Tara Palmer-Tomkinson’s sister saw star in eerie apparition with strange detail
Tara Palmer-Tomkinson's sister has claimed to have seen the I'm A Celeb legend's spirit in the middle of the night.
Santa Montefiore, 53, was a guest on the ITV daytime panel show talking about her sister's tragic death in 2017.
The author and novelist said that when Tara passed away it hit her "like a truck", adding that she grew to hate people telling her it would be okay.
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"I learned from Tara's death that it wasn't enough, that it was almost like quick fix – actually it wasn't okay," she said.
"I knew that she was fine – she was a spirit – but I suffered, it was like my heart had been scooped out."
Montefiore joined the panel on Wednesday (July 19) with Charlene White, Coleen Nolan, Kéllé Bryan and Brenda Edwards.
Santa, who openly believes in spirituality, had said that she had "expected every night that Tara would appear".
She then went on to say that six months after the socialite's death, she saw Tara's spirit as her brainwaves began to slow down as she was falling asleep.
"It's rather like a hologram, it's a different quality," she admitted.
"My husband was asleep in bed, but she was there going 'Santa, Santa, Santa, Santa, Santa, Santa, Santa' – I just felt this urgency.
"It was a joy to see her again, she was like 18 years old again – glossy, radiant, happy, exuberant, this wonderful mischievous energy."
Montefiore said that the following day, she called her mother saying that she had met Tara's spirit dressed in a pink T-shirt.
According to the novelist, her mother went quiet as it was revealed they had buried the TV personality in a pink T-shirt.
"That – I think – was Tara revealing herself in a T-shirt so that mum would know that I hadn't had made it up."
The novelist added that since their first meeting, Tara's spirit has stayed with her sister, regularly turning off lights in her home.
However panelist Coleen Nolan was skeptical of the story.
"It fascinates me but I've always tried to find a reason for it," she explained.
"Do you think people are just grieving so much they're just desperate to see something and therefore, they do see something?"
Loose Women airs weekdays at 12.30pm on ITV
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