Presidents, prime ministers, monarchs and leaders round the world have all paid tribute following the demise of Queen Elizabeth II.
Some shared private reminiscences of her kindness and humour, others noting how the Queen has been a “dutiful fixed” all through international turbulence.
Their sentiments have been additionally mirrored in Friday’s newspaper headlines.
The most heartfelt tributes have been shared by newspapers in the UK, the nation the place Queen Elizabeth dominated for a file 70 years.
Many newspapers, together with the Guardian, selected a picture of Queen Elizabeth’s coronation — in June 1952 — for his or her entrance web page.
The Telegraph selected a more moderen portrait photograph of the Queen, and reference to her well-known speech after the September 11 terror assaults in the United States.
“Nothing that may be stated can start to take away the anguish and the ache of those moments. Grief is the value we pay for love.”
On Friday, The Daily Mail newspaper ran the headline “Our hearts are damaged”, whereas The Mirror merely learn “Thank you”.
Tributes have been additionally shared by newspapers in the 15 different sovereign states the place Queen Elizabeth served as head of state.
Many entrance pages in Australia have been devoted to a photograph of Queen Elizabeth together with the phrase “Irreplaceable”.
Newspaper tributes have been additionally heartfelt in Europe, the place the Queen has distant royal cousins and was adored by thousands and thousands.
The entrance web page of the Swedish newspaper Dagens Nyheter was devoted to an image of the Queen from her current Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June, which marked her seventieth yr on the throne.
In France — the European nation the place Queen Elizabeth visited extra typically than every other — newspapers have been additionally reflective.
The centre-left day by day Libération selected the headline “La peine d’Angleterre” (“The ache of England”) whereas a particular version of Le Parisien was headlined “Nous l’avons tant aimée” (“We liked her a lot”).
German newspapers additionally devoted their entrance pages to portraits of Queen Elizabeth on Friday.
Der Spiegel featured a picture of the Queen along with her eyes closed alongside the headline “Die Letzte Majestät” (“The Last Majesty”).
Meanwhile, Die Bild selected to summarise the international emotion at Queen Elizabeth’s demise. “Die Welt weint um die Queen” (“The world weeps for the Queen”).