Hold the front page, the Queen has apparently sent a tweet, giving the media the opportunity to dissolve into a mess of hyperbole.
The Express declared the Queen "a very modern monarch", telling us she had "created history by sending her first tweet".
Created history? She sent a tweet. And even then there seems to be some suggestion the Queen was only pretending to tweet from an iPad while a flunky, hiding in the wings, sent a painstakingly proof-read and pre-approved tweet from an iPhone.
Not to be left out, the Daily Mail told us in a reverent tone "she touched a tablet computer" and sent a "tweet with perfect punctuation", while Sky News added that she did these things "in front of an audience".
However, the Telegraph takes the prize for pointing out "her first ever tweet" was "the first from a reigning UK monarch".
You mean King George VI never tweeted? Or Queen Victoria or any of the Henry's? Whyever not.