Three tabs used a different shot from the set, one that gives more of an impression of running, with Kate's hair bouncing higher.
But the Mirror and Sun both cropped theirs so tightly that they look more as though she is tripping up. And what's more they ran headings over the top. The Mail, meanwhile, was so attached to its formula design that it had her dashing away from the bad gas deals.
The Telegraph and Guardian also put Kate on the front but chose wide shots. The Telegraph's picture is jolly with the two lifeguards looking over their shoulders - pity they've lost the tops of their heads and that the small figure bottom left couldn't be cropped out without spoiling the image.
The Guardian's face in the crowd was a different approach, but the eye can't help but focus on the bum labelled "MANLY" in the foreground.
Goodness knows what the Express was doing with its postage stamp of
Duchess meets ram.