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Psychic who predicted Queen's death sends 'awful' warning about Prince Andrew

Psychic who predicted Queen's death sends 'awful' warning about Prince Andrew

Craig Hamilton-Parker, 68, is a psychic medium who has been dubbed the ‘new Nostradamus’

A psychic who believes he predicted the Queen’s death last year has said he thinks ‘something awful’ will happen to Prince Andrew.

Craig Hamilton-Parker, 68, is a psychic medium who has been dubbed the ‘new Nostradamus’, thanks to his predictions about the future.

He recently foresaw not only Brexit and the Covid pandemic, but also Donald Trump becoming president.

Hamilton-Parker also predicted the death of Queen Elizabeth, who passed away on 8 September last year, and was succeeded by her son, King Charles III.

According to Hamilton-Parker, Charles’ first year as a monarch should go fairly smoothly, but that there may be issues around this coronation – due to take place on 6 May this year.

He told the Metro: “I see him as being a reforming king.

“Doing this not just to appeal to the British people but with a worldwide remit in mind by keeping Australia on board for example.

Craig Hamilton-Parker.
Craig Hamilton-Parker/YouTube

“But I get some strange feelings about the coronation itself and about what they call the stone of scone.

“The stone of scone was used during the old coronation of the Scottish kings that was stolen by Edward and brought back to Westminster and only in recent years was it given back to the Scots.

“I have weird feelings about Scotland, some kind of protest or someone trying to steal the stone and its tied in within Scotland because I’ve had a vision of a red-faced Nicola Sturgeon.”

The psychic, who has been practising the psychic arts since his early 20s, also shared concerns for Charles’ brother, Prince Andrew.

He believes something ‘awful’ - but not fatal – will happen to the royal.

He continued: “In a deep meditation state recently and when in contact with my spirit guides Prince Andrew appeared and something awful happened to him.

Prince Andrew with late mother, Queen Elizabeth II.
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“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 may do something like take an overdose but I didn’t see him dying.

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

In a lawsuit launched in August 2021, Prince Andrew was accused of sexual abuse, with Virgina Giuffre claiming she was forced to have sex with him three times when she was 17 by convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

Giuffre sought unspecified damages for numerous charges including battery, rape, and the infliction of emotional distress.

Prince Andrew with Virginia Giuffre.
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The case was eventually settled out of court for £12 million. A settlement is not an admission of guilt and the Duke of York has consistently denied all wrongdoing.

A statement from the Prince and Giuffre read: “Virginia Giuffre and Prince Andrew have reached an out of court settlement. The parties will file a stipulated dismissal upon Ms Giuffre's receipt of the settlement (the sum of which is not being disclosed). Prince Andrew intends to make a substantial donation to Ms Giuffre's charity in support of victims' rights.

“Prince Andrew regrets his association with Epstein, and commends the bravery of Ms Giuffre and other survivors in standing up for themselves and others. He pledges to demonstrate his regret for his association with Epstein by supporting the fight against the evils of sex trafficking, and by supporting its victims.”

As part of the settlement, both Giuffre and Prince Andrew signed a contract that banned either of them from publicly discussing the case of the settlement for a year.

That contract is set to expire next month, meaning Giuffre could be free to talk about the case, including taking part in TV interviews, speaking to the press or writing a book, The Telegraph reports.

Featured Image Credit: Craig Hamilton-Parker/YouTube/RichSTOCK/Alamy Stock Photo

Topics: Royal Family, UK News