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BBC viewers are delighted as David Attenborough helps entrance protection of Queen’s procession


Viewers of the BBC‘s protection of the Queen‘s funeral procession have been delighted to see it being fronted by Sir David Attenborough.

The nationwide treasure, who was born simply two weeks after the Queen, joined Robert Hardman and Huw Edwards on the BBC broadcast on Wednesday afternoon. 

Sir David, a pal of the Royal Household who met the Queen on a lot of events, provided his perception into what Her Majesty was like as an individual. 

Royal followers have been delighted to see the veteran broadcaster, 96, on screens, but additionally known as for him to be ‘wrapped in bubble wrap’ and hold him ‘protected’. 

Viewers of the BBC’s protection of the Queen’s funeral procession have been delighted to see it being fronted by Sir David Attenborough, pictured 

David Attenborough poses next to the Queen after accepting the annual Chatham House award, in London, Britain November 20, 2019

David Attenborough poses subsequent to the Queen after accepting the annual Chatham Home award, in London, Britain November 20, 2019

The Life Guard dismounted detachment of the Household Cavalry and the Dismounted detachment of the Blues and Royals are seen entering the gates of Buckingham Palace ahead of the procession for Queen Elizabeth II this afternoon

The Life Guard dismounted detachment of the Family Cavalry and the Dismounted detachment of the Blues and Royals are seen coming into the gates of Buckingham Palace forward of the procession for Queen Elizabeth II this afternoon

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince William, Prince of Wales, Catherine, Princess of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex pay their respects today

Prince Andrew, Duke of York, Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, Sophie, Countess of Wessex, Prince William, Prince of Wales, Catherine, Princess of Wales, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex pay their respects at this time 

Some Twitter customers have been involved he had died when he began trending on Twitter following the protection, with one saying that with the Queen’s passing they could not ‘take any extra.’ 

William and Harry stood along with their wives Kate and Meghan at this time as they put apart their bitter feud to honour the Queen for her mendacity in state service inside Westminster Corridor.

Whereas the brothers walked side-by-side for the poignant 38-minute procession from Buckingham Palace, their spouses travelled in separate automobiles, with Meghan accompanied by the Countess of Wessex and Kate joined by Camilla, the Queen Consort.

Commenting on the outpouring of grief, Sir David mentioned: ‘The actions of at this time symbolized dignity, and that life has a severe facet – expressed by tens of hundreds of individuals in a really shifting afternoon.’ 

The national treasure, who was born just two weeks after the Queen, joined Robert Hardman and Huw Edwards on the BBC broadcast on Wednesday afternoon

The nationwide treasure, who was born simply two weeks after the Queen, joined Robert Hardman and Huw Edwards on the BBC broadcast on Wednesday afternoon 

The broadcaster and environmentalist looked emotional as he discussed the Queen's passing today on the BBC

The broadcaster and environmentalist appeared emotional as he mentioned the Queen’s passing at this time on the BBC

Sir David and the late Queen's friendship stretched back years. Pictured above Elizabeth II with David Attenborough Filming the Christmas Message in the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace - 1986

Sir David and the late Queen’s friendship stretched again years. Pictured above Elizabeth II with David Attenborough Filming the Christmas Message within the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace – 1986

He additionally commented on King Charles’ ardour for the surroundings, saying: ‘He shares that standpoint in regards to the relationship with the pure world and took excessive strains once they weren’t as in style or widespread as they’re now. 

‘It got here from his coronary heart it actually meant it – it could not be extra essential now than ever.’ 

His surprising look sparked a response on Twitter. 

One particular person mentioned: ‘Excuse me? It’s a gray day. There’s presumably damp air. WHY is he out? The place is the cotton wool? The place is the bubble wrap? 

One other agreed saying: ‘Please somebody wrap David Attenborough in a bubble!’

One reassuringly mentioned: ‘It is alright everybody David Attenborough continues to be alive he is on the telly at this time!’ 

A correspondent known as Catherine Phillips mentioned: ‘Omg David Attenborough is on the television, please let it not be a horrible omen. The UK can not cope.’ 

The Queen’s coffin entered Westminster Corridor because the choir of Westminster Abbey and the choir of His Majesty’s Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, sang Psalm 139. When the Queen arrived, Charles, William and Anne saluted. 

Harry and Prince Andrew – barred from carrying navy uniform – bowed their head as a substitute.

Prince William, Prince Harry and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, stand in Westminster Hall alongside the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex

Prince William, Prince Harry and Sophie, Countess of Wessex, stand in Westminster Corridor alongside the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Sussex

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex pay their respects to the Queen's coffin as Kate and William turn round to walk out of the hall

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex pay their respects to the Queen’s coffin as Kate and William flip spherical to stroll out of the corridor 

Harry put his hand on his face while reading the order of service for today's short ceremony in the heart of the Palace of Westminster

Harry put his hand on his face whereas studying the order of service for at this time’s quick ceremony within the coronary heart of the Palace of Westminster 

Kate and Meghan arrive at Westminster Hall, where the Queen's coffin will lie in state before her funeral at Westminster Abbey

Kate and Meghan arrive at Westminster Corridor, the place the Queen’s coffin will lie in state earlier than her funeral at Westminster Abbey 

The Archbishop of Canterbury then learn the opening prayer, which the King led the royals in reciting. The household stood silently for the quick service that the late monarch had put along with the Church of England earlier than she died aged 96.

After the congregation was dismissed, cries of ‘God save the King’ could possibly be heard because the King and the Queen Consort left Westminster Corridor as Large Ben rang out at 3.30pm.

Royal {couples} left the constructing facet by facet, with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex holding palms and the Princess of Wales rubbing her husband’s arm reassuringly.

From 5pm mourners will be capable to file previous the coffin to pay their respects to Britain’s longest-reigning monarch with an estimated 1million folks anticipated to queue for as much as 30 hours to see her earlier than the state funeral on Monday.

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