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‘All 4 one’: how British newspapers covered the reunion of William and Harry in Windsor | King Charles III

Much of British press on Sunday focused its first stripes on walk of the newly named prince and princess of Wales with duke and duchess of Sussex on Saturday evening at Windsor Castle where the tribute was inspected left to his grandmother the queen.

There was various interpretations of which meant the joint appearance of William and Harry and their spouses. For the Sunday Telegraph they were “reunited in sorrow”. Stating that the four have “rarely been seen together” since Harry and Meghan. announced their intention step back the paper reported that from royal duties they had put their differences aside.

Main page of tomorrow Sunday telegraph:

‘Reunion in sorrow’#TomorrowsPapersToday

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— Telegraph (@Telegraph) September 10, 2022


People said they are one in “world for gran”.

Sunday People: Grandma’s World #TomorrowsPapersToday #SundayPeople rice.twitter.com/0stK7kQIrS

— Papers of Tomorrow Today (@TmorrowsPapers) September 10, 2022


Sunday mirror took a similar line saying the brothers were “reunited for grandmother”, describing the joint appearance as an “olive branch” from future King Wilhelm to his brother.

Sunday Mirror: Reunited for Grandma #TomorrowsPapersToday #SundayMirror #Mirror rice.twitter.com/WV3pjHhCPm

— Papers of Tomorrow Today (@TmorrowsPapers) September 10, 2022


Sun on Sunday called them “feuding royals” and went for three musketeers motif with heading “All 4 one”. It said that they “abruptly” reunited. in what a royal source told the newspaper was “important show of unity for Queen”.

Sunday Sun: All 4 One #TomorrowsPapersToday #sunday #Sun #Sun rice.twitter.com/uYEyWBGdiF

— Papers of Tomorrow Today (@TmorrowsPapers) September 10, 2022


Mail on Sunday declared the brothers “reunited”, although inside it had body language expert study over footage and description of Harry’s pose during the 10-minute walk as “defensive’ and ‘protected’.

Here #Sunday title page from:#MailOnSunday #TomorrowsPapersToday rice.twitter.com/9Ycx7T71St

— TSC News Press Center (@channel_tsc) September 11, 2022


The Sunday Times preferred for simple home page with photograph with a bluish tint taken at the beginning in queen’s life.

Sunday Times: Queen Elizabeth II, 1926–2022 #TomorrowsPapersToday #Sunday #Time # once rice.twitter.com/3InUX7Z804

— Papers of Tomorrow Today (@TmorrowsPapers) September 10, 2022


The Observer chose a picture of newly proclaimed King Charles III and heading on his guess of “heavy duties of sovereignty, while leading with in latest developments in Russian war on Ukraine.

Home Page of Tomorrow rice.twitter.com/SxeUm1QcGc

— Observer (@ObserverUK) September 10, 2022


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Adrian Ovalle
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