Prince William could do a lot of things to save his marriage to Kate Middleton in case they are faced with major problems.

The Duchess of Cambridge’s horoscope reveals that in times of stress, Middleton could escape to the arms of her husband. According to astrologer Russell Grant, Middleton’s love life is in a good place at the moment.

“Your love life is a source of profound pleasure. When things get stressful on the work and family fronts, you can always escape to the arms of your amour… Listen to your partner’s advice about a creative project. Devote more time to art and sports,” he told Express.

But in times where Middleton and Prince William’s relationship is not necessarily flourishing, the royal couple could also take the same tips into consideration. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been married for eight years, and they have stuck with each other through the ups and downs of life.

However, there have also been rumors that Prince William and Middleton’s marriage may not last. Earlier this year, the dad of three was involved in an alleged cheating scandal after reports swirled that he cheated on his wife with Rose Hanbury.

At that time, Middleton was accused of cutting ties with her former friend after learning about her affair with her husband. Shortly after, royal fans were convinced that Middleton would consider divorcing Prince William, but this wasn’t the case. After all, the alleged cheating hasn’t been proven or confirmed by the palace until today.

And on the online forum site Quora, some royal fans said that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will stay married to each other until the end. Chris Hawkes, a supporter of constitutional monarchy, said that he doesn’t want to think that royal couple would ever get a divorce because he prefers to think positively.

On the contrary, some royal fans and astrologers are convinced that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s marriage will end after 10 years.

Kate Middleton and Prince William Prince William and Kate Middleton attend the 1st Battalion Irish Guards St Patrick's Day Parade at Cavalry Barracks on March 17, 2019 in Hounslow, England. Photo: Getty Images/Gareth Fuller