Tiffany & Co takes out a full page in The Daily Telegraph to advertise its jewellery with a lock design, while in The Times it advertises wedding rings with the strapline "the Royal we".
PG Tips pictures its Monkey character watching the ceremony on TV with a cup of tea. The ad appears in The Daily Mirror and The Sun.
Asda takes out two double page spreads in the Daily Mail promising "low prices for the bank holiday". The spread also appears in the Daily Express, the Daily Mirror and The Sun.
M&S takes out a full page in the Daily Mirror calling for readers to tell the store "what’s your thing?" for a chance to appear in its ads for clothing.
Homebase promotes its tie-up with the Jamie Oliver brand, advertising garden herbs and plants branded with the chef’s name in The Daily Telegraph and The Times.
Argos advertises a free voucher offer when customers spend £50 or more, with ads in The Daily Telegraph, The Times and The Sun.
Honda launches new press creative as part of its ‘Power of Dreams’ campaign. The ads picture corn on the cob as the inspiration for the design of its car seats. They appear in The Daily Telegraph with alternative creative used in The Independent and The Guardian.
Carlsberg emphasises its masculinity, with the strapline "putting up the new table and shelves this bank holiday, that calls for a Carlsberg" in The Independent, The Times, and the Daily Mirror.
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