The funeral procession of Queen Elizabeth II has taken over this Monday, September 19, a good part of the television programming, with all the morning and evening programs covering the different acts live together with experts in the field and special envoys to London. To give even greater symbolism to this coverage, the presenters have dressed in mourning in front of the cameras as a sign of mourning and respect for the monarch.

From the presenters of the morning edition of ‘Informativos Telecinco’ to Joaquín Prat and Patricia Pardo, going through Ana Terradillos, David Cantero or multiple collaborators dressed in rigorous mourning in Mediasetas well as Lorena García, Susanna Griso or Sandra Golpe on Antena 3, the latter two displaced to London, a decision that Risto Mejide has chosen not to take in ‘Everything is a lie’.

Risto, in ‘Everything is a lie’. (Four)

It was the communicator himself who wanted to explain to the audience the reason for his decisiontaking advantage of one of his connections with Pablo Collantes, a reporter posted to the United Kingdom, to publicly address this issue: “You’re wearing a rigorous black, I like it that way,” he began, emphasizing Mediaset’s face, before justifying himself.

Photo: Risto Mejide, in 'Everything is a lie'.  (Four)
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“I don’t go in black because I have not been to London nor am I at the funeral, I am in Spain. This in Spain is not a funeral if it is not in the ‘Hello’in the pages of ‘Hello’, I don’t even work at the BBC”, Mejide listed immediately, thus giving his multiple reasons for his decision.

I don’t even give a damn that I’m close to the royal family. It all seems so absurd to me!“, he asserted to finish off, but not before making it clear that his special envoy did comply with mourning “as a sign of respect, which is what he has to do.”

The funeral procession of Queen Elizabeth II has taken over this Monday, September 19, a good part of the television programming, with all the morning and evening programs covering the different acts live together with experts in the field and special envoys to London. To give even greater symbolism to this coverage, the presenters have dressed in mourning in front of the cameras as a sign of mourning and respect for the monarch.

Source: Elconfidencial

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