Deeply moved: The British media after the death of the Queen – Medien


Alexander Mühlauer, London

When Princess Diana died 25 years ago, Nicholas Witchell the first reporter to cover her death. Shortly thereafter he became the BBC’s Royal Correspondent and has since become something of the UK’s top court correspondent. Witchell has been through a lot with the royals, but the death of Elizabeth II apparently affected him so much that on the fifth day of national mourning he sat in a black suit and said in an agitated voice on the evening news: “It’s difficult, not deeply moved to be.”

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