, which portrays the Princess's love affair with the Pakistani doctor.The heart surgeon, 54, has said that the film, starring Naomi Watts and Naveen Andrews, is based entirely "on hypotheses and gossip" and has vowed never to watch it. A still image from the film showing the actors side by side at the London hospital where they met was enough to convince the heart surgeon it would entirely misrepresent their relationship, he said.
She also made her husband swear never to mention Kestra again.Prince Charles was dating Diana’s older sister, Sarah, when he first met Diana, but their relationship hit a rough patch after she boldly stated in print, “I am not in love with Prince Charles.” Diana, however, was more emphatic about her affection for the royal, and even had a picture of Charles tacked up above her bed at boarding school.“I would love to be a dancer—or Princess of Wales,” she once told a classmate."I don't see this movie doing well at all," said Dr Hasnat, who was nicknamed 'Mister Wonderful' by the late Princess."It is based on gossip and Diana's friends talking about a relationship that they didn't know much about, and some of my relatives who didn't know much about it either.