‘Reunited for granny’: UK papers hail William and Harry surprise reunion

Sept 11, 2022: According to a report by AFP, Britain’s newspapers on Sunday hoped for royal reconciliation as their front pages were dedicated to the surprise reunion of estranged princes William and Harry along with their wives, Kate and Meghan.

Pictures of the quartet putting aside their differences to look at floral tributes to Queen Elizabeth II outside her former Windsor Castle residence were splashed across the covers of many of the nation’s Sunday papers.

“Reunited for granny,” read the Mirror’s headline, while the Telegraph ran with “Reunited in sorrow” and the Sun with “All 4 One.”

Despite the truce, relations still appeared to be frosty, with the Times headline reading “Warring Windsors’ awkward truce to honour the Queen.”

While there was optimism among some papers, the Sunday Times said that “although the brothers put on a show of unity at Windsor, it is understood that the camps required extended negotiations behind the scenes beforehand, delaying their arrival for the walkabout by 45 minutes.”

The Sun also cautioned that “it is understood past wounds haven’t fully healed, and the walkabout was more a temporary truce.”

The Sunday Telegraph described the move as “a knockout PR blow intended to stop 10 days of national mourning being overshadowed by tales of the on-going rift between the royal brothers.”
It praised William for offering an “olive branch,” saying the prince had “created his very own ‘cometh the hour, cometh the man’ moment.”

However, it warned that “while the joint appearance will undoubtedly begin a healing process for the once-inseparable siblings, there is no denying that the road to peace is not without its potential potholes.”

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