I was Princess Diana's psychic – I sensed overwhelming sadness and she'd always ask me if William would become king

SALLY Morgan, 69, is a professional psychic and lives in Surrey with her husband John, 74. 

She first met Princess Diana when William and Harry were then nine and seven, and had separated from Charles. Sally reveals 'She was silent but listened intently, and I knew she was impressed by my insight.'

“Sitting in the opulent drawing room of Kensington Palace in early 1992, I looked at the familiar face opposite me. I’d only ever seen her on TV or the cover of magazines, but now I was about to do a psychic reading for Princess Diana. 

"I’ve had psychic abilities for as long as I can remember, although no one else in my family had them. When I was growing up in Fulham, west London, my mother used to call them my ‘knowings’. Aged eight, I saw a woman hanging upside down in our hallway. 

"I told my mum, who went pale. I later learned that the lady who’d lived upstairs had fallen down the stairs and broken her neck. My mum had found her body.

"Lights would switch off in rooms I was in, and I’d feel a sensation of being ‘pushed’ by an invisible force. When I was 14, I was about to put a record on when I heard a male voice say: ‘Shut that bloody racket up!’ There was no one else home. I wasn’t scared – more fascinated by what I could see and hear that others couldn’t.

She loved anything to do with the esoteric world and regularly saw an astrologer.

"I trained as a dental nurse, and gave readings to friends for free. They’d come to me when they’d lost a loved one or were going through marriage problems and wanted to know if their husband was unfaithful. Then, in my 30s I decided to turn my psychic abilities into a career.

"Through word of mouth, I built up an extensive client list, many of them celebrities – including George Michael and Uma Thurman – and politicians. Diana apparently had heard about me from a mutual friend. She loved anything to do with the esoteric world and regularly saw an astrologer.


'I felt that she might get into trouble'

"At that first meeting, I wasn’t nervous – Diana was simply another client but I sensed overwhelming sadness within her. William and Harry were then nine and seven, and she’d recently separated from Charles.

"Over the next four and a half years, we met in person four times and had hundreds of readings over the phone. I charged her £35 a time – the same as everyone else. She’d ask after her father, who died in 1992, and enquire if she would ever become Queen. I couldn’t lie – I knew she wouldn’t. This was something she struggled to come to terms with.

"I also told Diana that she needed to be careful, as I felt that she might get into trouble. She was silent but listened intently, and I knew she was impressed by my insight. In 1995, I predicted Diana would be pictured with a famous sportsman and that they’d have an affair. Not long afterwards, Diana was snapped with Will Carling, who would then become one of her lovers.

"Diana always worried that her fight for independence would have an impact on William, and often our conversations would end with: ‘But William will become King, won’t he?’ I’d assure her that he would. Waking up on August 31, 1997 to the news that Diana had died in a car accident, I was deeply shocked and felt very sad for her family.

Often our conversations would end with: ‘But William will become King, won’t he?’

"I hadn’t spoken with her for a year, as she’d started seeing Dodi Fayed’s personal psychic, but there were no hard feelings between us. Four days after Diana’s funeral, which I watched on TV, her sister and lady-in-waiting, Lady Sarah McCorquodale, called me. She’d been present for many of our meetings and reminded me of a reading I’d done with her, without Diana, in 1996 in which I’d told her I could see ‘the Queen’ being pulled from a car and given CPR.

"At the time I’d assumed it was Queen Elizabeth II, and was troubled by it, though I didn’t mention it to Diana. But Sarah believed I’d actually foreseen her sister’s death as she was the ‘Queen of people’s hearts’. Although I hadn’t made that connection myself, I wondered if maybe she was right.



"I think Diana would be horrified that William and Harry’s relationship has deteriorated so much. Were she alive, she’d do everything in her power to reunite her family, but it will take many years for the rift between the Cambridges and Sussexes to heal.

"I predicted a couple of years ago that Meghan and Harry would have three children, but that may well have included the child she lost in 2020. I always thought William and Kate would have four. We shall see.

"I foresee that the royals have more turbulent times ahead, but that William and George will both be King – and that would have made Diana very happy.” 


Btw

  • Sally came fifth in the final series of Celebrity Big Brother in 2018.
  • 2.5 billion people worldwide watched Diana’s funeral on TV.

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