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NBC 7's usual on-air morning newscast will be briefly interrupted Monday, Sept. 18 by Queen Elizabeth II's funeral. But San Diegans looking for their morning news can stream NBC 7 News Today online and on streaming platforms.
Here's what to know:
Why is NBC 7 News Today moving on Monday?
NBC Network coverage of the queen's funeral will begin onwhen the queen's coffin will be taken from Westminster Hall to nearby Westminster Abbey in London for a state funeral that begins at 3 a.m. The funeral is expected to last hours and will interrupt part of NBC 7 News Today.
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Where can I watch NBC 7?
NBC 7 will have a special edition digital newscast from 4:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday. Starting at 5 a.m. NBC 7 News Today will be on air as scheduled.
You can watch the special edition digital newscast at 4:30 a.m. at the top of this article on mobile, our NBC 7 app or NBC7.com. You can also live stream the newscast on NBC 7's Roku channel 134 and Samsung TV Plus Channel 1035.
What if I want to watch the queen's funeral instead?
Not to worry, we will have full coverage of the Queen's funeral in this article starting at 3 a.m. PST.
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Previous wives of the reigning monarchs, such as the mother of Queen Elizabeth II, were often referred to as queens rather than queen consorts.Though many urged the Queen consort to evacuate her children, Elizabeth and Margaret, to Canada, she refused. "The children won't go without me. I won't leave without the King. And the King will never leave," she said.