The TV star shared his thoughts in his column and on his TV show.
The 'This Morning' presenter has said he has nothing to apologise for over entering the accredited media area while Queen Elizabeth II was lying in state.
The show has been scrutinised for its factual accuracy.
The series is returning in November.
The 'queue-gate' controversy is rumbling on.
The Imperial Crown is seen as a symbol of the monarch's power.
The Private Eye claimed the Queen died around 3pm, three and a half hours before the public announcement.
Mark Hague, 52, plead guilty at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Monday.
The Holocaust memorial was opened in 1983.
Despite his extensive military experience - including two tours of Afghanistan - Prince Harry is not allowed to wear a military uniform at any of the ceremonies commemorating the Queen.
The Queen will be laid to rest in at Windsor Castle.
An explanation of the royal protocol and events due to take place in the coming days as the country mourns for the Queen.
Yahoo News UK visited the Queen's lying in state as tens of thousands pass through the vast, historic chamber to say goodbye to the late monarch.
The footballer was one of thousands of people queuing to see the Queen lying in state.
The actor starred in the first two series of the period drama.
The pair were said to be filming a segment for 'This Morning'.
The 'Good Morning Britain' presenter queued with her mum.
There has been near-constant media coverage of the Queen's death and the King's ascension since the monarch passed away last week.
The Earl and Countess of Wessex were meeting well-wishers in Manchester when Sophie encountered the young man.
The monarch once played the game with Alexander Armstrong.
The broadcaster shared his thoughts on Twitter.
The Queen's lying in state began on Wednesday evening.
Wimbledon Food Bank said it wanted to allow its volunteers to pay their respects to the Queen.
The Queen will have a state funeral - the last of which was held almost 50 years ago for Winston Churchill
The man shouted at the Duke of York before he was pulled back through the crowd and away from the procession.