Duchess Kate’s royal reception at Buckingham Palace was truly a night to remember. Prince Harry reportedly made a joke about William wearing a thong under his uniform in the day. He made fun of how romantic William has been with Kate, and said that he knew it was a serious relationship with Kate when William, who “does not have a romantic bone in his body, started being romantic.”

The newlyweds had their first dance to “Your Song” by Ellie Goulding.

Newly wed Prince William and his wife Kate Middleton had to change their plans for a honeymoon trip to Kenya after being warned by the British Secret Service that the Pentagon was launching a raid to get Osama bin Laden.

Of all the other news items that have appeared since, one of the most exciting is Master Numerologist Blair Gorman’s newly released Numerological Life Path Report on the entire Royal family, with emphasis on Prince William and his new bride, Kate.

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How is a person’s Life Path discovered?

This is calculated in four steps:

Add up the digits in your month of birth (if more than one digit)
Add up the digits in your day of birth (if more than one digit)
Add up the digits in your year of birth.
Add up the answers from (1), (2), and (3) above.

With all the above calculations, a numerologist keeps adding until he or she ends up with a single digit, or an 11 or 22 (which are special cases in numerology, known as “Master Numbers.”

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