MYSTIC Meg’s final horoscope on the day she died predicted she would “journey to her soulmate” – 46 years after the love of her life died in a car crash.
Britain’s most successful psychic, who died this morning aged 80, never found her own fairy-tale ending after during her lifetime.
For almost 23 years millions of Sun readers followed her legendary daily horoscopes.
Despite decades of lovelorn readers turning to Mystic Meg horoscopes in the hope of a romantic prediction, the psychic never got married herself.
But on the day of her death, the final horoscope she predicted was published – and its message is fitting.
The reading says: “It can be the most routine of routine journeys that takes you towards your soulmate – and you may not realise this straight away.”
Could this be a prediction of her own return to her soulmate in death?
Mystic Meg’s love life
Meg fell in love with millionaire football pools heir Nigel Moores and believed he was her destiny after reading in her own horoscope, aged seven, that she would marry a wealthy man.
But deeply private Meg was left utterly heartbroken after Nigel was killed in a car crash in the south of France in 1977, aged 39.
She never remarried and lived out her days with her seven cats at her Notting Hill home.
Her late mum Millicent Howard once told how Meg believed Nigel was her one and only.
She said: “They were always holding hands and kissing.
“She thought he was the man her horoscope had predicted when she was a child.
“She was very upset when he died. I believe he is the reason she never married. She is still looking for another Nigel.”
Meg’s agent Dave Shapland said: “In all the time I knew her there was never another man in her life.
“She gave the impression of being a recluse, living on her own with her crystal ball and seven cats for company. That was the reality. She was a very private person.”
As the heir to the Littlewoods pools dynasty, Nigel was worth £9million when he died – equivalent to £48.4m today
Before meeting Meg, Nigel was said to be a notorious playboy who was previously married to doctor’s daughter, Jean Murray.
They divorced after 12 years in 1972, before Nigel met Meg.
Meg had the star sign Leo – and perhaps her final horoscope published in The Sun predicts her finally reuniting with Nigel.
She died at 3.45am this morning.
Meg’s agent of 34 years, Dave Shapland, said: “Without any question, she was Britain’s most famous astrologer by a million miles.
“Nobody came close to Meg in that respect. She was followed by millions in this country and also around the world.”