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The new royal couple


The new royal couple

After Prince William and Kate Middleton’s marriage, we have yet another royal wedding of a King and a commoner. In a simple ceremony without much pomp and grandeur, Bhutan's fifth ‘Dragon King’, Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck married Jetsun Pema, a 21-year-old commoner, daughter of an airline pilot. The wedding ceremony took place on October 13, 2011 at Bhutan's most sacred monastery fortress in the old capital of Punakha.

Jetsun Pema Wangchuck was born on June 4, 1990 and is a Gemini while Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck, born February 21, 1980 is a Pisces.

With 10 years of difference, will their marriage be able to work out? Read on to find out.

The freedom of Gemini is likely to be trimmed if she marries a Piscean. She (Jetsun) must be prepared to give up her outside interests and devote her time and thoughts to the Pisces mate. The sensitive but distrustful Piscean nature may prove too much for the liberty-loving Gemini to cope with.

With her need to interact with many people at one time and indulging in a mild, occasional flirting, there is a great deal of possibility that the Piscean partner accuses her of being insincere. The Piscean man (Wangchuk) is gentle, tolerant, vulnerable and sensitive. If during one of her mood swings she uses her sarcasm, it could shatter him. Their sexual relationship might need a little adjustment initially as the Piscean is very passionate and Gemini girl a little detached.

Gemini must be prepared to change her ways almost completely if she seeks happiness with a loving, possessive and clinging Piscean. Both of these people are usually `live and let live` type of folks, but it`s a stretch here. Gemini is always on the move, active, mentally stimulated. Pisces, on the other hand, is intuitive, dreamy, sensitive and driven by emotion. Overall, this relationship has a good chance to work out.



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