As with all rocky relationships, it takes the bigger person to see beyond bad words uttered and hurtful things said.
The picture has been widely shared on social media with rampant speculation that it proves a "betrayal" of Labour's anti-Murdoch narrative.
Unsurprisingly, people have been rather bemused by his choice of morning read.
No Jeremy Corbyn, you can't read The Sun, because page still exists, making you a terrible human for supporting it.— Maria Baker (@Maria_LouiseB) October 28, 2015
Corbyn reads the Sun, all credibility gone— Raustin (@RobertAustin96) October 28, 2015
So Corbyn didn't read the Sun before he was leader and now does is that actually either a) a betrayal or b) news?— Simon Best (@simonpjbest) October 28, 2015
Is pictured buying it: https://t.co/I1GIQn6dq9October 28, 2015
But grasping opportunity with both ink-stained hands, the Sun made the most of the picture in Wednesday's paper.
Jeremy Corbyn is listening to the millions of working-class voters he needs to win over... pic.twitter.com/vF19pmWXSK— David Wooding (@DavidWooding) October 28, 2015
As a little reminder, here are five reasons you'd think Jeremy Corbyn wouldn't buy the Sun... with one tiny ray of hope for their battered relationship...