Daily Express – God rest our Queen
God rest our Queen – that’s the headline on the front of the Daily Express, while its back writes “God save the King” next to a picture of the new monarch, his eyes visibly red from what the Times describes as a “day of history marked with tears”.
The paper uses a striking image of the Queen’s coffin being carried into the Abbey – the coffin was draped in the Royal Standard and covered in beautiful flowers, her crown and orb.
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