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James Packer's ex Kate Fischer pens letter to Mariah Carey

Woman's Day logo Woman's Day 14/11/2016

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Following the news of the shock split of James Packer and Mariah Carey, James’s former fiancé Kate Fischer - now known as Tziporah Malkah - has penned an open letter to Mariah advising her how she could win back the billionaire's love.

The former Australian model and actress was engaged to James for two years until their break up in 1998 and recently made headlines for accusing him of using her name to keep himself in the press.

Since her rise to fame in the mid nineties, Tziporah, formerly known as Kate, has since retired from the spotlight and claims she now lives a new, quiet life as an aged care nurse.

The 42-year-old published the lengthy letter addressed directly to ‘Dear Mariah’ in this week’s issue of New Idea and said she was "sorry to hear the pair had recently parted ways."

"My advice to you is, if you really want him back, play the game, let him make the key decisions and you may well live happily ever after as Mariah Carey Packer," she writes.

After outlining the history of her own relationship with James, including details about their dates and arguments, she offered the pop icon some guidance.

"Here's a tip, Mariah," she writes. "If you want to get him back and he's having a sulk, just wait a few days and get in touch."

She went on to suggest that Mariah is "perhaps lucky" she didn't have to meet James' late father Kerry Packer, who she describes as "intimidating" with a great temper. As for his mother, Ros: She "isn't the easiest woman to impress. Did you find that, Mariah?"

Tziporah then revealed the reason behind her split with the billionaire, blaming the “hangers-on” in their lives which meant they struggled for one-on-one time.

"You probably know what I'm talking about, Mariah. Whenever I saw pictures of you with James on that good old floating palace, the Arctic P, there were umpteen people around you."

James’s former flame ends the letter by wishing the singer “good luck” while claiming that she herself could “never be happy being Mrs Packer.”


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