:0 should do the trick. From the zsh documentation:
A word designator indicates which word or words of a given command line
are to be included in a history reference. A :' usually separates the event specification from the word designator. It may be omitted only if the word designator begins with a^', $',*', -' or%'. Word
0 The first input word (command).
n The nth argument.
^ The first argument. That is, 1.
$ The last argument.
% The word matched by (the most recent) ?str search.
x-y A range of words; x defaults to 0.
* All the arguments, or a null value if there are none.
x* Abbreviates `x-$'.
x- Like `x*' but omitting word $.
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