The Sun – We sent her victorious

The Sun also opts for a full wrap, with the front page photo dedicated to the procession carrying the Queen to her final resting place in Windsor. Under the headline "We sent her victorious," the paper describes the funeral as "the biggest farewell in history, while its black back cover merely says "God bless the Queen" and "God save the King".
The Sun - We sent her victorious

The Sun – We sent her victorious 

The Sun describes the Queen’s funeral as “the biggest farewell in history”.

The paper opts for a full wrap, with the front page photo dedicated to the procession carrying the Queen to her final resting place in Windsor. Under the headline “We sent her victorious,” the paper describes the funeral as “the biggest farewell in history, while its black back cover merely says “God bless the Queen” and “God save the King”.

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The Sun – We sent her victorious

The Sun also opts for a full wrap, with the front page photo dedicated to the procession carrying the Queen to her final resting place in Windsor. Under the headline “We sent her victorious,” the paper describes the funeral as “the biggest farewell in history, while its black back cover merely says “God bless the Queen” and “God save the King”.

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Princess Charlotte shares touching moment with Prince Harry during Queen’s funeral

THIS is the touching moment Princess Charlotte shared with Prince Harry as they said goodbye to their beloved matriarch. Princess Charlotte The uncle-niece duo had been sat side-by-side during the Queen’s committal service at Windsor Castle’s St George’s Chapel, before she was finally laid to rest with her husband. At one point during the service, the seven-year-old princess can be seen adjusting her hat before looking over at her uncle. Prince Harry then briefly looks up, catches Charlotte’s eye, and smiles at her. The pair

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Meet wonderkid Ethan Nwaneri who joined Arsenal at nine and is now youngest ever Premier League star at 15 yrs 181 days

WITH the clock ticking down as Arsenal led Brentford 3-0 at the Gtech Community Stadium, manager Mikel Arteta looked to his bench at wonderkid Ethan Nwaneri and gave him the nod to come on. Ethan Nwaneri It was reward for a fine training session on Saturday, as the talented midfielder made his debut in the 91st minute for the final moments of a match already won. As he ran onto the pitch, Arteta whispered in his ear:

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