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I'm a psychologist – what your favourite royal family member says about you, Kate Middleton means you have a steely side | The Sun
THE KING's Coronation will take place tomorrow, which means we will be seeing a lot of royal faces out celebrating.
We all know we have our favourites – from the steadfast Queen Elizabeth II to cheeky Prince Louis, and psychologist Emma Kenny speaks exclusively to Fabulous to reveal what your favourite Royal Family member says about you.
The Princess of Wales is well loved by members of the public for her impeccable dress sense, motherly ways and devotion to the job.
Emma says: "Your family is everything and you place everyone else’s needs above your own, even when this is at a cost to your own happiness and wellbeing.
"You are sensitive and thoughtful, but there is a steely side to your nature and should someone break your trust your ability to freeze them out is second to none.
"Those loved by you count themselves very lucky as they will always be your priority, and you will rarely, if ever let them down."
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For those who are invested in the future king's moves, it might mean you're big on analysing every outcome before making a decision.
Emma says: "You are a perfectionist by nature and you care deeply about getting things right.
"You tend to think carefully about your actions as opposed to being impulsive, or spontaneous as you feel that prevention is better than harm.
"You are certainly not a walk over and will speak your mind when provoked, but you prefer to avoid conflict and instead focus on solutions as opposed to problems."
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