The NUJ has said Harry and Meghan's decision to pull out of the Royal Rota system is, along with changes to Lobby briefings, another attempt to "prevent the media from functioning and compromising the ability of journalists to do their jobs, which is completely unacceptable".
After a quick glance at what the Royal Rota is which seems to be just a pool reporter rotation for engagements. I don’t see how Harry and Meghan stepping back will effect their coverage they’re stepping back but sounds like it’s like they weren’t hosting many events by themselves before.
What time do the events of today begin and are there any special news programmes?
This is not the X Factor, don't expect the Queen to stand in front of a collection of microphone outside Sandringham and take questions from the press.
It's not a life changing sequence of events as far as most people are concerned. If Prince Charles had done it or even the Queen herself then yes, otherwise... I suspect (as Jon said above) the media are probably more concerned than the public at large.
As Harry is not even the spare heir anymore, it's not affecting much.
There is more chance of me winning a tap dance competition in the Isle of Man than Harry becoming King.
(I don't tap dance, and have never been to the Isle of Man).
It does look as if the News is getting excited during a cold week after Christmas when there is nothing else going on it the world.
(Smacks head and tap dances away from the computer towards the Isle of Wight.)