The curiosity over Sydney Sweeney's birth chart has been piqued now that fans are wondering about the star's rumored new boyfriend.
Last we heard, Sydney Sweeny was engaged to her long-time flame, Jonathan Davino. Now, however, everyone suspects that Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell are an item, especially after the co-stars spent Easter together with his family, who visited the actor on the set of Will Gluck's new rom-com in Australia. But are the two co-workers simply that, or have they evolved into something more?
Once romance rumors are out in the wild, fans can't help but turn to the cosmos for a bit more clarity about matters of the heart (and beyond). What does the Euphoria star's astrological birth chart indicate about our beloved Cassie?
Sydney Sweeney birth chart results: here's what you need to know
Sydney Sweeney was born in Spokane, Washington on September 12, 1997 at roughly 12pm. When analyzing a birth chart, the main players are the sun, moon and rising signs, which dictate our drive, emotions and energy, respectively.
According to our in-house astrologer Narayana Montúfar, these birth chart features "will color the way you do everything in life—what kind of person you are, what kind of self-care you need, what you need in a partnership, what kind of job you should be doing."
We're getting a lot of earth sign energy from Sydney:
- Sun: Virgo
- Moon: Capricorn
- Rising: Scorpio
The three big planetary players include Mercury, Mars and Pluto, and Sydney's placement with these three bad boys is as follows:
- Mercury in 3° 15' Virgo
- Mars in 18° 56' Scorpio
- Pluto in 3° 5' Sagittarius
Narayana Montúfar is an astrologer and an expert in the astrological studies of the Moon and the author of Moon Signs: Unlock Your Inner Luminary Power. She was one of Medium.com’s Authority Magazine 2020’s Strong Female Leaders and one of Vogue’s 13 Astrologers to Follow in 2021.
This covers the basics for our early-fall baby, and though there are still details to uncover, these findings appear to be quite telling, according to astrologer Kyle Thomas.
"People with these placements tend to value consistency, ambition and success," he tells us. "Not only are they willing to put in the work to make things happen, but their practicality aids them in being able to manifest results—even if they take a while to get there."
This is definitely true of The White Lotus actor, as she has taken on multiple jobs and campaigns and even stepped into an ambassador role for Laneige. She's known for not only being serious about her craft, but the former high school valedictorian is also a Jane of all trades: she fixes cars and practices martial arts. When she takes on a role, she's a force, which fans and colleagues can attest.
"She’s very likable and charming, but then you put her in front of a camera and—I don’t want to sound like some Old Hollywood freak—but she has these powers," The White Lotus creator Mike White told The Hollywood Reporter. "Certain actors have a certain kind of magic, and she is definitely one of them."
Though her Virgo and Capricorn energy speak to her work ethic, interestingly enough her rising sign in Scorpio gives us a hint of energy and thrill, something we can definitely see in Cassie.
"A Scorpio Rising is one of the most intense Ascendants to have, as it reveals she oozes mystery, sex appeal and a hint of danger," Thomas adds. "Scorpio Risings have an innate desire for power and control, and with the synthesis of her Virgo Sun and Capricorn Moon, she can strike effectively and potently with the utmost precision."
Kyle Thomas is a globally recognized pop culture astrologer who has been featured on Access Hollywood, E! Entertainment, NBC and ABC television, Cosmopolitan, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Post, Page Six, Hulu, Seventeen, Bustle, Elite Daily, The Daily Mail, Marie Claire and more. He is known for his cosmic guidance for celebrities, business executives and prominent influencers. His work harnesses the power of the stars in regard to entertainment lifestyle and trends affecting people worldwide.
Though we've gotten a bit more insight into our no-nonsense, adventurous and loyal Sydney, we're still out here waiting for details about her romantic life, but it looks like we need more than just an astrology reading for that type of confirmation! As soon as we learn more, you'll be the first to know.
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