Camilla Parker-Bowles Helped Hack Princess Diana and Boyfriend Hasnat Khan’s Phone Messages

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Long before Kate Middleton was even a grown woman, Camilla Parker Bowles was working her evil magic on another young Royal. Princess Diana was absolutely hated by Camilla for marrying Prince Charles and you know Camilla – if she’s angry she takes action. If the Daily Telegraph is to be believed, Camilla may have been wrecking havoc as far back as 1996.

In 1995 Diana was dating a Pakistani heart surgeon named Hasnat Khan. The two kept their relationship secret for about two years and they split only a few months before Diana’s death in August 2007. Friends of Khan recently spoke to the Telegraph and told about how he realized that his phone messages were being hacked.

“Their friendship was very private and very discreet but he now fears journalists were targeting him in a bid to find out what was going on. He is very angry about it and it just shows goes to show how long ago this activity stretches back. To know that someone has been listening to your private messages it awful. It’s absolutely terrible. It feels as if you have been robbed. I feel really violated. I am very angry.”

The British government was pretty much ruled out in this illegal snooping because they certainly wouldn’t look for information to hand to the press. Instead the finger is pointing directly at Camilla, as usual. She consistently works against the grain and tries to make the Royals look bad to the rest of the world. In this instance she likely was hoping that people would view Diana as a whore and somehow in Camilla’s twisted head it would make her seem to be a better person.

Taking that into consideration, it’s no surprise that she now goes after Kate. She simply can’t stand the attention that these women receive and it reminds her of how much she is not accepted. Are you sick of Camilla dipping into her bag of tricks to mess up lives? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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