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The Daily Mirror has a picture of Rishi Sunak in the video where he is not wearing a seatbelt

The Daily Telegraph has a picture of Bela Bajaria, British born former Miss India beauty pageant winner, being described as the most powerful woman in television after being named as the new chief content officer at Netflix

Rishi Sunak makes an appearance on the front page after he was fined for not wearing a seatbelt. Elsewhere, there's a picture of a steelworker next to the story about the government giving funding to British Steel and Tata Steel UK

The Sun has a picture of King Charles wearing traditional royal attire, along with former member of The Saturdays pop group Una Healy.

The Daily Express features a picture of King Charles on its front page as it explores who chose his jovial dinosaur tie while out on a royal engagement.

The i has a picture of a woman wearing goggles and a swimming cap to illustrate its story about getting fit after 40, along with a cartoon graphic of socks and a frog to show the joy of simplicity in life.

The Times has a picture of Kemi Badenoch, the minister for women and equalities, as she talks about gender self-identification in an interview with the paper.

The Daily Mail's front page has a picture of model Penny Lancaster wearing a police uniform


The Guardian has a picture of US actress Pamela Anderson as she is interviewed about being "chewed up and spat out by fame".

The Daily Star fills most of its front page with its story about eternal youth while also featuring a picture of model Christine McGuinness as she is interviewed about grieving for herself.

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