Queen Elizabeth II, who just passed away, and her children Prince Louis, Princess Charlotte, and Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor are all born under the sign of Taurus.
While they may not actively seek it out, Taureans make excellent monarchs due to their opulent nature, royal cravings, and authoritarian demeanor.
As a species, bulls are resistant to change, so when the status quo benefits their own comfort—a key trump card for the crowned—they are all for keeping it.
Crowns were worn by kings and queens throughout antiquity, and they had strong links to sun cults and solar deities. As the sun also rules the fifth zodiac sign, Leo.
The connection between the two is particularly bright and enduring. Leo is also associated with the regal lion, which may be seen on the coat of arms of many rulers.
Leos are not afraid of the limelight and have a strong desire to be adored by complete strangers, all traits befitting a king or queen.
Capricorn, the sign of Princess Diana, controls the tenth house of public life, the traditional realm of the world's most powerful people.
Capricorn energy is dynastic because it signifies what will last and be passed down from generation to generation.
The incestuous, explosive, and utterly mad workings of royal family life are kept under wraps because the royal family prefers and typically ensures.