The public is used to believing that it is on TV and in life. But the reality is that many famous people play one thing, but in fact they are completely different. The explanation is very simple - each of us has 12 "masks", which we put on in different circumstances, according to a natural mechanism. At home we are alone, at work - others, in partnership - still others, and when we act alone, we behave in a different, fourth way. In addition to masks, there is such a concept as the "core of the personality" - an inseparable set of qualities that a person has deep inside and determines the true motives of his behavior.
Armed with this knowledge, consider the beautiful and famous couple of Prince William and Kate Middleton. Let's start with the handsome prince. Does he have a dark side? From the outside, he is seen as a noble knight, benefactor and savior, brave and courageous, active and athletic. In marriage, he also wears the mask of a humble friend with whom you can laugh and chat. Actually, for this mask Kate fell in love with him. Nobility, ambition, ambitious goals, the need to save the world (what William absorbed with his mother's milk) and the qualities of a wonderful family man - all this really belongs to the personality of the prince. Where is the catch? It was also not without it.
In the absence of a flamboyant male role model, William always felt weak and overwhelmed by powerful, strong-willed women. And without a grandmother - Queen Elizabeth - it was not without. In this family, everyone knows who has the final say. The prince despises himself for this weakness, literally seethes with internal conflict, trying to assert himself in sports and war, literally proving to himself “I’m cool, I can overcome this obstacle”. But no war will remove the effect "I am weak, I know this, everyone knows this, and I am ready to strangle myself and all of them." Elizabeth's mild contempt for William's father only aggravates the matter: the refrain "man = rag" defines the prince's inner conflict and his smoldering resentment against his father, who never took place as the head of the family.
In full measure, the prince's impulsiveness, irritability and, to some extent, hysteria is manifested in personal relationships, because his chosen one, Kate, psychologically, to the point, mirrors grandmother Elizabeth: cold, rational, consistent, controlling, a person of result and a clear strategy. The balance of power in the prince's family looks like this. Kate, like a paver, crushes and imprisons William on all fronts, regulating his every step and putting his nose in every case. At first, the prince laughs it off and tries to negotiate, then resists, and then gets mad, because Kate considers herself always the most intelligent and correct. It can even go as far as assault, when words do not help. After each such outburst, Kate releases her grip for a moment. And then, like a boa constrictor, he resumes his craft. This happens unconsciously, just Kate's head gives the command to "build a good family", and her hands play a boa constrictor.
However, poor William is no stranger to - Queen Elizabeth has been doing the same all her life, and now she is read in her grandson's card as an active manipulator. It is because of her that William lives from birth in a lie and in conditions of a chronic lack of love. It was she, in the name of traditions and ritual, that the marriage of his parents was hastily concocted, in which Diana performed her role outwardly, as if performing a work duty, but in fact she loved the whole world much more than her family specifically. The unstable emotional contact with his mother and the developed habit of constantly trying to earn a woman's affection make William a chronic hostage of women.
Even in the cards of Kate and William's children, the roles of who their parents really are are clearly spelled out: dad is a kind, caring and emotional bear cub who bites himself on the paw and is therefore angry; Mom is a true mistress of the den, who tugs at the bear's cheeks and laughs in response to his whims, but in terms of energy and strong-willed qualities she surpasses her husband a hundredfold, so all real decisions are hers.
Where will all this lead? Is it really a divorce? Oh no, Kate is determined to be queen, and William will follow her will. And Kate's influence on the state will be several times higher than that of her husband-king: she will move away from the role of a modest mother of the future heirs to the throne and will carefully act from behind her husband, doing the same thing that Elizabeth II is now doing. And then we will finally see why she was not destined to become the new Queen of Hearts after the world-beloved Princess Diana.
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