"And one didn't need to ask further questions."Wharfe says he made no moral judgments about his boss, and that his job was keeping the princess safe and the affair secret.Hewitt's mother frequently invited the couple and Diana's bodyguards to her cottage on the English coast.
When Hoare broke off the relationship and returned to his wife, Diana reportedly made more than 300 nuisance calls to his home.Hoare called the police, who traced the calls to the princess. "I do think that the drip, drip effect of embarrassing revelations about her private life had a corrosive effect on her public image," says Jephson.I think what he couldn't cope with was the Princess of Wales, the mother of the future king, and all of the baggage that she brought with her," says Snell.However, Hasnat also had problems with his parents.So, in 1996 she went to Pakistan, and visited a cancer hospital run by a well-known cricket player and politician, Imran Khan -- who was also Hasnat's distant cousin.
After returning from Pakistan, Diana's divorce became official and she continued pursuing Hasnat Khan.But now, it turns out, there may be more to the story. Snell, who conducted extensive research and produced a documentary about Diana, says the princess wanted these pictures published to inspire jealousy in the man with whom she was really in love."Very near the end of her life, she said to one of her friends, 'I'm no longer lonely. "And I think that's the gift that one man gave her. Hasnat Khan."Khan, a cardiologist still practicing in London, has managed to avoid the flashbulbs and spotlights that dogged Diana incessantly. Prince Charles invited his lover, Camilla Parker Bowles, to the wedding and Diana knew it. She just wanted to do the very best she could, for the royal family.But if Snell is right, the princess did indeed find the true love she had wanted all her life -- just before her death. She wanted to strike out and do the very best she could as Diana, the Princess of Wales," says Ken Wharfe, who was in charge of security for Diana.and then the boot sprung or the trunk sprung, sir, and a man got out of the boot, sir,'" recalls Wharfe. ' And he said 'Absolutely serious.' He said, 'Well, we did recognize the man, sir, and he went inside, and left later that night.' But of course, I subsequently found out this was Mr. And the princess and I had a discussion about it." Wharfe and the princess worked out more conventional ways to get Hoare into the palace. Wharfe remembers one rude awakening early one morning by the palace smoke alarm. I don't think anything more needed to be said." Before long, evidence that the marriage had collapsed was hard to ignore, and the palace finally stopped pretending that Charles and Diana were still a royal couple."As I sort of went down to the ground floor, so the smell of cigar smoke became stronger and stronger. Hoare standing underneath this sort of decorative bay tree in the lobby of Kensington Palace, and unfortunately he couldn't get out because the door was locked and they were alarmed, but he was leaving the property," says Wharfe. But the end of the marriage was not the end of the problems in Diana's life.Her friends have said she snuck him into Kensington Palace -- hiding him in the trunk of her car.