Okay, here's a sequence of unlikely hypotheticals. Prince Charles worries himself into an early grave; Prince William has a fatal motorbike crash before he sires a legitimate heir; Harry gets killed in Iraq; and, to top it all, the next in line, Andrew, Duke of York, renounces his and his heirs rights to the throne. So we would be left with King Edward and Queen Sophie (and the inevitable jokes about potatoes and chips off the old block). Currently the Wessexes have one daughter, Lady Louise Windsor. If they had no more children, or only other daughters were born, Louise would then be our future monarch. While I would wish no harm upon Charles, William, Harry, etc., I'm excited by the prospect - though I'll probably not live to see it - of Lady Louise as head of state.
Lady Louise is, astrologically speaking, a very special person. In fact, anyone born between 09:06 on November 8, and 01:11, November 9, 2003, shares with Louise an extraordinary horoscope. Astrologers, at the time, and sometimes for some years in advance, had recognized the specialness of the day and had called it the Harmonic Concordance of 2003 (see here; here; here; here; etc.), a riff upon the so-called Harmonic Convergence of 1987.
What's special about it is a) in particular, the Grand Sextile, aka a Star of David, and b) that she was born under a full moon that, 106 minutes later, would become a total lunar eclipse.
I have well over a thousand charts and hers is the only one with a near-prefect Grand Sextile. If she were male, some might believe she were a messianic figure; and any males born at roughly the same time would be likely, I'd have thought, to develop messianic complexes.
How the chart will work out in her life is unknowable. It could be that her life will be far too easy and she might never feel the need to strive to achieve anything - drugs and laziness might overcome her. But, with the right opportunities, Lady Louise could have an extraordinarily positive impact upon Britain and the world.