Natalie Barr reveals which TV network had the biggest London set-up for the Queen’s funeral

Sunrise host Natalie Barr reveals which TV network had the biggest set-up in London for the Queen’s funeral

Natalie Barr has filmed a behind-the-scenes video for Sunrise on the day of the Queen’s funeral.

Filmed outside Buckingham Palace, Barr, 54, explained Channel Seven’s set-up was one of 40 media organisations from around the world there to cover the Monarch’s farewell.

During the Instagram story, Barr pointed out the large marquee next door to Channel Seven’s home base.

Natalie Barr has filmed a behind the scenes video for Sunrise on the day of the Queen's funeral. Pictured: The glamorous image of Sunrise hosts' Natalie Barr and David Koch

Natalie Barr has filmed a behind the scenes video for Sunrise on the day of the Queen’s funeral. Pictured: The glamorous image of Sunrise hosts’ Natalie Barr and David Koch

‘This is [American network] NBC’s,’ she explained in the footage. 

‘Their set-up is bigger and better and more expensive than any one else’s.’

Meanwhile, Barr said the BBC had four marquees outside the Palace to cover the Queen’s funeral. 

‘We’re here for hours and hours and then lead into Sunrise,’ Barr said in the video, which was filmed inside a tent overcrowded with equipment.

‘We have our food, coffee and even a heater,’

Filmed outside Buckingham Palace, Barr, 54, is seen inside Channel Seven's media marquee

Filmed outside Buckingham Palace, Barr, 54, is seen inside Channel Seven’s media marquee

Barr explained that there were more than forty media organisations from all over the world camped outside the Palace to cover the Monarch's farewell on Monday

Barr explained that there were more than forty media organisations from all over the world camped outside the Palace to cover the Monarch’s farewell on Monday

At one point in the clip Sunrise co-host David Koch can be seen working on a script in the background.

It comes after three of Australia’s major TV networks broadcast the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II live from London on Monday evening, drawing in over three million viewers combined.

But it was Channel Seven’s coverage of the historical event which came out on top.

Anchored by 7News’ Michael Usher and Natalie Barr and David Koch from Sunrise, The Grateful Goodbye was watched by 975,000 people across the country’s five major capitals.

Barr shows off the unglamorous inside of Channel Seven's media base outside the Palace

Barr shows off the unglamorous inside of Channel Seven’s media base outside the Palace

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