The Queen’s decision to “reluctantly” let the Duke and Duchess of Sussex resign while the royals generate a lot of light and heat in the first pages.
Harry and Meghan “got away with it” at the Royal Summit of Sandringham, according to the Sun, but newspapers say the queen made it clear that she is “deeply upset because they are resigning.”
“If you leave … but you don’t have fun,” is its owner. The newspaper says the couple will initially stay in Canada “but will eventually want to make Los Angeles their home.”
The Daily Express paints the Queen as the hero of the hour with “The Funny Queen grants Harry her wish.” Compare the monarch’s statement about the division with his speech to the nation after the death of Princess Diana.
“Make no mistake, it means that Harry and Meghan have won,” he says.
“Go … if necessary” is the head of the Daily Mail. The document describes the Queen’s statement as “deeply personal” and says that she and her closest relatives “would have preferred” that Harry and Meghan remain members of Royalty that work full time.
The mirror bears the title “Queen of Harry:” I want you to stay … but you are free to leave. “Like the Post, it provides a detailed description of what the Queen’s statement said and what it meant. : “Peace, but there can still be a lot to play for,” says its royal editor, describing the summit as “one of the most extraordinary days in modern real history.”
The Guardian says “Harry and Meghan get Queen’s endorsement.” The document says that the fact that the couple was not mentioned in the Queen’s statement using their official titles, instead of using their names, was “very unusual” and raised questions about whether they would retain their titles.
The head of the Daily Telegraph is “The reluctant farewell of the Queen.” Inside describes “How the Queen tried to save the Windsor House”. He also compared the Queen’s statement with the week of Diana’s death, saying there were “echoes” of the Queen’s television address in 1997.
The Times says “Queen gives Meghan and Harry” transition period “” as a front page title. Inside it has a story entitled “William is not a bully, he insists the brothers in a show of unity.”