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The very last supermoon of the year is going to light up the sky tonight, and while it's name might sound pretty sweet and delightful, for some, it could actually prompt some less than desirable changes in your personal life.
The Strawberry Supermoon - also known as the Hot Moon or the Rose Moon - is going to be visible in the sky at 7.39pm BST - though in the UK we can expect to see it best at around an hour after this.
It's gonna be the last time we can see a supermoon on Earth until the 14th June 2022, so you don't want to miss it.
Despite its name, you shouldn't expect a pink glow - although the moon will be bigger and brighter than normal, because it's a supermoon.
It's actually got the name Strawberry Supermoon because it falls at the same time the strawberry harvest in North America, and was dubbed as such by the Native Americans.
And according to astrologer, Lisa Stardust, the moon won't just be a visual spectacle - it could also have a strong impact on our lives and relationships, too.
Hinting that the moon's energy will encourage many of us to assess the state of our relationships, and either take the next step or call it quits, the resident astrologer of Oprah daily, and author of the Saturn Return Survival Guide, Lisa, said we should use its power to help us make important decisions.
"The strawberry full moon is going to make us want to work hard when it comes to love," she said.
"It's a time to level up relationships and to see how you feel without hesitation. Being direct and honest with her feelings could lead us to emotional heights which will elevate current partnerships.
"Also, it's a time of reflection in which we will look at partnerships with a discerning eye to see if we are wanting and willing to invest more time and energy into them."
Essentially, don't be surprised if bae asks to make it official, or... if things aren't quite as rosy, prepare yourself for an honest conversation about where things stand.
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