How British newspapers have marked Queen Elizabeth's death

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As Great Britain continues to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth the nation's newspapers have prepared elaborate editions to mark the significant moment in history.

Truth be told, newspapers, broadcast stations and media outlets all over the world have been preparing for this moment for quite some time.

Friday's UK newspapers all feature front-page tributes to the Commonwealth's longest-serving monarch.

The Sun has revealed Friday's front page following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Source: Twitter/The Sun
The Sun has revealed Friday's front page following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Source: Twitter/The Sun

"We love you, Ma'am," The Sun's wraparound cover will read in the wake of Queen Elizabeth's death, featuring a picture of her majesty in her later years as well as an image of the young queen. The cover of the 36-page tribute also includes a statement from her son, King Charles III.

The Daily Mirror's front page simply reads "Thank you", along with a picture of Queen Elizabeth.

The Guardian, The Times, the Daily Star and the Independent have all used the same picture Queen Elizabeth II from her coronation in 1953, taken by royal photographer Cecil Beaton.

"You did your duty, Ma'am," the Daily Star's front page reads.

The Times will run with the headline: A Life In Service — Queen Elizabeth II.

UK's The Daily Telegraph will have 28 pictures to commemorate Queen Elizabeth II.

"Grief is the price we pay for love," it says on the front page, which is a quote from the Queen herself.

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The Daily Mail will release a "historic special edition" in the wake of the Queen's death.

The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail will both have special tributes to the Queen on Friday. Source: Twitter - The Daily Telegraph/Daily Mail
The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail will both have special tributes to the Queen on Friday. Source: Twitter - The Daily Telegraph/Daily Mail

"Our hearts are broken," the front page tomorrow will read, the front page also includes an excerpt from Sarah Vine, a British columnist.

"HOW to find the words? Our grief is a hundred different emotions, all of them hard to grasp," Vine's piece says.

The Metro's front page will feature a portrait of the Queen, with the year of her birth and death — 1926 and 2022. The front page has been praised for being beautiful and simple.

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