Jeremy Kyle on ITV’s Lorraine. His popular talk show was not broadcast this morning
Jeremy Kyle fans are fuming that the show was replaced by coverage of the Royal Wedding.
Husband and wife presenters Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford fronted ITV’s extended episode of This Morning as Princess Eugenie tied the knot at Windsor Castle this morning.
And the vivacious Alison Hammond was charged with talking to well-wishers outside as scores of celebrities arrived at St George’s Chapel for the service.
But fans of Jeremy Kyle were unimpressed that their favourite daytime talk show was axed in favour of the royal nuptials.
They took to social media to vent their frustration.
One angry person wrote: ‘Who the f*** is getting married? I had to miss Jeremy Kyle because they got in the way’.
Another said: ‘I was fuming that I couldn’t watch Jeremy Kyle this morning cause of the wedding’.
One disappointed Tweeter wasn’t aware a royal wedding was even happening.
They wrote: ‘Had no idea there was a royal wedding until I tried to watch Jeremy Kyle this morning’.
Hold on tight: Eugenie grasps Jack’s hand as they prepare to walk down the steps of the chapel, where they are greeted by well wishers who have turned up at Windsor to wish them luck
Jeremy Kyle fans took to Twitter to vent their frustration about their favourite talk show being bumped for Princess Eugenie’s big day
Others said they were not a fan of either Royal Wedding coverage or Jeremy Kyle’s talk show
Some people defended the ITV’s coverage of the royal nuptials and slammed Jeremy Kyle as ‘chavvy’
Some people said they were not a fan of either the Royal Wedding coverage or Jeremy Kyle’s chat show.
One commenter said they ‘would rather watch paint dry’ than either programme.
But others defended ITV’s coverage of Eugenie’s wedding to Jack Brooksbank and slammed the BBC for not broadcasting the big day.
@suzysasha wrote: ‘Thank you for covering this. I love royal weddings. Eugenie looked stunning! Gorgeous dress and tiara. BBC should have covered it too. Shame on them!’