Dis Mr Wonderful hopes inquest marks end to speculationJanuary 15th, 2008 - 10:49 pm ICT by admin
London, Jan 15 (ANI): The man whom Princess Diana described as “Mr Wonderful” and the greatest love of her life, has said he hopes the inquest into her death answers “all the questions that have been asked” and marks an end to all the controversies.
Heart surgeon Hasnat Khan told ITV News at Ten that it was immensely essential that the London held inquest brings all the speculation surrounding the Princess’ death in August 1997, to a conclusion.
“For me, I think it’s important that this is the end of it, and that people can move on, the Daily Snack quoted him, as telling ITV.
The 48-year-old broke his silence about his relationship with Diana in recent interviews with British newspapers The Mail and The Sunday Telegraph.
Khan admitted that the princess death still haunted him, making him want to scream at times.
“Sometimes I feel like screaming. There have been very bad times. I have moved on, but it keeps coming back, he said.
Khan, who recently separated from his 29-year-old wife, declined to reveal the circumstances that led to his split with Diana, whom he first met in 1995.
But Khan did pay homage to Diana, by discussing the respect in which he holds the late princess, and criticising her memorial fountain in the process.
“Creating a fountain is not how you should remember a great person. You put great people up as high as possible. Look at Nelson,” he said.
On the issue of the ongoing inquest in London, Khan said he had received a letter suggesting that the coroner may want him to testify, but it is unlikely that he will attend.
“My lawyers advised me I do not have to attend. If that’s their advice, I won’t go. But if I find I have to go according to the law, I will go, he said.
Diana, who started dating Khan in 1995, two years before her death, fell head over heels in love with him, describing him as the “love of her life. (ANI)
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