Princess Diana ‘looks after lost children’ beyond the grave, says psychic

Princess Diana worked at a nursery prior to her marriage to now King Charles – and she always made her adoration for children clear.

Diana even broke royal protocol by taking part in a parents' run at Prince Harry's school in his youth.

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Following her death in 1997, it seems her love for children hasn't faltered, with psychic Jasmine Anderson revealing that the Princess is still caring for lost souls in the afterlife.

Speaking to Daily Star, she said: "Diana is so protective over children – not even just her grandchildren. I feel like she is almost even Saint level.

"She is like a Saint in the afterlife and I'm seeing her in the spirit world surrounded by children."

Jasmine explained that Diana is "helping little souls" that either lost their parents early or have been orphaned as she looks over them from beyond the grave.

She added: "It's like she's taking care of them, especially those who have sickness and things like that. That's what I see her doing."

While Diana is caring for those who are in need of protection, Jasmine also explained that the Princess is looking after her own – with a particular focus on Prince William and Kate Middleton's daughter Charlotte.

She said there was a particular focus on the young Princess as she said: "Diana is protective over her grandchildren, but particularly Charlotte. There is a need for protection there.

"It's something to do with the room in the house – I feel like it could be haunted."

Jasmine explained that "something has been seen in the nursery, that's what I'm getting."

She explained that the house that Charlotte is living in with her family – Adelaide Cottage – "doesn't have great energy", adding "they've not had a lot of luck there".

Jasmine explained that she believes the family will be heading to a "smoother and calmer place".

The family recently moved to the cottage from their home at Kensington Palace, which is also currently home to The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, The Duke and Duchess of Kent and Princess Michael of Kent.

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