Princess Diana
Princess Diana had puzzling and troubling dreams about her life and marriage before she died. Pictured: Princess Diana wearing a Jasper Conran suit during a visit to a community centre in Brixton, October 1983. Getty Images/Princess Diana Archive

Princess Diana’s dream therapist recently revealed that the mom of two had puzzling and troubling dreams one year before she passed away.

Joan Hanger told “Today” that Princess Diana dreamed of everything, but the majority of them were not positive. “The flying dream is one of the most common dreams you find anywhere, but Diana would often have that one and she’d be falling and then she’d fly,” Hanger said.

The dream therapist added that Princess Diana’s failed marriage to Prince Charles, her eating disorder and mental illness were also featured in her dreams but are depicted in an indirect manner.

“She’d dream of torn clothes and things going wrong. She really couldn’t understand it, but once we started talking through the symbols, it started making sense to her,” Hanger said.

The dream therapist added that Princess Diana had recurring dreams of a funeral. Some people might see this as a premonition, but Hanger said that this may not have been the case.

“I went to the palace with her and she said to Paul Burrell and me, ‘I dreamed of a funeral last night.’ I said, ‘Your Highness, that’s ridiculous… but if you did, I think it’s the death of your marriage.’ She thought it was the funeral of the Queen Mother,” Hanger said.

Meanwhile, other than Princess Diana’s dreams, Hanger also gushed over the late princess, who passed away on Aug. 31, 1997. She died following a fatal car crash in Paris with her then-boyfriend Dodi Al Fayed.

“To be with her was just magic… she made everyone feel worthwhile… [Prince William and Prince Harry] were her hope for the future, she was always very keen that they could handle the palace protocol. I’m sure I’d be thrilled with Harry and I think she’d be ecstatic being a grandmother to those beautiful little children of William’s,” Hanger said.