Morning stars Holly Willoughby and Philip Schofield were photographed joining well-wishers viewing the Queen’s coffin in Westminster Hall.
The presenting duo cut bleak numbers on Friday as they were photographed joining thousands of grieving Britons.
Phil, 60, wore a chic black suit and tie, while Holly, 41, opted for an elegant black dress with a silver button along the front.
A mother of three wore a face mask as she queued up for her show the late king Lying in state, having died peacefully last week Thursday.
TV presenters joined a separate press queue and were taken to the press fair to shoot a TV segment for Tuesday’s show.
They were seen wearing ropes around their neck looking majestic as they waited in line.
A source told Mail Online: “They didn’t get the Queen’s respect in the same way as members of the public lined up, but were filmed in a section that was set aside for the press.”
This Friday morning’s release has been canceled because ITV has private royal coverage in the lead-up to the Queen’s state funeral.
This comes after the host of Good Morning Britain, Susanna Reid, revealed that she On the waiting list for seven hours With her mother to see Queen Elizabeth II lying in state on Thursday.
The host, 51, is now one of 1.7 million people who visited the late queen’s coffin in central London, ahead of her funeral on Monday.
The journalist, her mother, Sue, and a friend lined up for seven hours and 20 minutes to pay their respects after her death on September 8, 2022.
Last night at 9.42pm, Susanna told her 885.5k followers on Twitter: “Evening – with my beautiful mother and good friend, I just had a moment in history – I watched the Queen reclining in Westminster Hall.
“At once majestic and peaceful.”
Susanna continued in a separate tweet: “If you’re planning on queuing, here are our tips.
“We joined at 1.23pm near Butlers Wharf and entered Westminster Hall at 8.43pm – 7hrs 20min.
“Put on the most comfortable shoes you have. Go with someone if you can, although everyone in the queue was friendly.”
She also asked her fans not to carry too much in the bag and there are restrooms and cafes on the road.
There is also water for those in the queue and liquids are disposed of at security.
Susanna also explained: “The first part of the queue is for wristbands. We were delivered at Tower Bridge about an hour after we started waiting in line.
“There’s no queuing jumping – people wait patiently to get the bracelets and once you have one you can leave the queue for snacks/stops and come back again.”
She ended the thread by saying, “Once you’re in Westminster Hall, it’s worth every minute of the queue. Absolutely gorgeous. Quiet. Respectful. Historic.”
Her Majesty is dead Peace be upon you, at the age of 96 On Thursday, her family is at her side at Balmoral.
Many are desperate to glimpse the state of the lying queen and face the mammoth line of at least four and a half miles long.
The waiting list was 11 hours long last night and is expected to be longer today.