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Prince Harry claims he spoke to late mother Princess Diana through a woman with ‘powers’

Prince Harry has claimed he once spoke to his late mother, Princess Diana, through a woman with “powers”.

In his highly anticipated autobiography, Spare, the Duke of Sussex opens up about his grief following the tragic death of his mum.

Harry was just 12-years-old when Diana was killed in a car crash in Paris back in 1997.

In the book, the 38-year-old recalls meeting a woman who “claimed to have ‘powers'” after she was recommended by friends.

The Prince said he “recognised the high-percentage chance of humbuggery” but admitted: “The minute we sat down together, I felt an energy around her.”

The woman told Harry that Diana was with him, and he replied: “I know. I’ve felt that of late.”

Harry said his neck then grew warm, and his eyes watered.

The woman told Harry his mother knew he was “looking for clarity” and “feels your confusion”, and knew he had “so many questions”, but said answers would come in time.

She also told him that Diana said: “You’re living the life she couldn’t. You’re living the life she wanted for you.”

The Duke of Sussex said he knew he could trust the woman when she revealed Diana was present when his son Archie accidentally smashed a Christmas tree ornament in the shape of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Harry and his son Archie

The woman told him: “Your mother says … something about a Christmas ornament? Of a mother? Or a grandmother? It fell? Broke?”

Harry replied: “Archie tried to fix it,” and she said: “Your mother says she had a bit of a giggle about that.”

Prince Harry’s memoir Spare is set for release on January 10.


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