Queen’s fire alert from beyond the grave as King gets ‘faulty electrics’ warning

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    Queen Elizabeth II is worried for her son King Charles III after spotting faulty electrics in his home, a psychic has said.

    One year on from her death she has been watching over her children and grandchildren, but her eldest son King Charles has been a big cause for concern.

    READ MORE: Queen Elizabeth II's final public photo taken after telling Charles 'it's my job'

    Speaking exclusively to Daily Star, celebrity psychic Jasmine Anderson said she's been in touch with the late Queen and discovered she has some worries for the home the King shares with Queen Camilla.

    She said: "The Queen is concerned for Charles right now. She is behind him every step of the way giving him gentle encouragement. She feels he overworks himself at times."

    But the Queen's main form of concern surrounds their lives, as Jasmine added: "She also talks about somewhere in his home with Camilla there is faulty electrics in one of the rooms they relax in together.

    "This should be double checked as it could lead to a fire."

    Jasmine also explained that while The Queen concerned for Charles, she's "very upset" that the feud between Charles, William and Harry has continued.

    The psychic added: "She wishes she could intervene and be the mediator but she is unable to to interfere with free will and choice from where she is.

    "She feels that this feud is likely to come to an end but only when Charles and William have shifted their perspective. Right now everyone's is still hurting."

    While she's been worrying about her loved ones, The Queen has been enjoying her time with the loved ones she lost too.

    Jasmine said the Queen is "enjoying her time in the spiritual world surrounded by the corgis she had as a child and throughout her life who had passed before her".

    The Queen is "walking them through beautiful gardens", but she "really misses tea and chatting to her daughter Princess Anne".

    Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8, 2022 with the official cause of death listed as "old age".

    A statement at the time confirmed Her Majesty was under medical supervision as her family rushed to be by her side in her final moments prior to her death.

    At 3:10pm on September 8, Queen Elizabeth was then pronounced dead, with a public statement shared at 6:30pm on the same day.

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