Hello! choose the headline "Emotional tribute to the queen of mornings" for whom he qualifies as a "television icon of an era". Along with the photo of María Teresa Campos, we see other news on the cover: an affectionate gesture between the Infanta Cristina and Iñaki Urdangarin, who are reunited with their children, the reappearance of Isabel Preysler after a "mysterious" summer and the glamorous presence of Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Jaime Lorente and Eugenia Silva at the Venice Mostra.
Semana titled "The great lady of television goes off" in a successful formula to solve the circumstance of what was presumed an imminent death at the closing of the issue. We see her daughters, Terelu and Carmen, together with the immortal journalist, going to the hospital. The other news is whoever was her great competitor, Ana Rosa Quintana, faced with the challenge of facing Telecinco afternoons: "I want to have a good time."
Diez Minutos comes out with “A life dedicated to its public” on a beautiful photo of María Teresa. Below her, the reappearance of Isabel Preysler in the Goyesca bullfight in Ronda (Málaga) and next door, Cayetano Rivera –brother of the right-hander who relaunched the bullfighting event– with his son and his girlfriend, the Portuguese María Cerqueira. Lastly, Raquel Sánchez Silva relaxes in Formentera after “her last war with the Biondos”.
Lecturas has no doubts about who has been "the great queen of TV", not only in the morning: Teresa Eterna, titles the magazine on a photo of the presenter and a headband that invites you to read details about the life of a "woman fighter”. Next to her, Terelu and Camen Borrego, destroyed in separate images and the text "They have not separated from her side in the hospital."