Los Angeles, sept 28: Princess Diana reportedly recorded secret tapes for her elder son Prince William and his future family because she feared for her life.
According to reports, Diana made the tapes with her parental advice in case she would not be around to guide her boys, reports dailystar.co.uk.
The existence of the tapes was revealed by US magazine The Globe, which quoted a source, who is said to be one of Diana’s "closest friends".
The tape suggested Diana had a chilling premonition about her death because of worries that she had made some dangerous enemies.
Her decision to make the recording will add weight to the arguments of those who believe her car-crash death in the year 1997 was no accident, but the outcome of a dark conspiracy, the US magazine says.
Diana’s messages urged her oldest son and his future wife to: "Cherish your children for me... let them know I’ll love them and watch over them..."
Although Diana never met Kate Middleton, now Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William, the US magazine claimed the tapes show Diana imagined William’s bride to be "beautiful, smart and independent".
The voice of the tape stated: "I know I’d adore you and we’d be fast friends. You’d have to be someone truly special. If you weren’t, you wouldn’t be my William’s wife."
Prince George to be christened in St James’s Palace chapel where Diana’s body lay before her funeral
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge said they had made the ’very personal’ decision to have their son, Prince George, christened in the chapel where Prince William’s mother’s body lay before she was buried.
In a break with Royal tradition, the couple have chosen to hold an ‘intimate’ ceremony at the Chapel Royal of St James’s Palace - where the body of Diana, Princess of Wales, lay before the altar for a week before her burial in 1997 so her family could pay their last respects.
Only closest family and friends will be present at the christening, which will take place on October 23, conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby.
The couple chose the venue over the Music Room at Buckingham Palace - where Prince William, Prince Charles, Prince Andrew and Princess Anne were all baptised - and the private chapel of the royal residence, where the Queen herself was christened.