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Princess Diana psychic pens letter about Harry with ‘message from beyond grave’

A psychic who claims to receive regular visits from Princess Diana has written to William begging him to “save” his brother Harry.

Clairvoyant Simone Simmons told the Duke of Cambridge she was delivering a message from his mother from beyond the grave, the Daily Star reports.

Simone – who was a close friend of Diana’s until her death in 1997 – says the Princess fears her younger son faces disaster after deciding to step back from the royal family with his wife Meghan Markle earlier this year.

In her letter to William, she wrote: “Diana made me promise to keep an eye on both you and Harry to make sure you’re both OK, and to give you warnings of danger signs.

“I am writing, actually I’m begging you, to listen because Meghan will isolate Harry, and eventually cause him to attempt radical, possibly lethal, ­self-destructive actions.

“If you want to respond, feel free. We MUST save Harry.”

The healer says she used to chat to Diana for up to 14 hours at a time on the phone when she was still alive and that she now makes regular “appearances” at her London home.

“Diana comes and talks to me – I see her body and she’s very animated at times. I got so fed up of it all I wrote to William, but he hasn’t responded,” Simone explains.

“It’s going from bad to worse.

“Harry’s been separated from everything he loves – his family and his friends, including the Army boys he loved.

“Diana told me Harry is feeling more and more isolated and it’s like torture for him.

“Diana told me it was all going to end in disaster.”

Simone, who met Diana in 1993 at the Hale Clinic in west London, warned that “something was going to happen to her that would be the death of her” before her death in a car crash in Paris.

The psychic also predicted that Meghan was pregnant with the couple’s son Archie before the news was formally announced.

She has previously also written to Harry, before his wedding.

She added: “I’m going to write one more letter to him, but I’m told he and William refuse to read correspondence from their mother’s friends because they have been told we are not to be trusted.

“It’s so sad as it’s the only way they will get to hear the full truth about their mother.”

Meanwhile Meghan, Harry and baby Archie have moved into an £18m mansion in Beverley Hills, Los Angeles.

The couple fled to LA, where Meghan’s mother Doria Ragland lives, from Vancouver Island after Canada announced restrictions on its borders due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The family celebrated Archie’s first birthday this week, and reportedly marked the occasion with a ‘smash cake’ – where babies are encouraged to get their hands, feet and faces covered in cake – and Zoom meet-ups with friends and relatives.


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