GMB’s Alex Beresford apologizes to Queen for not wearing a tie outside Buckingham Palace during platinum anniversary celebrations
Alex Beresford was forced to apologize to the Queen during his performance on Good Morning Britain on Thursday morning for not wearing a tie.
The weatherman chatted with his co-hosts Adil Ray and Charlotte Hawkins as he appeared live from outside Buckingham Palace.
But rather than today’s forecast, the hosts were more concerned about Alex’s choice of clothing—and the lack thereof.
Oops! Alex Beresford apologized on The Queen’s Good Morning Britain on Thursday for not wearing a tie while outside Buckingham Palace
Alex opted for a white shirt and tweed gray blazer – but didn’t wear a tie for the look.
And the choice didn’t go unnoticed, with Charlotte commenting, “One thing has been noticed about your appearance today Alex.
“It’s the lack of a draw. I mean, hello? You’re right about Buckingham Palace.’
‘I mean come on. Where’s the tie?” Adil jumped in.
Milestone: Platinum Jubilee celebrations kicked off on Thursday, marking Queen Elizabeth’s 70th year as monarch
No tie? During the broadcast, Charlotte commented, “One thing has been noticed about your appearance today Alex. “It’s the lack of a draw. I mean, hello? You’re right at Buckingham Palace’
Alex apologized for the fashion choice and vowed to look for a tie: “Off with his head. I’m very sorry.’
He added: “If Her Majesty is watching, I am so sorry.”
While Charlotte joked that the weatherman should be ‘sorry’, Adil confirmed: ‘You look great, mate. You always look great.’
Cheeky: Charlotte joked that the weatherman should say ‘sorry’, Adil confirmed: ‘You look great, buddy. You always look great’
In full swing: members of the royal family joined the queen on the balcony of Buckingham Palace today to watch the Platinum Jubilee fly pass as the celebrations begin
It comes as the Platinum Jubilee celebrations kicked off on Thursday, marking the start of a long weekend that will see street parties across the country as drunken Brits make the most of the bank holiday.
It will conclude Saturday night with a star-studded musical spectacle outside London’s Buckingham Palace.
The celebration marks Queen Elizabeth’s 70th year as monarch – with Thanksgiving service scheduled to take place in London tomorrow as part of the celebrations.
More to come: And the party will conclude on Saturday night with a star-studded musical extravaganza outside London’s Buckingham Palace