Psychic who predicted Queen’s death says something ‘awful’ will happen to Andrew

Craig Hamilton-Parker, the so-called “Prophet of Doom” who incredibly predicted the death of 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II now says the late monarch's favourite son will may suffer some kind psychological breakdown or take a drugs overdose.

Hamilton-Parker claimed to have predicted the Covid-19 pandemic, predicting in 2017 that a flu pandemic would at some unspecified point sweep the world.

He’s known for his doom-laden prophecies: He predicted that in 2018 there would be a terrorist attack on a British motorway, a revolution in North Korea that would dictator Kim Jong-Un, and drones would be used to drop chemical weapons on a European city.

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Hamilton-Parker also claims to be able to contact the spirits of the dead, and spoke to the late Princess Diana in a TV show that was described as "exploitation at its very worst kind".

He’s also known as the prophet of Brexit, predicting that the UK’s departure from the EU would lead to massive economic gains.

But he had bad news for Prince Andrew He says that when he was communing with his sprit guides he foresaw “something awful” happening to the Duke of York.

“I think he will go through a psychological breakdown and it really hits him with the death of his mother and I see King Charles turning against him,” he told the Metro.

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“He may do something like take an overdose,” Hamilton-Parker added, “but I didn’t see him dying”.

Hamilton-Parker also has bad news for Prince Harry, saying that his relationship with Meghan Markle could begin to crumble – leaving Harry a “deeply troubled” man.

He says that meanwhile Meghan would launch her own Oprah-style show.

His other royal predictions for 2023 include an accident – perhaps a fall he thinks – involving a member of the family and some kind of serious illness involving one of the royal children.

“I also have feelings about the psychological health of King Charles,” Hamilton-Parker says, “and him admitting later in the year of a depression after the high of the coronation”.

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However, after listing a range of grievous happenings for 2018, Hamilton-Parker predicted a “growth in spirituality” across the globe that would bring about a new “Golden Age” for mankind.

“Conflict and hardship plus growing environmental problems will bring good people together and ignite a desire to seek the true purpose of human life,” he promised.

Five years on, a golden age seems as far off as ever, so perhaps Hamilton-Parker’s predictions of woe for Prince Andrew are still a little way off too.


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