Ask Debbie Frank for advice

2nd May, 2001

Debbie Frank is one of the world's most renowned astrologers and the woman in whom Princess Diana confided through the last eight traumatic years of her life.

Her daily horoscopes, star sign compatibility calculator and weekly newsletter are a hugely popular part of

Now Debbie has joined our brilliant team of experts, giving you the chance to ask her directly about your astrological sign and what the stars have in store for you.

Want to know how the star signs of you and your man affect your relationship? Ask Debbie.

Standing at a crossroads in your life and don't know which way to turn? Tell Debbie your birth date details and she may be able to help.

You can ask Debbie a question NOW. Make sure you include details of your star sign, where and when you were born, and your partner's star sign if appropriate.

To ask Debbie a question, click here

Princess Diana first contacted Debbie in 1989 for guidance over her unhappy marriage. Like many of Debbie's clients, Diana was impressed by her approach, which uses astrology as a tool for understanding life rather than as a way of making predictions. The pair became firm friends and Diana consulted Debbie frequently up until the time of her death.

Debbie graduated from Nottingham University with a degree in American Studies before setting up her own public relations company. At this time she also fulfilled her ambition to begin studying astrology, a subject which had fascinated her since childhood.

She obtained a diploma from London's prestigious Faculty of Astrological Studies before continuing her studies at the city's Centre for Psychological Astrology. She also went on to study psychosynthesis counselling, a discipline she describes as 'psychology with a soul'.

Debbie has since written the hugely successful book Debbie Frank's Birthsigns. She starred in the BBC series A Date with Fate and has had regular slots on both Talk and Liberty radio stations.

Her other well-known clients include Dale Winton, Philippa Forrester, Anthea Turner and Barbara Windsor.

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