Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Prince William is not like his father Prince Charles

A cursory glance at Prince William’s hand tells us that his hand resembles his father’s hand rather than his mother’s. The major features of William’s hand (which he shares with Prince Charles) are the large, broad palm with the developed mounts of Moon and Jupiter and to some extent, Mercury and Lower Mars. This means that like his father, Prince William is a good human being, fairly unselfish and broadminded, and also healthy, active and aggressive. The Mount of Moon gives them both a restlessness, and the penchant for travel.

However, Prince William’s hand is only superficially like his father’s. Prince Charles’ hands show that he goes to an extreme
in whatever he does, and this is shown by the colour and texture of his hand and the heavily developed mounts. Prince William’s hands with the controlled mounts reveal his balanced personality and a sensible and open-minded approach to issues. He is calmer than Charles, but also more vulnerable. Additionally, Prince William has more of the Mercurian qualities – a keen and sharp mind which can quickly and accurately evaluate situations and people.

Check out hand photos of his here and here.

Prince William has a more balanced Headline than either of his parents, showing a finer intelligence and better judgment. He is also very ambitious, revealed by the start of this Life Line.

William inherited a stubborn will from his father (thumb phalanges) and this could possibly be a Windsor trait, but it was a pleasant surprise to see that this trait has not been developed in William. It is shown on his right passive hand (William is left handed) but on his left active hand the quality has decreased considerably. He has become more reasonable and more accepting of other people’s views, although he remains a little stubborn.

There are other ways in which William has changed. He had inherited a controlling nature (yes, like his father’s) as well as cynicism and a critical nature (this is not pronounced in Charles although present) but both these qualities (shown by the shape of his fingers) have been diluted considerably. William’s own determination and values would have changed him.

The shorter than normal Saturn finger is a sign common in the hands of both father and son, and shows a lack of tenacity of purpose and a casual attitude to life. Princess Diana did not have this sign.

It’s not as if William did not inherit any personality characteristic from his mother. He seems to have inherited her highly passionate nature, and sex appeal. His Heartline is remarkably similar to his mother’s. He also inherited some amount of business ability from Diana, but this trait is not evident on his active hand.

Prince William is also more articulate (good Mercury finger) than his parents. He did not inherit his expressive ability from either of his parents, but developed it purely on his own steam.

There is a break in William’s Headline around the age of 12/13, and this shows a mental shock at that age. This coincides with his mother’s death. I noticed this sign in only one photograph as most of the photographs of Prince William’s hands are blurred and do not show the lines clearly. I do not usually comment on signs which are not confirmed by several photographs, but this sign seems fairly clear. The absence of this sign does not mean that the prince was not shocked at Diana's death, but the presence of it shows that it made a very deep impact.

(The sketch of Prince William's hand is made by me)

Related Reading: The hand analysis of the Princess of Wales, Lady Diana or or Kate Middleton and the hands of the British Royals or The hand analysis of Prince Charles or Meghan Markle.
Or you might like to check out all the hand profiles of people from the United Kingdom.


  1. I don't understand the concept of having a kingdom, prince and princess in a full fledged democracy with a Prime Minister and Parliament! :)

    Destination Infinity

  2. :) Yeah, I know what you mean. But apparently they did some poll and found that the British public wanted it and so the taxpayers are continuing to pay for propping up these people who are actually quite ordinary in every way.

  3. http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/10/02/3027767.htm

    very necessary to know.

  4. Mr. Curious, I would love to read Osama's hand. I have seen that picture earlier but that seems to be the only decent picture of his hands. To read hands I need the shape of the fingers and their relative length (minimum requirement)but seeing the hand only from one angle does not give me that. Finger lengths and shapes look different from different angles and I would probably make a mistake if I tried to read his hand. Even the lines are blurred, so I cannot read anything much. In a blurred photo the dark lines show up but the minor lines don't and often the dark lines have extensions which are fainter which are not visible in blurred photos. That is why I have not read Osama's hand till now.

  5. Nice reading,
    I want to ask you a simple question
    If you work hard towards your goal , the one thing you need badly...are you assured of the success?

  6. Anonymous, it depends if what you want matches the capabilities in your hand. Capability + hard work + right goal = success.

  7. hey hi ,,,,Nita i really like ur reading. i mean the way u read the hand... analysis the hand,,,really very nice ....hey if u mind pls i want u to read the hand of osama ..pls..i am very fund of palmistry ,,,pls do reply ,,,, :)

  8. Thanks Zaineb. I would really like to read Osama's hand too. But if you read my reply to Mr. Curious you will understand why I cannot. To get the shape of the fingers one needs to see the hands from different angles (even if the lines are not clear it is alright). I also need to sure about which hand he writes with (a picture of him writing) as his writing hand shows his current state of mind.

  9. Hmm, that will come up one of these days. I don't want to bore readers with too many royals! :)

  10. Well said that about the royals., why should we even be bothered by what they do, We Indians are hardly affected by that in anyway.


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