‘Living Nostradamus’ who ‘foresaw Covid’ predicts tough future for Prince Harry
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    'Living Nostradamus' claims to have had a vision of what the future holds for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

    As the Duke and Duchess' recent past hits Netflix on today (December 8) with the first episode of their Harry & Meghan docuseries, Athos Salomé has shared a glimpse into their future.

    The 36-year-old Brazilian prophet claims to have already had several of his Earth-shattering predictions come true; from Russia's invasion of Ukraine to Covid-19, the Queen's death and even Elon Musk's buyout of Twitter.

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    According to Athos, a metaphorical "bomb" will appear in Harry's life next summer but wheels could already be in motion for the Prince as soon as next month.

    For Meghan, however, big changes will not come for a few years, at which point she will "become history", Athos claims.

    Athos told the Daily Star: "Between January and March 2023 Harry's life will change, July and October the bomb will appear, if not hidden before the events and scandals.

    "In short, between January and October 2023, the month of April also says a lot about some situations."

    That is not all that Athos can see is in store for the the Duke as his visions reach further into the future.

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    He added: "Mysteries surround the life of the Royal Family, especially Harry's, between the years 2027 and 2028 you will understand another story becoming history.

    "Meghan, Duchess of Sussex will also become history between the years 2025 and 2026."

    Despite making a name for himself by telling the future, Athos has reflected on Princess Diana's death, a tragedy that he extraordinarily believes she saw coming.

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    Continuing his thoughts on the British monarchy, Athos said: "The conspiracy theories will always exist, even with so many evidences, the death of Princess Diana, 25 years ago, stirs the imagination and emotions of people.

    "Princess Diana knew she would die, I was 11 years old, and until today I remember the sad episode that marked the world, taking from us the 'Princess of the poor', a real princess that no other will ever replace."


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