33M Tune in to UK News Channels – KristenBellTattoos.com

British ratings body Overnights.tv said 33 million people tuned into the country’s news channels yesterday as the public demanded news about the health of Queen Elizabeth II. The new monarch, King Charles III, will make his first public appearance today at 6:00 pm, nearly 24 hours after his mother’s death was announced.

Between 12 noon yesterday and 2 am UK time today, channels such as BBC One, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Sky News collectively reached half of the country’s 67 million people as they broadcast news continuously on the fast channel . – moving story.

The Queen’s death was announced at 6:30 p.m. after hours of speculation about her health following claims that doctors were keeping her under medical observation. at the time, BBC One’s current news had 6.2 million viewers, rising to almost 10 million after about 15 minutes. About 85% of all television viewers watched the news release in the period immediately following the announcement.

Meanwhile, it has been confirmed that King Charles will address the public at 6 p.m. today, his first speech since taking the throne. The British Monarchy is designed so that the new ruler takes the title at the moment the previous incumbent president leaves, and today the Accession Council will formally make Charles king. His coronation will take place later.

Charles is currently flying to London from Balmoral, where Queen Elizabeth has died. He will meet Prime Minister Liz Truss ahead of his televised address, a speech that will likely air on all major networks and is expected to draw a huge audience.

Here’s a first look at Charles as King as he leaves Balmoral for Aberdeen Airport before flying south.

ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP via Getty Images

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