Typical Taurus Queen renewing and relaunching but has resistance to change

Edward VIII praises Queen Elizabeth II's reign in 1969

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Astrology expert Jessica Adams spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about our Taurus Queen’s characteristics and leadership style. 

Born on 21 April 1926, Queen Elizabeth II is a Taurus, which is represented by the Bull.

Jessica Adams stated: “The 12 zodiac signs were chosen very carefully over 2000 years ago by astrologers to describe the seasons.

“Spring is Taurus time (April-May) and people born under this sign are famous for renewing and relaunching.”

Even at age 95, the Queen seems to have no intention of slowing down.

In October 2021, she turned down the annual award honouring the “Oldie of the Year”, stating “You are as old as you feel”.

This is despite the fact she will be celebrating her Platinum Jubilee for seventy years of service come 6 February 2022.

“They don’t age the way other people do – just look at another Taurus, Dame Joanna Lumley.”

Another characteristic of a true Taurus is wealth: “Her Majesty the Queen is a Sun Taurus (Taurus zodiac sign) so she shines through gold bullion and bull markets too.

“Taurus the bull rules wealth, currency and property. No wonder her head is on our golden pound coins.”

She is also the custodian of “priceless treasures and some of the nation’s greatest works of art”.

Indeed, the Royal Collection is the largest private art collection in the world.

In her jewellery collection, the Queen boasts extremely expensive pieces, one being the Nizam of Hyderabad, worth an astonishing £60million.

“The typical Taurus does not budge on price and refuses to sell. Antique Roadshow is irresistible to Taurus people. Perhaps Her Majesty watches it too.”

The Queen actually made an appearance on the show in 2014, where she had heirlooms inspected at her official Northern Ireland residence, Hillsborough Castle.

Antiques Roadshow presenter Fiona Bruce shared: “I’ve been told the Queen is a fan of the programme and was keen to be a part of it. She enjoyed a lively conversation with our experts and afterwards asked when it was going out so that she might be able to watch.”

But while the Queen is “typical of the true Taurus in that she loves a flutter at Ascot”, she refrains from being “extravagant or showy” with her wealth.

In terms of her leadership, “the true Taurus is hard to budge, stubborn and appeals to people who want to hang on to the past.

“Traditional values they grew up with are retained for decades.”

The issue with this is that it “makes it difficult to lead with younger generations who want radical change, no matter if it is Black Lives Matter, or Extinction Rebellion – or Bitcoin,” suggested Jessica.

“The typical Taurus leader, like Her Majesty the Queen, can firmly resist the pull of who/what is new, for years, until at last the ground moves beneath their feet and they are forced to shift position.”

“This is mostly true of money and property matters, which Taurus rules. There is always resistance to change from Taurus.”

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