I actually feel sorry for Camilla. I think she has been made into a scapegoat by many people who just could not accept that Prince Charles was in love with her, and only her, from the start, and finally made a grab for his own happiness. Something he deserves whether he is the heir to the throne of England or not. Nobody asks to be born into royalty - and they're not born for the want of a baby, they're born for the want of an heir. They are `produced'. It is a terrible burden and one that no member of the modern royal family has shirked. Neither has Charles, and so I do believe that he deserves some happiness, too.
Now, Diana knew exactly what she was getting into - she was far from stupid. And anyone marrying into the royal family is thoroughly vetted, examined and counselled beforehand to ensure that they are appropriate. I refuse to believe that she was this little innocent who married into a family that made her life hell. She made their lives hell, too. Charles would never have been happy with Diana, because she wasn't the woman he loved. I think he tried, and I think she knew she wasn't the one and resented it and made his life miserable, quite deliberately. I think he behaved with dignity and grace at her funeral, and I think that when they finally did pay tribute, they did it beautifully. And I think that it was the only thing they could do, even though deep down I think they felt she didn't deserve it, for what she put them through.
At the time, though - and to this day, despite my personal feelings for her - I think she deserved the tribute too. She was beloved by many, and changed the lives of so many, I think that all the events surrounding her death were just right. But, now, ENOUGH. It's time to move on and let her go, and stop keeping her alive when she has been gone a long time. I'm sure all this is just what she would have wanted, and yet on the other hand, I think that she would also like to be left to rest in peace.