Diana: Her Last Love is an account of the late Princess of Wales’ relationship with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan. It discloses how they met at a London hospital, and how, for the last two years of Diana’s life, they managed to keep their affair largely secret. The details of how Diana deliberately orchestrated the photos and news stories of her romance with Dodi Fayed will interest many readers, but at the heart of the story is a sensitive portrait of a woman who wished to be loved for herself.
Kate Snell is a distinguished television director and producer, with a track record of making powerful and often moving documentaries for the BBC and Channel Four. She began her broadcasting career as a freelance reporter with BBC Radio’s Woman’s Hour before moving to BBC Television News and Current Affairs where she produced programmes for Assignment and Panorama. This is her first book. –This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Princess Diana’s former lover Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan has dismissed the new film portraying their love affair as “completely wrong”.
However, Kate Snell, whose book, Diana: Her Last Love, was optioned for the film starring Naomi Watts and Naveen Andrews, stands by her version of events. “I met with Hasnat,” she tells me. “He said, ‘If you want to know the story, you’ve got to go and speak to my family’… That’s what I did. I got to know the family… They had their own relationship with Diana.”
Of Watts’s performance, she says: “At one point, I just closed my eyes and listened, and it was just incredible — that feeling that she was actually there … She’s really distilled and embodied Diana.
“The same with Naveen. He’s really got to the heart of Khan. When I broke the story 13 years ago it was very controversial because it was against the grain at the time. People were saying she’s going to marry Dodi Fayed and here was I coming out saying she wasn’t, not according to confidantes … When I went to the inquest it was completely validated and it’s all in the public domain.”
Princess Diana Film ‘Completely Wrong,’ Ex-Lover Hasnat Khan Says