READ NEXT: BBC suffers awkward 'vagina' subtitle blunder during King Charles coverageThe newsreader stated that the people on the march were mourning the death of the late Monarch while "sharing stories" and "making friends along the way" - but viewers were quick to pick up on the blunder.Journalist Nadine White shared the video of Sky News' coverage and penned a tweet calling for the channel to "apologise".She wrote: "@SkyNews reported that the Justice for #ChrisKaba march in central London today was a tribute walk in memory of the Queen/to support Charles. "Chris Kaba, a 24 y/o Black man, was fatally shot by the Met Police on Monday.
Sky should retract and apologise."Daily Star have contacted Sky News' press office for comment, but at the time of publishing they haven't responded.Other people have also flocked to Twitter in complete disbelief over what they were watching when the channel broadcast the aerial shots at around 2:10pm."I am lost for words.
Sky News reporting the Justice for Chris Kaba march as a tribute walk for the Queen's death. Disgraceful," said one.While another penned: "People are marching to Scotland Yard to demand justice for #ChrisKaba, who was murdered last week by the Met police.
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