Princess Diana
Princess Diana was once again remembered by Paul Burrell on television. Pictured: Princess Diana is seen during the official Madame Tussauds' wax effigy of HRH Prince William is unveiled at London's Marylebone Road tourist attraction on Aug. 3, 2005 in London, England. MJ Kim/Getty Images

Princess Diana’s former butler, Paul Burrell, shared another shocking revelations about the “People’s Princess.”

In the recent episode of “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here,” Burrell spoke with John Edward, an American medium. The psychic asked him if his friend was involved in two accidents, and Burrell initially said no. Seconds later he admitted that his friend was involved in two accidents and expressed his shock on how Edward figured it out.

Following his conversation with Edward, Burrell told Jackie Gillies that the late princess also had a car accident “in the middle of nowhere.” “She was frightened that night. She crashed her car. She couldn’t drive it… She said, ‘What do I do?’ I said, ‘You go and lock yourself in the ladies loo in the nearest hotel and I’ll come and get you,’” he recounted.

“And I did. I went down at midnight and collected her and then rang the police and the Palace to say they can go and tow the car,” he said.

Meanwhile, Burrell also received a message from Princess Diana through the medium in this week’s episode of the hit Australian reality TV show.

“Your friend wants me to tell you that the dream where she came to you in the royal blue dress was real,” Edward said.

Burrell could no longer contain his shock. He replied, “I do have a dream of me sitting alone with the Princess, cross legged on the floor, and she is wearing a blue dress. It’s the last dress I saw her in. I’ve never told anybody about that particular dream.”

Burrell has been sharing intimate details about his relationship with Princes William and Harry’s mom throughout the duration of “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here. However, some viewers have criticized him for “cashing in” on the late princess.

Princess Diana passed away at the age or 36 on Aug. 31, 1997 following a fatal car crash in Paris.