Astrologists to the stars Tali and Ophira Edut – aka the AstroTwins – charted out his year for PEOPLE, predicting what's next for him, wife Kate and 11-month-old son Prince George. Here's what they had to say:
A Playmate for George?
While they may not be expecting at the moment, William and Kate could be expanding their family soon. "Expansive Jupiter will be in his eighth house for most of 2015, which rules reproduction," the AstroTwins say. "A little sibling for George could certainly be on the way next year."
An Even Closer Relationship with Kate
Between stately duties, philanthropic work and fatherhood, the prince has had a busy year. But the AstroTwins say there's some major bonding time on the horizon for William and his wife. "Jupiter in this intimate zone could see the couple becoming more private," Ophira says, adding that they could "find ways to escape the spotlight for some much-needed bonding, especially since the royal duties and new parenthood have probably added a strain."
A New Sister-in-Law?
Prince Harry may have parted ways with girlfriend of two years Cressida Bonas, but the royal family might welcome another royal bride sooner rather than later. "With expansive Jupiter going into Virgo, Prince Harry's 12th house of soulmates, the royal bad boy could finally find the woman of his dreams," the AstroTwins say.
A Book Deal?
Growing up royal has to come with some pretty serious stories, and Prince William might choose to share them with the world this year. "With innovative Uranus in his third house of writing and communication, he could pen his own story," the twins say. As for the possible memoir's focus? "[His] Sun and Moon are both in Cancer, the sign of the mother, so it could be reflections about Princess Diana and her legacy."
The prince already does his fair share of philanthropy, but we could see him amp up his charitable efforts this year. "Saturn will be in his 11th house of humanitarian affairs, crossing over his natal Uranus of the holidays," the AstroTwins say. "Like his mother, Diana, he might take a more active or leading role in human rights issues."