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Newspaper headlines: William's pride in 'Pa' and UK open to 'political' King

Newspaper headlines: William's pride in 'Pa' and UK open to 'political' King

Monday's papers reflect on the Prince of Wales' heartfelt words for the King at the Coronation concert.
The Sun's front page is filled with an image of the Coronation concert for the King, while headlining with the Prince of Wales' speech for his father, where he poignantly told him: "We are so proud of you."


The Prince Of Wales' speech during the concert at Windsor Castle is also onthe front page of the Daily Mirror as the paper uses the line: "Granny would be proud." There is also a large picture of the royals dancing along to the music at the concert.


The i takes a different approach with its front page as it reports on a poll which suggests the UK is more open to the idea of a "political" King who is vocal about the big issues facing the country.


A picture of the King and Queen smiling and waving to the crowds at the Coronation concert is on the front page of the Times. The paper also headlines on Prince William telling his father how proud the family are of him.


The Daily Telegraph also leads with the image of the King and Queen at the concert.


The Daily Mail bills Monday's paper as an historic souvenir edition as it also takes a picture of the King at the concert for its front page splash.


The royals are pictured "dancing all night long" to stars such as Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Take That on the front page of the Daily Express.


The Financial Times focuses its front page on the US facing a "constitutional crisis" over the continuing political deadlock about raising the country's debt ceiling, as the 1 June deadline for getting a deal to prevent defaulting on its borrowing approaches.


The Guardian ends the Coronation weekend by asking whether it was "magic or just an empty conjuring trick?" The lead story is a warning from a GP that NHS patients are developing cancer because they are having to wait so long to see their family doctor.


The Daily Star's reports that women could be better astronauts as their bodies apparently need less oxygen than men.
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