Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby lower sombre figures on Friday as they filmed a phase for Tuesday’s episode of This Morning at London’s Westminster Hall.

The This Morning presenters donned all black ensembles, with Holly, 41, in a face masks, as they made their approach into the historic constructing the place the late monarch mendacity in state following her demise final week. 

With studies that the now 5-mile lengthy queue has been closed for six hours, boosting the wait time until ‘at least 14 hours’, the TV duo joined a separate queue for press and had been taken right into a press gallery. 

A supply told MailOnline: ‘They didn’t get to pay their respects to the Queen in the identical approach as queuing members of the general public however they filmed in a bit put apart for press. 

‘This Morning’s Friday present has been cancelled in favour of rolling ITV news protection within the lead-up to the Queen’s state funeral. The programme will be again on screens on Tuesday.’

Paying respects: Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield lower sombre figures as they filmed a TV phase for This Morning at Westminster Hall  on Friday – as grieving Brits queued for up to 14 hours to view the Queen’s coffin

Phillip, 60, opted to put on a wise black swimsuit and tie for the go to, with the presenter sporting a glum look on his face as he adopted behind his co-star.

Meanwhile, Holly was elegant in an understated black gown with silver button detailing alongside the entrance. 

It comes after their fellow ITV daytime star Susanna Reid queued for greater than seven hours to view the Queen’s coffin on its first day being on public view at Westminster Hall the day earlier than.

Unlike Holly and Phil, she was not in attendance in a piece capability and went with family members who wouldn’t have been permitted to go into the press gallery.

Low-key: The This Morning presenters donned all black ensembles, with Holly in a face masks, as they made their approach into the historic constructing to view the late monarch mendacity in state following her demise final week

The Good Morning Britain Host, 51, took to Twitter to announce that she and her mother Sue had paid their respects to the late monarch as she lay in state.

She described the ‘historic’ second as ‘majestic and peaceful’ as she revealed she had joined mourners within the large queues, which had reached 5 miles in size.

She wrote: ‘Evening – along with my lovely mum and her very good friend, I have just experienced a moment in history – witnessing the Queen lying in state in Westminster Hall. At once majestic and peaceful.’

Attendance: The phase will air on Tuesday’s episode of This Morning – a day after the Queen’s funeral (pictured on This Morning on Monday)

Update: People are queuing to see the Queen’s lying-in-state at Westminster Hall till Monday, on the route proven above 

Susanna said she had waited for greater than seven hours to see Her Majesty’s coffin as she supplied recommendation to others wanting to pay their respects.

She continued: ‘If you might be planning to queue listed here are our suggestions. We joined at 1.23pm close to Butlers Wharf and entered Westminster Hall at 8.43pm – 7 hours 20 minutes. 

‘Wear the comfiest sneakers you personal. Go with somebody when you can, though everybody within the queue was pleasant. 

TV work: A supply told MailOnline: ‘They did not get to pay their respects to the Queen in the same way as queuing members of the public but they filmed in a section put aside for press’

Attire: Phillip, 60, opted to put on a wise black swimsuit and tie for the go to, with the presenter sporting a glum look on his face as he adopted behind his co-star. Holly was elegant in an understated black gown with silver button detailing alongside the entrance’

‘Don’t carry an excessive amount of in a bag – water is freely obtainable and there are many cafes alongside the route. 

‘Also plenty of toilets. I put my phone on low battery mode and it lasted the entire time.’

Queues to see the late monarch doubled in size on Thursday and had been snaking for 4 miles previous Tower Bridge, after dropping to two miles in a single day. 

Dedicated: It comes after their fellow ITV daytime star Susanna Reid revealed that she queued for greater than seven hours to view the Queen’s coffin on its first day being on public view at Westminster Hall on Thursday

Grief: Susanna described the ‘historic’ second as ‘majestic and peaceful’ as she revealed she had joined mourners within the queues, which had reached 5 miles in size

Many extra are anticipated to be part of the queue over the weekend – in a signal of the large demand from individuals to say their closing goodbye to the favored monarch.

It is estimated the number of individuals set to make the journey may hit greater than 350,000, with individuals from all around the world anticipated to go to London to pay their respects. 

However, it’s since been reported on Friday that the queue to see Queen Elizabeth II mendacity in state has been closed for at least six hours. 

Sombre: The Good Morning Britain Host, 51, took to Twitter to announce that she and her mother Sue paid their respects to the late monarch as she lay in state

Queuing: Susanna additionally revealed she had waited for greater than seven hours to see Her Majesty’s coffin as she supplied recommendation to others wanting to pay their respects

The Government said in an replace simply earlier than 10am: ‘Southwark Park has reached capacity. Entry will be paused for at least 6 hours. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Please do not attempt to join the queue until it re-opens.’

On the third day of the Queen’s mendacity in state, these stood within the queue which hugged the south bank of the River Thames had been told the wait time had swelled to ‘at least 14 hours’ and 4.9 miles to Southwark Park in Bermondsey.

The Government had warned simply an hour earlier: ‘If the park reaches capacity, entry to the queue will be paused. If you have not yet set off to join, please consider waiting until numbers have reduced.’

Meanwhile, Amanda Holden made her approach to Westminster Hall on Friday to chat to members of the general public who had been queuing to view the Queen’s coffin.

Long day: Susanna (pictured together with her mother) wrote: ‘We joined at 1.23pm near Butlers Wharf and entered Westminster Hall at 8.43pm – 7 hours 20 mins’

The presenter, 51, who often fronts Heart FM Breakfast, swapped the studio for the crowds of sombre Brits for the news present.

