LOOSE Women has been cancelled again in another ITV schedule shake-up following the death of the Queen.
The channel has been adapting its running order on a daily basis out of respect for the late monarch.
Various services and significant events, such as King Charles' ascension to the throne and a royal procession through Edinburgh, have been covered on the channel.
Today Good Morning Britain airs in its usual 6am to 9am slot, with Lorraine returning at 9am.
This Morning also begins in its regular time slot of 10am, but will finish early at 12pm for an extended ITV News Special which will cover The King’s Tour – Northern Ireland.
It will be followed by the Lunchtime News at 1.30pm and Queen Elizabeth II – Return To The Palace at 4pm.
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The news specials mean there is no place for Loose Women.
Shortened editions of the local news will be screened at 6.10pm followed by the ITV Evening News at 6.20pm.
Emmerdale will air at the slightly later time of 8.05pm, and at 9.05pm Charles, The Monarch and the Man will be broadcast.
Presented by Jonathan Dimbleby, the documentary looks back at the achievements of the King prior to his ascension to the throne.
ITV News at Ten airs as usual, with Our Queen, The People’s Stories completing the schedule at 11pm.
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