Written by Gordon Tonker
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Friday, 6 April 2007

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Prince William's girlfriend Kate Middleton has settled a complaint against the Daily Mirror newspaper, over an incorrect prediction in their horoscope section.

Kate, a devout Capricorn, made the complaint to the Horoscope Complaints Commission following 'a week of anxiety' after reading her star sign forecast in the paper the previous week.

The HCC said the issue had been settled after the newspaper apologised for the distress caused to Miss Middleton and agreed to ensure that upcoming forecasts for Capricorns would not be so negative.

The 25-year-old was forewarned of 'upsetting those close to her with rash decisions' and that 'money problems would surface in light of foolish financial decisions'. The week following these revelations was quite disrupted according to Miss Middleton, who was suddenly extremely cautious of her actions, including not playing her usual lucky dip on the National Lotto on the Wednesday or Saturday. The future princess in waiting also made sure she was not involved in any decision-making when out with friends, resulting in her having to attend a screening of Miss Potter rather than her personal preference, Norbit.

A Daily Mirror insider has revealed that the predictions for Capricorns next week would include "coming into some unexpected money", "a run of good luck" and "generally great things on the horizon".

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