The gravel drive leading up to Windsor Castle served as the red carpet, with guests pausing to pose for the photographers. Those attending included Kate Moss, Helena Bonham Carter, Benedict Cumberbatch and Cate Blanchett, but the papers' choice was Emma Watson.
Here's how they treated three similar photographs
It's all too grey.
We don't need all that skirt,
it's not a fashion shoot,
it's a front-page picture.
If it wasn't for her dramatic
red lipstick her face would
be completely lost.
She looks like a woman off to work.
There's no feeling of where she is, so we
have to have words all over the bottom
of the picture to make some sense of it.
But at least we can see her face - and
the slightly parted lips that may be
interpreted as a 'come-on' smile.
We know exactly where she is,
her face is slap bang in the
middle and her features are clear.
We can see enough of the skirt
to know that it's not just any old
thing for the office and
there are extra dashes of colour
from the nail varnish.
The top and bottom crops
are pitch perfect, from the rim
of the tower to the tip of her left hand.