“She will remember them,” declares the Sun, as it covers the news that the Queen will return to frontline duties at the Cenotaph on Remembrance Sunday.
Doctors had ordered her to take a break after an overnight stay in hospital last month.
The paper quotes sources saying the Queen views the commemoration as “unmissable”, and it would have taken “something very serious indeed” for her not to attend.
The Daily Express also features the announcement on its front page, describing the monarch as “our indomitable Queen”.
The Daily Telegraph leads on a warning from the United States to its European allies that Russia may be plotting to invade Ukraine.
Tens of thousands of Russian troops have massed near the border. The briefing from US officials is said to have included intelligence on Russian movements.
Washington says its commitment to Ukraine’s security is “ironclad”.
The Kremlin has denied it is an aggressor and has accused the US and Nato of provocation.
They’ve said world leaders will have to return to the negotiating table next year with improved plans.
The paper says the intervention reveals “heightened alarm” over the “chasm” between targets and the deep cuts necessary to limit temperature rises to 1.5C above pre-industrial levels.
According to the paper, many of the MPs who benefit are critical of the system and say they were pushed into the arrangement when the expenses watchdog, IPSA, banned MPs from claiming mortgage interest payments.
IPSA has admitted there is “perception of personal gain” but said it cannot make MPs live in their own homes.
The Daily Mirror reports that Boris Johnson was told three times to wear a mask before he complied during a visit to a hospital in Northumberland.
Sources say the prime minister’s team was first emailed about the rules before the trip, the hospital then reminded him when he arrived, and told Mr Johnson again when he walked along a corridor after a meeting.
Number 10 claimed he had followed the rules on face coverings.
Spike Abbott, who is among 36 Yeoman Warders who live in the grounds, saw the funny side when the note arrived offering a “professional opinion of the sales or rental value in the current market”.
Mr Abbott thanked the estate agents for their offer, and the Sun suggests the person responsible was “stark RAVEN mad”.