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    Princess Diana's ex-lover Hasnat Khan to give evidence

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    January 09, 2008 12:00am

    PRINCESS Diana's former lover, Hasnat Khan, is preparing to reveal intimate details about their two-year affair by giving evidence at her inquest.

    The heart surgeon has never spoken publicly about his relationship with the princess, who told friends he had been the "love of my life".

    British newspapers said that the Pakistan-based surgeon would give his evidence to the London inquest either in a written statement, in person or via video link.

    Dr Khan is believed to be keen for "the whole story" about Diana to be told.

    The princess was reportedly keen to marry him but Dr Khan was reluctant because of concerns that the intense media spotlight surrounding her would interfere with his work.

    Some witnesses have told the inquest that after Dr Khan and Diana split in 1997, she embarked on an affair with Dodi Fayed to try to make him jealous.

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