Virgo season ranges from August 22 to September 23, and Prince Harry’s birthday falls within this season on September 15, 1984. Prince Harry is a Virgo, and a common trait of this star sign is to want to help others as much as possible, which the Prince has seemingly tried to do a lot throughout his life. After meeting Prince Seeiso of Lesotho during his gap year, Prince Harry founded ‘Sentebale’ in Lesotho in 2006, a charity to help vulnerable children and young people in the country.
The Prince created the Invictus Games in 2014 for wounded, injured and sick Servicemen and women to compete in an international sporting event.
Harry also joined forces with Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge in 2017 to form the charity ‘Heads Together’ to tackle the stigma of mental health.
After stepping down as a senior member of the Royal Family, Prince Harry has taken on a few roles, including becoming chief impact officer at BetterUp in March 2021.
With this role, Harry will have input into product strategy decisions and charitable contributions, as well as speaking publicly about topics related to mental health.
Jessica Adams, a professional astrologer who offers online free daily horoscopes, has spoken exclusively to Express.co.uk about whether or not Prince Harry demonstrates the natural traits of a Virgo.
Jessica said: “Prince Harry is typical of his sign, Virgo, as this is the sign of duty first.
“It is common in the horoscopes of men who serve in the army, air force or navy.
“The true Virgo is fit and healthy, fond of sport and body-conscious.
“Harry’s involvement in The Invictus Games is a classically Virgo pursuit.
“Even his wife Meghan is involved in health drink investments with the ‘Clevr’ oat milk brand endorsed by Oprah.
“Virgo is ruled by Mercury, the Messenger of the Gods and is also associated with authors and public speakers.
“Harry is now committed to both, as he is penning his autobiography as well as continuing his role as a public speechmaker.
“Happy Birthday Harry.”
It is unknown whether or not Harry will return to the UK to celebrate his birthday with his brother and father.
The most probable likelihood is Harry will remain in Los Angeles with his wife Meghan Markle, 40, his son Archie, two, and his three-month-old baby girl Lilibet.
Prince Harry recently appeared at the 2021 GQ Men of the Year Awards to make a speech where he spoke out against “mass-scale misinformation that creates vaccine hesitancy” during the coronavirus pandemic.
There are also reports that Meghan and Harry are currently planning to return to the UK so the Queen can meet her new great-granddaughter Lili.
Prince Harry and his older brother William will also reunite soon for the upcoming program, ‘Prince Philip: The Family Remembers’, which will feature all eight of Queen Elizabeth’s grandchildren as they pay tribute to their late grandfather.