The more I've thought about it, the more I'm inclined to think it would be best all the way around is that if there is to be a 20th anniversary memorial service, make it private for just family and friends of Diana. No media and nothing released to the public. That way, those that do attend can remember Diana in peace and not have the tabloids or the internet saturated with varying opinions.
I certainly agree with that. Plus the news media does not have to be advised until the service is well and truly over and all attending home. Many of these Memorials are held in private homes which really makes a closer family and true friends affair. The only one I actually was able to attend was after 10 years and even that was a very quiet personal time to reflect on the memories and fun times of a loved one. Actually didn't do a thing for me as I always though of the deceased daily. Everyone is different. I didn't need a gathering.