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” Diana wasn’t missing a detail: “And his name is Hasnat Khan,” she went on.
“It’s written on his shoes.”Oonagh Toffolo was part of the retinue—healers, hairdressers, astrologists, masseuses—that Diana gathered around her as she distanced herself from her royal life.
Hasnat had assisted at her husband’s triple-bypass surgery the day before, but there had been a complication and the patient was hemorrhaging.
As Hasnat relayed the news, Toffolo introduced him to the visitor who had arrived that morning: Princess Diana.
Set in an acrylic pyramid in front of the photographs is the famous and controversial “engagement ring” that Dodi bought Diana the day before their deaths, along with a smudged wineglass—preserved, as the inscription notes, “in the exact condition it was left on the couple’s last evening together at the Imperial Suite at the Hotel Ritz in Paris.”Mohamed Al Fayed has attempted to preserve a similarly lasting impression of his version of the relationship between Diana and his late son.
Mohamed, a self-styled enemy of the British establishment, has long maintained that Dodi was murdered by the British secret service, as part of a conspiracy involving members of the royal family, because he was a Muslim about to marry the mother of a future King of England.
He worked 90-hour weeks and, like most surgeons at his stage of career, he simply wanted to sleep when he got home.
(The inquest had had to await the completion of a French police investigation, which lasted until 2003, and of an independent follow-on British police investigation, which began in 2004.) The coroner’s inquest lasted 89 days.
“Hasnat is the one person who will never sell me out.”Their first meeting was by chance, and for the most famous woman in the world, his reaction was unusually abrupt.
On September 1, 1995, Hasnat Khan, the attending surgeon, had come to a waiting room at the Royal Brompton Hospital to tell Oonagh Toffolo, an acupuncturist and self-described healer, that he had to rush her husband, Joseph, back to the operating room.
It’s hard to imagine Dodi socializing with the help.
Starting in 1995, news photographers and paparazzi caught Diana’s many trips to the Royal Brompton Hospital, where Dr. Asked about the visits, Diana spoke of the terminally ill patients she sought to comfort there.