Diana’s former lover Hasnat Khan has broken his silence to expose how the ‘cunning’ Martin Bashir preyed on the princess. Mr Khan said the BBC reporter ‘filled her head with rubbish’ until Prince William, then a teenager, warned her: ‘Mummy, he’s not a good person.’ In an unprecedented interview, Mr Khan – the shy surgeon with whom Diana was infatuated – lifted the lid on the breathtaking tactics Bashir deployed to land his infamous Panorama scoop. And he revealed how – when the scandal over Bashir’s behaviour reached boiling point late last year – a close ally of the beleaguered BBC religion editor got in touch, begging for help. Prince William, Princess Diana and Prince Harry are pictured in 1995. Hasnat Khan said the BBC reporter ‘filled her head with rubbish’ until Prince William, then a teenager, warned her: ‘Mummy, he’s not a good person’ Mr Khan came forward after the Mail exposed the underhand methods used by Bashir to trick Diana into giving her bombshell 1995 TV interview, which saw her declare: ‘There were three of us in this marriage.’ Her brother, Earl Spencer, claims Bashir spun a web of deceit, claiming senior royals and courtiers betrayed Diana to newspapers… Read full this story
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