When it was first published in 2000 the content of this book was deemed so controversial that that ITV nearly decided not to broadcast the documentary that accompanied it. Five years later, there is still a huge interest in the life of the People's Princess. This book is established as one of the definitive works on her life. Diana - Her Last Love is the untold, controversial story of her relationship with Pakistani heart surgeon Hasnat Khan. It reveals 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. Khan unlike anyone else the Princess had ever met, and his desire to alleviate suffering, created a deep bond between them. In the words of Diana's confidant, Imran Khan, he was 'the man' and she wanted to spend the rest of her life with him. Putting the story in context with the rest of Diana's life, author Kate Snell shows how the Princess's fascination with Islam can be dated back to 1990 and how she would have converted if she could win the heart of Hasnat. She also pieces together the evidence to argue that, when Hasnat finally broke off their relationship, Diana planned several strategies to win him back. The book reveals how Imran Khan agreed to try to persuade Hasnat to think again and, more daringly, how she decided to use the media and Dodi Fayed to make the doctor jealous. Using powerful fresh testimony from some of her closest friends, Diana - Her Last Love gives a unique insight into Diana's world and a new interpretation of events central to the last years of her life.