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Hasnat Khan: 5 Things To Know About Princess Diana’s Former Lover

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Dr. Hasnat Khan will be featured in ‘The Crown’ season 5, which explores the dramatic divorce between Princess Diana and Prince Charles. Learn more about Hasnat here.

Dr. Hasnat Khan was an important person in Princess Diana‘s life before her tragic 1997 death. Hasnat, 64, dated the Princess of Wales for two years (from 1995 to 1997) after the end of her marriage to Prince Charles, now King Charles. They broke up just months before Diana was killed in a car accident while fleeing paparazzi in Paris. Hasnat will be played by Pakistani actor Humayun Saeed, 51, in the fifth season of the Netflix series The Crown, which premieres Nov. 9. The new season shows when Diana met Hasnat as her marriage to Charles was completely crumbling.

Hasnat worked as a heart and lung surgeon before, and after, his relationship with Diana. He worked in Sydney, Australia before moving to London, where he worked at the Royal Brompton Hospital and then the London Chest Hospital. It’s been reported that Hasnat currently works a consultant cardiothoracic surgeon at Basildon University Hospital, in Essex, England

Hasnat met Diana in August 1995, while he was working at the Royal Brompton Hospital. Diana was there visiting her close friend’s husband who was recovering from heart surgery, according to Bustle. Hasnat reportedly invited Diana to his uncle’s house where he was going to collect books, and she agreed to come. This happened as her marriage to Charles was falling apart, but before they officially divorced.

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