Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer
Your Daily Horoscope, from Jonathan Cainer with Oscar Cainer

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Research has revealed that, if you're born under Sagittarius, you've got an exceptionally high chance of becoming a child star. Taureans, by comparison, are most unlikely to find early fame. That's much as an astrologer would expect, but if you're a regular horoscope reader, you may find these results surprising. "What about Leo?" you may ask. "Isn't this supposed to be the sign that's hungriest for applause and attention?" Ah, but Leos are such natural little stars, they hardly need a stage to shine on. We are all born blessed with talents and inclinations that can shape our personalities in later life. Read on to find out what gifts the heavens bestowed upon you at birth... and why, no matter what sign - or how old - you are, it's never too late to fulfil your potential.

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