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VINTAGE PRINCESS DIANA COLLECTABLE
DAILY MAIL MAGAZINE
“A CENTURY OF ROYALS”
PART EIGHT
“LOOKING FOR LOVE”
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THE HEART OF THE MATTER
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PHOTO CREDITS: JULIAN PARKER / UK PRESS
  
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Who would have guessed that the unassuming heart specialist Dr Hasnat Khan,
seen above with nursing friends at a London pub in May 1997,
could have captivated a Princess?
But Diana (pictured on the cover at the height of their affair in October 1996)
became so immersed in his life that she risked ridicule
to don a surgical gown and mask (right)
to observe a cardiac operation at Harefield Hospital in April 1996.
PHOTO CREDITS: SKY NEWS
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Her marriage in tatters, the strain was telling on Diana (right)
as she tried to dodge the paparazzi.
Is it any wonder she was bowled over by Captain James Hewitt (far right)?
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PHOTO CREDITS: ALPHA / DAVE CHANCELLOR

PHOTO CREDITS: ALPHA/ GEORGE PHILLIPS

In shades and with his hair slicked back,
Hewitt cuts a dash as he arrives at a society wedding (above) in a sports car.
On the pole field (right), he strips to show off his famous broad shoulders.
PHOTO CREDITS: REUTERS

PRINCESS DIANA
1961-1997

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The ever attentive Will Carling introduces the Princess
to the England team at Cardiff Arms Park in 1993.
During their intense friendship,
she flirted with rugby and travelled by train to matches (inset)

PHOTO CREDITS: GLENN HARVEY

Debonair Oliver Hoare is just one step behind Diana (left) at Royal Ascot in 1986.
Despite the row over silent phone calls to his home eight years later,
his friendship with Charles and Camilla is unaffected.
PHOTO CREDITS: CISOTTI / DEIDDA / NIKOS

The suave Gulu Lalvani was the perfect attentive date in June 1997
when Diana was still recovering from the end of her affair with Hasnat.
PHOTO CREDITS: REX

Diana walks past Dodi Fayed and his father Mohamed (above)
without a second glance as she guides six-year-old William to his seat
at a polo match in 1988.
A decade later their fates would become inextricably linked.
But it was a different Moslem who had captured her heart.
Diana was happy to wear the traditional headscarf (right) on her visits to Pakistan.
Was she considering converting to win the hand of Dr. Hasnat Khan?
PHOTO CREDITS: MIKE FORSTER
NEXT WEEK
DAILY MAIL
A CENTURY OF ROYALS
PART NINE

What irony… while Charles has crusaded for the underprivileged,
in private he leads a life of extraordinary self-indulgence.

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