Still wed to Charlie-boy, Diana was determined that it would not be her indiscretions that were seen to cause any eventual break up and her emotions were in any case shot to pieces after a decade of marriage troubles.
After their initial break up, any chance of a later reconciliation were dashed when Hewitt co-authored a book about the fling. Money had nothing to do with it." "Pass the poison, I smell a rat." More Lovers...
A spokesman at The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital declined to comment.
A family member tells The Daily Mirror, “He’s getting better, from what we know.
And in 2003, he tried to sell more than 60 letters Diana had sent him.
When he released his own memoir, , in 1999, he told PEOPLE he was “trying to move on.” “There has been so much rubbish written about me—I wanted to tell the truth,” he added.
Diana did, after all, say that she had "adored him" and that she "was in love with him." Friends attest to his charm and to the laconic sense of humour he shared with the Princess.
To go with his image as a rat of the most rodent-like proportions, it would appear Hewitt went the sneaky back door route to Diana's heart.In the years that followed his notoriety post-Diana, Hewitt opened a riding school in Devon, and then a polo-themed bar in Marbella.But in recent years, he has lived at home as a companion for his mother Shirley, 85. (That's an officer in one of Her Majesty's finest regiments not a Baywatch lifeguard). Muscular, sporty body let down by face with too many teeth and freckles.The man once called the "vilest man in Britain" by a newspaper after he'd sold his story to a rival publication is one of the demon figures of the late 20th century.It comes just weeks after Hewitt gave a rare interview during which he denied longstanding allegations that he is the biological father of Prince Charles' youngest son, Prince Harry.