Rey Carlos III breaks television ratings record
King Charles III’s very first Christmas speech after Queen Elizabeth II’s death was a ratings hit, The Sunday Morning Herald reported.
It was the first speech by a King of England on television. The previous 70 came from Isabel II and also her papa, Jorge VI, made her advertisements for her on her radio.
In his launching, Carlos exceeded the numbers of his remarkable mother. There were 10.7 million Britons who tuned in on BBC and ITV signals on Christmas Day. The King’s speech lasted 8 mins and in it, to name a few points, he commemorated his parents, Elizabeth II and Prince Philip.
Greater than 8 million people viewed the King’s speech on the BBC, while simply over one and a half million tuned in to ITV. The last Christmas speech of Queen Elizabeth II, made last year, mobilized 8.96 million customers.
King Charles’s Speech was likewise the most watched program in Great Britain on Christmas Day. It displaced “Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special”, which had 5.4 million customers.
The King’s Christmas Speech was filmed in early December at St George’s Chapel, inside Windsor Castle.