Having begun the year with six planets in your relationship sector and at one point last month seeing five of those planets align, there was a lot of focus and intensity on the relationship front last month. This was a scaled up version of what you would normally expect, with the Sun always spending the first three weeks of the year in your relationship sector. Three of the six planets there were destined to leave by the end of January, with the remaining three the team that would take you into this extraordinary relationship year. As the last planet only left on 31st January, the first day of February is literally the first day of the real journey. With the Sun, Mercury, Venus and Ceres been and gone, the stripped down but just as powerful team taking you into the rest of the year are Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto, three of the most powerful planets in the solar system. Since Pluto's return in 2008 and Saturn's in 2017, they have been preparing for Jupiter's return in December 2019. With the team now complete, the real journey can begin, with Mars returning on 17th February to spice things up. However, while Pluto is here until 2024 and Jupiter until December, with the planets of change and luck having the main influence on your relationships over the coming year, Saturn is getting ready to leave. In his last full month in your relationship sector before leaving next month, then returning in July to wrap up a three year relationship boot camp, Saturn is preparing to step back. As Saturn is the planet that promotes strong relationships by facing challenges, this indicates much smoother waters ahead. The Moon's return to your relationship sector from 18th February to 21st February will be a valuable chance to check in. Meanwhile, on lighter note Venus, the planet of love will spend the first week of the month in an adventurous part of your chart while the Moon will return to your romantic sector from 14th February to 16th February. This promises a romantically charged Valentine's Day and weekend.