Diana Her Last Love is an account of the late Princess of Wales¹ relationship with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan. It discloses how they met at a London hospital, and how, for the last two years of Diana¹s life, they managed to keep their affair largely secret. Placing the story in context with the whole of Diana¹s life, author Kate Snell looks at Diana¹s fascination with Islam and the East. She also pieces together evidence suggesting that when Dr. Khan broke off their relationship, Diana planned several strategies to win him back, including using the media and Dodi Fayed to make the doctor jealous. The details of how Diana deliberately orchestrated the photos and news stories of her romance with Mr. Fayed will interest many readers, but at the heart of the story is a sensitive and believable portrait of a woman who wished to be loved for herself.
Kate Snell is an author and a documentary director. 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 directed a TV profile of Cherie Blair, the wife of the former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, and during the Clinton administration became 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. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Kate Snell's book is 100% fiction. She said the relationship between Diana and Dodi was not serious. Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2000
This book isn't one to really enjoy. Ms. Snell uses other books(listed in back) as references, no real problem with that but then she goes further and uses anonymous sources. Read morePublished on Sept. 18 2000 by A. Burchfield
Kate Snell's book is riddled with inaccuracies and distortions.
A French jeweller has released secret video footage which he claims proves Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed... Read more
There is no shred of evidence to back up this fantasy book.
This pile of rubbish is aimed at wiping out the truth about Princess Diana's loving relationship with Dodi Fayed. Read more
Uninspiring, petty and boring. I adored Diana, and truly enjoyed the exhaustively detailed biographies that have come out in the last 5 years. This isn't one of them. Read morePublished on Aug. 13 2000
This is the most sensitively written book so far about Princess Diana, showing her as a complete and whole person seen through the eyes of her different friends. Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2000
This book was probably written only to make Prince Philip and British Intelligence happy about Diana's 'accident'. Read morePublished on July 31 2000 by alan