Meghan Markle is set to undergo a career U-turn after her and her husband Harry's Netflix deals.
The royal pair are set to have big Netflix projects coming up in the pipeline – but after this, it seems Meghan might change her tact.
During an exclusive interview with psychic medium Jasmine Rose Anderson – she revealed what Meghan will do next and if the Netflix deals are a good idea for the couple.
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When asked if Harry and Meghan should be securing their Netflix deal and if it is a good idea, Jasmine revealed that the public are going to "love it" unlike the other royals.
She said: "I do see tension around this. It won't make many people in the royal family happy and I feel it will be heavily censored- there will be a lot they can't say. The public will love it."
However, she also predicts that Meghan will delve further into a career as an author.
She added: "I see Meghan coming out with a few books around her views on things and around motherhood. I see three series. She wants them to follow their hearts and make their own decisions."
Jasmine is a psychic medium who has spirits communicate with her mainly through visuals and images.
"Sometimes I'll see the spirit of the person coming forwards and I'll see flashes of their life like I'm watching a movie. Sometimes it's as If I'm in that movie playing them.
"They also communicate with me through sound, I'll hear the information they wish to communicate or they will just place it in my mind. Often I just know things," she added.
We asked her to connect to the late Princess Diana, the psychic channelled Diana who she says thinks it is "funny" that they think this Meghan is trying to copy her.
Jasmine said: "I see her laughing and rolling her eyes. Diana and Meghan would have been good friends I feel."
But does Diana think Meghan is a good match for her son Harry?
She replied: "Yes I do, especially as the mother of her children. Dianna loves that fierce lioness streak Meghan has for her children."
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