This Morning’s Alice Beer is replaced in the Queen’s mourners queue after viewers slammed ‘disrespectful’ interviews where she handed out doughnuts  

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  • The 57-year-old TV host was in Westminster on Thursday’s show as she was given press access to see the Queen lying in state
  • Broadcaster and former ITV newsreader Isla Traquer was next in line to speak to mourners
  • On Wednesday’s show, Alice interviewed mourners in the queue, where she tried to keep people’s enthusiasm alive by distributing donuts.
  • However, this did not go down well with many viewers who thought the segment’s light-hearted tone was ‘disrespectful’ to Rani.

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This Morning presenter Alice Beer was labeled ‘disgraceful’ after This Morning viewers were seen giving donuts to mourners in line at the Queen.

The 57-year-old TV presenter was in Westminster on Thursday’s show as she was once again given press access to see the Queen lying in state after being taken at the back of the queue to speak with mourners.

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Broadcaster and former ITV newsreader Isla Traquerie also joined him for coverage, as he was placed at the front of the seven-hour queue to speak to attendees on the other end.

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Show: This Morning’s Alice Beer was branded as ‘outrageous’ by spectators after donuts were handed out to mourners queuing to see the Queen’s coffin at Westminster Hall

Introducing her, This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby said: ‘In just a moment we’ll talk to Isla Traquerie, who is keeping people’s souls in line.

‘Hear first from Alice who is on the exit at Westminster Hall. Alice, you were actually able to go inside this morning and see the coffin. How was that moment for you?’

Alice said: ‘Unbelievable. Just before dawn I was allowed into a designated place at Westminster Hall.

‘Let’s be very clear, I didn’t take anyone’s place in the queue. I was not jumping in the queue. It was a slot for a reporter or member of the press so I could tell you about it. Check it out and share it with you. And it was an absolute honour.’

Segment: On Wednesday's show, Alice interviews mourners queuing up, where she tries to keep the crowd alive by distributing donuts

Segment: On Wednesday’s show, Alice interviews mourners queuing up, where she tries to keep the crowd alive by distributing donuts

Queue: Broadcaster and former ITV newsreader Isla Traquer was placed at the front to speak to mourners

Queue: Broadcaster and former ITV newsreader Isla Traquer was placed at the front to speak to mourners

On Wednesday’s show, Alice interviewed mourners in the queue, where she tried to keep people’s enthusiasm going by handing out donuts.

However, this did not go down well with many viewers who thought the segment’s light-hearted tone was ‘disrespectful’ to Rani.

One user wrote: ‘@thismorning interviewing people like they’re in line for a concert and treating it like a party?

‘ And then the reporter is saying to a man ‘this is just a dress rehearsal for the Reading Festival next year’… seriously?! Outrageous is a silence’.

Another wrote: ‘Can’t believe journalists are in line at Buckingham Palace, laughing, smiling and screaming about donuts like it’s a carnival. show some respect! #today morning’.

Reaction: Alice's queer interview did not go down well with many viewers, who thought the segment's light-hearted tone was 'disrespectful' towards the Queen

Reaction: Alice’s queer interview did not go down well with many viewers, who thought the segment’s light-hearted tone was ‘disrespectful’ towards the Queen

Another onlooker said: ‘Jesus cried, you’re treating this queue like it’s the opening for the new ride at Alton Towers. Not looking good, have some respect #this morning.

One fan said: ‘Fair enough if Alice wanted to give donuts to people in line but it would be less insulting if it wasn’t shown on television.

Meanwhile, This Morning on Friday has been canceled as ITV plans to broadcast King Charles III’s visit to Cardiff ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.

Host Philip Schofield confirmed during Thursday’s show that Favorite Days would not be broadcast the following day to make room for rolling coverage of the event.

On hold: This Morning is canceled Friday as ITV plans to broadcast King Charles's visit to Cardiff ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral

On hold: This Morning is canceled Friday as ITV plans to broadcast King Charles’s visit to Cardiff ahead of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral

This comes after ITV announced that it will air uninterrupted …

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