Diana: Her Last Love

By: Kate Snell

Catalogue Number: D2B-45YJ

Diana: Her Last Love

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
  • ISBN: 9780233003726
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Synopsis

When Princess Diana flew to Pakistan in May 1997, she went to meet the family of Dr. Hasnat Khan, the man she wanted to marry. One of the most famous and beautiful women in the world, she hoped to persuade Dr. Khan's mother that she would make a suitable wife for her son. Had she succeeded, the events of that summer might have been very different. Using powerful testimony from some of Diana's closest friends as well as members of Dr. Khan's family who grew to know and love Diana, Diana - Her Last Love gives a unique insight into Diana's world and a thorough interpretation of events central to the last years of her life. It explains how Dr. Khan, a dedicated doctor and a very private man, found himself thrust into the spotlight and when he broke off their relationship, Diana sought every means at her disposal to win him back. Putting all the events of the final months of Diana's life into context, the author brings the story to a proper and full conclusion.

Author's Biography

Kate Snell is an award-winning film director and author, who has directed numerous documentaries on controversial subjects. She made international headlines when she revealed that the famous pictures of Princess Diana kissing Dodi Fayed while on holiday in the Mediterranean had been set up by the Princess herself. She was director of a TV profile of Cherie Blair, the wife of the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and had unique access to the White House during the Clinton administration, becoming the first TV director to film the infamous gaggle , the early morning meeting between the President's communications director and the White House press corps.

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