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Princess Diana’s psychic has revealed the tragic royal’s final secrets – and released never-before-heard answerphone messages she left before her untimely death 23 years ago.
Spiritualist Simone Simmons – who spoke to Di for up to 14 hours on the phone when she was alive – says her friend ranted in a string of recorded messages about her growing paranoia before she was killed in a Paris car smash.
Simone has for the first time released exclusively to Daily Star Online just two of the many answer machine messages Diana left on her phone at her home in London.
In both never-before-heard tapes, Diana tells her in a hushed voice she has “so much” to tell the psychic.
Simone, 59, also told us Diana:
- Was preparing to name and shame a mob of dangerous international arms dealers the morning of her untimely death
- Wanted to move to America like Meghan Markle to escape the limelight and wanted to buy actress Julie Andrews’ home in LA
- Wasn’t in love with her Dodi Fayed when she died and was instead intent on reuniting with her heart surgeon lover Hasnat Khan
- Opened up to her about her deepest sex secrets – including her hatred of making love to men with hairy backs
- Recruited ex-rugby player Will Carling to give her a personal training programme that would get rid of her bulimia-ravaged body and give her curves
Simone wrote the book Diana: The Last Word about her time counselling the princess, who died aged 36 in an August 1997 Paris car smash with her lover Dodi Fayed, 42.
The London-based psychic told us: “Diana would speak to me for hours and hours on end on the phone.
“I’m releasing two answer phone messages she left me now because I think her fans will be soothed by the sound of it in these difficult times of coronavirus and Brexit and the turmoil going on in the royal family.
“If Diana was alive today, she would be bringing the light she always had around her to these dark days and connecting with people in need.”
Simone went on: “These messages show Diana trusted me like nobody else – she never really left answer machine messages for anyone else as she didn’t trust them like she did me.
“As she says in one of them, I was out when she called, but after she left it we had a conversation that lasted the better part of an entire day.
“I have many more messages she left me but they are in storage and I'm unable to get to them now as I’m practically housebound as health issues means I’m in the high-risk category during this coronavirus outbreak.
“In some of those, she sounds very angry and accuses me of sharing gossip, which I never did. She later calmed down when she realised it wasn’t me – but they show how paranoid she was getting before she died.”
Simone knew Diana for five years and says she still holds some of the royal’s never-before-told secrets.
The alternative healer and trusted friend of the Princess first met her at the Hale Clinic alternative medicine centre and became a member of her inner circle, visiting her up to five days a week at her home in Kensington Palace.
Some conspiracy theorists are convinced Di was bumped off by arms dealers due to the war the royal waged on the landmine industry before her death.
And Simone said: “The morning she died Diana was going to name and shame a lot of the world’s biggest arms dealers, so you have to ask you why she died.”
In 2008 Simone told the inquest into Diana’s death her friend had given her a copy of a dossier about the landmine industry she had compiled during her campaign against the weapons.
The therapist said she had hidden this under her mattress, along with other documents from the princess.
Simone recalled the landmines dossier was several inches thick but said she burnt it after Diana's death because she was afraid of what might happen to her.
She said: “I believed that if they could bump Diana off, then they could bump anyone off, and I value my life.”
Others have shared the theory Diana was assassinated because she was secretly carrying her lover Dodi Al Fayed’s child and senior royals hated the idea of a Muslim becoming part of the royal family.
But Simone told us: “Diana was never in love with Dodi. She always loved Hasnat Khan, the heart surgeon she dated before Dodi.
“She wanted to move to America or South Africa with Hasnat and was already over Dodi when she died – he was just there to try and make Hasnat jealous. He was just a playboy, not Diana’s type at all.
“I know this because she used to share all her most intimate secrets with me. She even told me she hated sex with men with hairy backs, which gave us a good laugh.”
Simone added Di’s desire to escape the UK and her fame in Britain led her to want to move to America – “just like Meghan Markle has done”.
She said: “Diana viewed the actress Julie Andrews’ house in Los Angeles as a possible place to move but what she really wanted was for Hasnat to come with her.
“She was hounded by so many rumours and false stories about who she was sleeping with and the pressure of her fame was really getting to her.”
One of Di’s rumoured lovers was ex-England rugby captain Will Carling, 54, with whom she was reported to have had a fling around 1995 while he was married.
But Simone revealed: “The only reason Diana was with Will was because she wanted him to give her a personal training regime that would get rid of her pointy shoulder blades.
“She hated her bony body after she suffered from bulimia and thought Will could train her so she could get back some of her curves.”
Simone added about the answer phone messages she has released: “It’s still very moving to hear her voice – she was one of my best friends and the feeling was mutual.
“I really believe she would have been making a difference if she had been alive in these dark days.”
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