Meghan Markle goes back to her roots.

Something about Meghan

Markle’s great-uncle, Mike Markle was an amateur genealogist and he investigated the Markle line.  Markle discovered that their paternal great-great-great-grandmother was New Hampshire landowner Mary Hussey Smith (1823–1908), a descendant of nobleman John Hussey, 1st Baron Hussey of Sleaford, who was beheaded in 1537 at the order of King Henry VIII because he was a closet Catholic (like the Prince of Wales’s wife Camilla who can never have the title of queen because of her faith).    The Baron’s genealogical chart is here

Through Lord Hussey, Markle is a descendant of King John and a descendant of Captain Christopher Hussey, Esquire (d.1686) who was appointed in 1679 by King Charles II to govern the Royal Province of Hampton, New Hampshire. He was a Founding Father of the island of Nantucket.

Markle believe it or not is a distant relation of Prince Harry. Their common ancestors are Elizabeth Bowes (1505–c.1572) and her husband, Richard Bowes, son of Sir Ralph Bowes of Streatlam Castle and High Sheriff of County Durham—ancestors of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother (née Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon).

Markle’s maternal great-great-great grandfather was a slave on Georgia plantations before being emancipated with the abolition of slavery in 1865.

Today, November 27, 2017 was officially engaged to Harry, the second son of the Prince of Wales. Her engagement ring was designed by Prince Harry was made by Cleave and Company, Court Jewellers and Medallists to Her Majesty The Queen. The pair, who became engaged quietly earlier this month, will marry in spring 2018 and live at Nottingham Cottage at Kensington Palace, where Harry currently lives. It is unknown if he will retain his Duke’s title or become the Earl of Sussex.  If he choses the latter, Markle will return to her Sussex roots.

Below is our proposed Markle chart. Her actual time is unknown.

We rectified this to the best of our ability & believe it works because of the preponderance of Ninth House planets, as well as two planets in the Seventh House  —  the first Mercury  for fellow Hollywood husband, Trevor Engleson and the second, her Sun for Harry. This is a lipped bowl that is heavily biased in the South, with the handle, how she gets her life together in her Sixth-Seventh Houses of work and partnering. The scoop is in Neptune in the Eleventh House, which incidentally is how she met her Prince, through an across the pond, female friend.

The wedding is announced for the Spring. We wish the happy couple all the best.


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