At some point the commission will claim its rights. Australian presenter Alison Langdon worked 14 hours at Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.
The basics in brief
- Queen Elizabeth II was buried yesterday.
- Australian presenter Alison Langdon worked 14 hours that day.
- Then the battery ran out all of a sudden.
Special events bring special moments!
This is what happened to Australian TV presenter Alison Langdon yesterday. Like many journalists, the 43-year-old was in constant use at Queen Elizabeth II (96)’s funeral yesterday.
“The privilege of watching the late Queen’s last departure from Buckingham Palace. The woman of so many people So Means a lot. What a farewell.” This was on her social media account while she was still reporting from London is reading.
But after 14 hours Knot Then it was just “over and over again”! Langdon’s batteries needed to be recharged. And what is the best way to do that? Right, taking a short nap during Queen Elizabeth’s funeral.
Overtime for Queen Elizabeth’s funeral
He said and did. True, the presenter grabbed a blanket and comforted herself amid the hustle and bustle.
“It’s 14. All right,” Alison Langdon then wrote under the snoozing shot.
In the end, fans thought the Australian reporter’s job was great. There was a lot of praise online. “You’re doing a great job. Thank you for letting us be a part of it! I love all of your interviews with people. Ali, it was so much fun.”
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