What the papers are saying – September 11

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Potential healing within the royal family is the subject of most mastheads the first weekend after the Queen’s death.

The Sunday Times opts for simplicity with a striking black and white photograph of the late monarch as a young woman.

“Feuding royals in show of unit,” says The sun on Sunday with a photo of the Prince and Princess of Wales next to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Saturday.

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The black-clad royals also walk on the at Windsor Castle Sunday Express, TBEN and Sunday Mirrorall of which say the four are reunited for “grandma”.

sunday people covers the group’s mourning under the heading “Peace for Grandma”, with TBEN a public holiday has been declared for the state funeral on September 19.

William, Kate, Harry and Meghan are shown in a larger photo on The Sunday Telegraphwith the heir saying his late grandmother had been there for their “happiest moments and saddest days”.

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The Observer has a different focus, with a front-page photo of the king above an article about Russian troops retreating as Ukraine’s offensive mounts.