Tuesday's national newspaper front pages | UK News – Sky News

Sky News takes a look at the stories making headlines on the front of Tuesday’s national newspapers.
You can watch the Press Preview with former royal photographer Ian Lloyd and The Times’s home affairs editor Matt Dathan in the video above.
See you again on Tuesday night for a look at Wednesday’s front pages.
The i leads with coverage of the Queen’s state funeral, saying it marks “the end of the Elizabethan age”.
The Times reports that tens of thousands of people lined the streets to say farewell to the Queen on the day of her funeral.
The Daily Telegraph, like the other newspapers, leads with coverage of the Queen’s state funeral.
The Daily Mail’s front page marks the Queen’s “final journey”.
“Until we meet again…” – that is the Daily Mirror’s tribute to the Queen following her funeral.
“Unsurpassed pomp and public spectacle” gave way to “intimacy” as the Queen was laid to rest, The Guardian says.
The Sun describes the Queen’s funeral as “the biggest farewell in history”.
Metro also leads with the Queen’s state funeral.
The Financial Times uses a quote from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s homily, said during the Queen’s funeral.
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