ITV announce schedule shake-up with big change for Good Morning Britain for the King’s Coronation
ITV have announced a big schedule shake-up with a change for Good Morning Britain.
On Thursday’s show, Charlotte Hawkins revealed there is going to be a special edition for the King’s Coronation, which takes place on Saturday 6 May.
Kate Garraway and Adil Ray said they are ‘so excited’ for the show which will provide coverage for the historic event, but details are still vague about when the special episode will air.
The announcement was made as Charlotte said a new poll suggest 3/4 of people in Scotland do not care about the King’s Coronation.
But the presenter said: ‘We here at Good Morning Britain are excited for the King’s Coronation. I can confirm we have a special Saturday episode for the King’s Coronation.
Exciting: ITV have announced a big schedule shake-up with a change for Good Morning Britain
On Thursday’s show, the prresenters revealed there is going to be a special edition for the King’s Coronation, which will take place on Saturday 6 May
‘We will be out and about and capture all the excitement. All the build up to this historical event.’
Kate replied: ‘We will! It will be so exciting. It will be a wonderful event.
‘We are lucky to be a part of it and then I’m going to a street party so I get to see it from angles which will be great.’
Temperatures could rise as high as 19C over the early May bank holiday weekend, the Met Office said.
The weekend is set to be warm with some spells of sunshine – while forecasters say King Charles’ Coronation is set to be happy and glorious for many, with fine and dry conditions predicted.
Meanwhile, the BBC will air unseen footage of King Charles in a special new documentary.
The broadcaster has announced further details of its upcoming 60-minute film ‘Charles R: The Making of a Monarch’, which will also feature rarely seen footage to tell the king’s journey to the throne over more than 70 years.
The footage shows the Royal Family’s personal moments, including a bonfire at Sandringham, ‘Prince Charles flying solo, and Prince Charles on a private visit to Malta in 1968’.
Good weather: Temperatures could rise as high as 19C over the early May bank holiday weekend for King Charles’ Coronation
Other unseen clips include his many royal engagement as prince, and other intimate family moments such as Charles taking a hovercraft trip with his mother, Queen Elizabeth, and other member sof the Royal Family.
Footage from the family’s private home movie collection will also be featured, showing his ‘early love of nature, gardening and animals’.
The programme will be told ‘through His Majesty’s own words, as recorded through the decades’.
Charles R: The Making of a Monarch airs on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on April 30.
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