GOOD Morning Britain will be subject to a huge schedule shake-up next month.
Newsreader Charlotte Hawkins, 47, confirmed the change in line-up on Thursday’s Good Morning Britain – with co-host Kate Garraway, 55, branding the switch “wonderful.”
It all comes due to King Charles’ Coronation, with a special episode of the ITV series airing on Saturday May 6.
Details of the extra GMB show – which usually airs every Monday to Friday – remain vague.
Yet Charlotte confirmed the episode as she told viewers today: “I can confirm we have a special Saturday episode for the King’s Coronation.”
Kate chipped in: “We will!” before she added: “It will be so exciting.
“It will be a wonderful event.”
Charles officially became King following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
However, it is tradition to wait until a sufficient period of mourning has passed, before crowning the new sovereign.
King Charles’s coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6, 2023.
His Majesty’s coronation in Westminster Abbey will be almost 70 years after his mother the Queen was crowned.
The late Queen’s coronation took place on June 2, 1953 – over a year after she ascended to the throne following the death of her father King George VI.
Sources have said that the ceremony will be shorter, smaller and less expensive than that of the Queen’s.