Princess Diana’s favourite psychic claimed she was asked to deliver a message to Prince William to “save” Prince Harry after being visited by their late mother.
Psychic Simone Simmons said Diana would make regular “appearances” at her home and would ask her to send messages.
Simone spoke of a warning from the late princess following news of Harry and Meghan Markle’s decision to leave the Royal Family.
The former Princess of Wales allegedly told the psychic she wanted William to help Harry from being “isolated” by Meghan.
She spoke to Simone of Harry’s “torture” after she claimed he has been separated from “everything he loves”.
Simone said: “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."
The princess was said to be “very animated” when speaking about her two boys and it prompted Simone to write to William but did not receive a response.
In the letter, Simone 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.
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“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.”
Following the warning, Harry has since moved on from royal working life and now lives in the US with Meghan and their children, Archie and Lilibet.
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Meanwhile William continues with senior royal duties alongside his wife Kate Middleton.
Simone says she had a strong relationship with Diana and would talk with her for 14 hours a day.
They first met in 1993 at The Hale Clinic, which is an alternative medicine centre in west London.
Speaking back in 2000, Simone vowed to continue writing to William but believes the brothers have been told not to trust Diana's friends.
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She said: “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.”
Diana was tragically killed in a car crash after fleeing from paparazzi.
She passed away from internal bleeding and other injuries on August 31 in 1997, aged 36.
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