The host of Sunrise mysteriously disappears from the morning show due to a “health problem” while broadcasting Queen’s Platinum Jubilee live from London
Weekend host Sunrise Monique Wright withdrew from a breakfast show about the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in London over the weekend after losing her voice.
The TV star, 49, returned to her duties in front of the camera on Sunday after a day of rest.
Monique joked that she was overwhelmed as she finished the star-studded party at the palace after Trooping The Color.
Oh no! Sunrise Weekend host Monique Wright withdrew from Queen’s Platinum Jubilee breakfast show in London over the weekend after losing her voice
‘I got it pretty early because I lost my voice and screamed so loud at Trooping the Color,’ Monique said through a laugh.
The blonde star is a familiar face to Sunrise viewers and has been running the Sunrise Weekend since 2014.
Monique, meanwhile, was emotional as she described scenes from the Queen’s Jubilee – marking her astonishing 70 years on the throne.
‘I peaked pretty early because I lost my voice and screamed so loudly at Trooping the Color’: Monique joked that she was over-excited as she finished the star-studded party at the Palace after Trooping The Color
Numerous performers took to the stage at the Palace party, including legendary hit-maker Diana Ross – the first performance of The Upside Down singer in Britain in 15 years.
Other performers included Queen with Adam Lambert and Elton John.
Celebrations are underway for the monarch (96), who could not attend all public events.
Queen: Celebrations are underway for the monarch, 96, who could not attend all public events. Here with Prince Charles and Prince George, eight
Her Majesty the Queen, however, issued a statement saying she was “humiliated” by celebrations in her honor after 70 years of public service.
‘When it comes to celebrating seventy years as your queen, there is no guide to follow. He is really the first ‘, she wrote in a statement.
‘But I was humiliated and deeply moved that so many people took to the streets to celebrate my platinum jubilee.’
Life in the service: I am humble and deeply moved that so many people took to the streets to celebrate my platinum jubilee, ‘the queen wrote in a statement on the occasion of her astonishing 70 years on the throne.