Jemima Packington appeared on the ITV show where she not only predicted who pushed the Corrie favourite down the stairs, but also revealed who would win the upcoming general election and when Prince Harry and Meghan Markle would marry – using asparagus.
Last year, the world’s only asparamancer correctly predicted that Britain would leave the European Union by hurling spears of the the vegetable onto a metal plate, and today she turned her attention to a string of pressing matters.
After drawing up a questionable letter T with her unorthodox crystal ball, Jemima told hosts Ruth Langsford, 57, and Eamonn Holmes, 57, that Theresa May’s Tory Party would retain their position in government following the upcoming vote.
Tossing her asparagus again when tasked with predicting the next royal wedding, Jemima gasped as she saw what she felt was a clear letter N.
“November, that’s definitely a November wedding,” she declared.
However, avid Coronation Street fan Ruth was desperate to find out who really tried to kill the soap’s beloved Ken.
“I see an A,” said Jemima.
“Adam Barton,” Ruth shrieked, but Jemima soon put her in her place and interrupted: “No, Amy.”
Fans previously suggested Ken’s granddaughter was behind the horrifying attack and she’s about to be leaving the Cobbles when Tracy Barlow begins to suspect that Amy’s keeping a secret.