Sharing clips from her go to to Instagram, the TV character penned that there have been ‘Friendships forged forever in shared grief’ among the many crowds.

Amanda lower a solemn figure as she joined the crowds, a few of which who had waited for over ten hours to pay their respects. 

On Monday, Holly told how she was ‘really touched’ by messages her children wrote to the Queen following her demise and admits she urged them to write letters as a way of processing the news. 

The presenter, 41, inspired her three children with producer husband Dan Baldwin – Harry, 13, Belle, 11, and Chester, seven – to put down their emotions in writing after a go to to Buckingham Palace on the weekend to pay their respects.

Crowds: Queues to see the late monarch doubled in size on Thursday and had been snaking for 4 miles previous Tower Bridge, after dropping to two miles in a single day 

Huge ready occasions: Sources told how mourners could possibly be prevented from seeing the Queen mendacity in state in the event that they arrive at the top of the queue in Southwark Park after 12.30am on Sunday

Speaking on This Morning, she mirrored on the influence of the Queen’s demise together with her co-host Phil earlier than studying their messages to viewers. 

Willoughby said she had urged her children to write to the Queen as a approach of processing the news.

Speaking about how she had explained the concepts of service and responsibility to youngest youngster Chester, the presenter added: ‘I used to be attempting to clarify to him that no matter her passions and her loves (had been) from being a bit girl, this was the place she was destined to go, what she was destined to do.

‘Friendships forged forever in shared grief’: Amanda Holden, 51, took to Westminster Hall on Friday as she chatted to crowds who had been ready hours to view the Queen’s coffin

Shared grief: Sharing a video to her 1.8M followers as she appeared out, the star wrote: ‘My privilege to talk to some of you queuing and coming out of Westminster Hall this morning. The atmosphere and camaraderie was incredible .. friendships forged forever in shared grief’

‘All of her own passions had to be put on the backburner for her country. Chester, he loves football but that would not be something he would get to do and it was giving him that level of understanding.’

Mourners have already been pictured in tears as they pay their respects, in addition to making the signal of the cross and standing in prayer. 

Pictures confirmed paramedics showing to deal with exhausted well-wishers, some who’ve queued all through the day on Thursday, to see the Queen mendacity in state.

Respectful: Fellow stars have additionally taken to Westminster over the previous few days, with Heidi Range sharing photos of her daughter Aurelia laying flowers at the scene

Heartfelt: As the singer paid tribute, she wrote: ‘Pleased that we were able to pay our respects today’

There he’s: Eamonn Holmes dressed all in black as he shared an Instagram snap of himself exterior an empty Buckingham Place

The broadcaster penned: ‘Lots of you look and feel as lost as I do in this picture. Everything is changing . What’s happening in The World ? Strange occasions. Sad occasions, Here’s to new higher occasions quickly’

It comes after a soldier guarding the coffin fainted throughout his stint. One mourner was seen falling as he walked down the steps of historic Westminster Hall in the direction of the Queen’s coffin.

Ahead of what’s anticipated to be a peak point this weekend, greater than 1.7million individuals have gone on-line to view the Government’s live queue tracker on YouTube which reveals the top of the road as individuals wait patiently to enter Westminster Hall to see the Queen’s coffin.

Thousands have already managed to see Her Majesty’s coffin, draped within the royal normal, as members of the royal guard stand in vigil around it. 

Reflection: On Monday, Holly told how she was ‘really touched’ by messages her children wrote to the Queen following her demise

Therapeutic: Willoughby said she had urged her children to write to the Queen as a approach of processing the news (pictured, son Harry’s message) 

Moving: Willoughby said that studying them again after the go to had “really touched” her (pictured, daughter Belle’s letter to the Queen) 

Respects: The presenter visited Buckingham Palace together with her three children at the weekend, after which she inspired them to put their emotions down on paper 

But sources told MailOnline how mourners could possibly be prevented from seeing the Queen mendacity in state in the event that they arrive at the top of the queue in Southwark Park later than 12.30am on Sunday.

Organisers have designated the underside of the 63-acre park as the top of the road to see Elizabeth II’s coffin in Westminster Hall, greater than 5 miles away.

The estimated ready time for these becoming a member of within the park, the place snaking airport-style queues have been set up, is 30 hours.

That implies that individuals have till 12.30am on Sunday with which to be part of the road earlier than the time The Queen lays in state formally ends at 6.30am on Monday, the day of the state funeral.

On Thursday – the primary full day of the Queen’s coffin being on public view – the queue had already reached Bermondsey Wall, half a mile from the park, by 3pm right this moment.

A supply said: ‘Southwark Park has been designated as the top of the queue. There have been boundaries set up to facilitate a zig-zag queuing system.

‘Anyone at the top of that queue within the park can expect to watch for up to 30-hours to see The Queen in state.

Paying respects: A toddler locations flowers for Queen Elizabeth at the Green Park memorial subsequent to Buckingham Palace this night as hundreds queue

‘We have to have a cut-off point, a time when we’ll have to sadly begin turning individuals away.

‘That time will rely on the quantity of the group and the circulation fee on the route. At the second around 2,000 individuals are being let into Westminster Hall an hour.

‘Currently that point will be both very late on Saturday night time or extraordinarily early on Sunday morning. But the Metropolitan Police will have the ultimate say.

‘We’ve clearly been making ready for this and anticipated that the group would come this far…simply not this quickly.’

Sad news: Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest reigning monarch who was on the throne for 70 years, died at the age of 96, Buckingham Palace introduced at 6.30pm on Thursday 

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