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good morning, remembering prince philip. condolences pouring in from around the world for queen elizabeth's husband of 73 years. today, flags at half staff. 41 gun salute, with scaled down funeral plans in the works due to the pandemic. how will the queen cope without her beloved husband by her side. will prince harry and meghan return to england for the funeral? we are live outside windsor castle. the race to vaccinate. more than 20% of americans now fully vaccinated.
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and a tale of two americas. some states losing restrictions while others are urging americans to stay home to stay safe. cause of death. the medical examiner that conducted the autopsy on george floyd testified and said officer actions led to floyd's death. >> classified by a homicide. >> the defense is seizing on testimony on his heart condition and drug use. we are live with the latest. all of that plus erupting in paradise. huge plumes of smoke fill the sky after a volcano spews ash on an island in the caribbean. tens of thousands evacuated and the volcano might not be done yet, today saturday april 10th, 2021. and i from nbc news, this is "today" with peter alexander, kristen welker and dylan dryer.
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welcome to today. thanks for joining us on this saturday morning. >> as we come on the air, it is one day after prince philip's passing. as we said, a gun salute is taking place across the united kingdom to mark prince philip's death. the first shots fired just moments ago. an emotional salute there. 41 guns will be fired, one round every minute at various spots across the uk. the guns used were used at prince philip's and queen elizabeth's wedding and during the queen's coronation. >> nbc keir simmons is outside the palace where the prince passed away. >> reporter: good morning to
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you. the front pages of the british newspapers emblazoned with pictures of prince philip and of pictures of the queen and prince philip. "the daily mail" this morning reporting that only prince harry will travel here for the funeral. nbc news has not confirmed that, but it might makes sense. meghan, of course, is pregnant. the day of the funeral may be announced today. surely, a day that will be one of the hardest for the queen. the queen has never been queen without prince philip. this morning, she woke up a widow, making plans for his funeral at windsor castle. with flags across the uk at half-staff, outside buckingham palace, the traditional announcement of her husband's palace and many tributes to the king of edinburgh's side. >> her strength and stay of more
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than 70 years. >> condolences from australia's prime minister, new zealand's jacinda odern and canada's justin trudeau, calling him a man of conviction. and on british television overnight, prince philip's children paying tribute in prerecorded interviews. >> you ask anybody who had the privilege of listening to him speak or with any of the events that he hosted, it was always his humor that came through. n a greek royal, exiled with his family. became in his own words a refugee. he saw action on battle ships in world war ii, a brave and brilliant naval officer, and an outsider whose wedding to princess elizabeth and then her coronation as queen elizabeth, thrust him into an unwelcoming establishment. his primary role became supporting his wife the queen, telling "today" there were tensions.
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>> there were a lot of problems. it is an awkward situation to be in. >> there were strains in public, too. he had a famously blunt style. through the year met presidents from truman to obama. president biden saying jill and i are keeping the queen and prince philip's children, grandchildren and great grandchildren in our hearts, but it is the queen's own words, her husband and consort that best explains the man she will miss so much. >> he is someone who doesn't take easily to compliments but he has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years. >> reporter: prince philip always walked behind queen elizabeth. you could say he had her back. now she must lead alone. it must be said, peter, kristin, he could be rude, even racist. he would have accepted us mentioning that. he loved plain speaking. he hated the culture where people just tried to make each
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other comfortable. he wouldn't have wanted a fuss for his funeral, won't be a state funeral at windsor castle, it will be a family funeral, also because the coronavirus has the country in lockdown. >> keir simmons, thank you so much. >> bring in camilla. good morning. it is good to be with you. we appreciate you joining us. the role of monarch is a lonely one, keir laid out beautifully the love story between the queen and prince philip. he was more than just the love of her life though. take us notice windsor palace. how is the queen and the royal family coping? >> reporter: kristin, peter, you can imagine the queen has been left devastated. the duke of edinburgh spent a month in hospital prior to his demise, she would have
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recognized at 99 his days were numbered. there were hope he would make it to his 100th birthday in june. sadly, that's not the case. you can see today the queen's children driving into windsor castle, they made a visit to their mother to help her at a moment of terrible loss and sorrow. >> the passing comes amid a royal rift, only weeks since harry and meghan did the explosive interview with oprah, discussions who would attend the funeral, perhaps harry would, maybe meghan would, maybe she can't due to the pregnancy. what are your expectations? >> reporter: my expectations is that prince harry will attend alone. he may even be making the journey as we speak this weekend. expecting to be reunited with his family. of course he loved his grandfather, wants to be there for his grandmother. it will be difficult for meghan to attend, she's pregnant. and to avoid a distraction.
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this week should be about the family mourning, but most importantly should be about the queen in her hour of need. >> and camilla, how is the rest of the country doing this morning? >> reporter: i think actually people are being taken quite surprised by their own emotions. one hand, you have a man who had good innings, lived to 99, had a remarkable, extraordinary life. for people of my generation, actually prince philip represents somebody of the wartime era, perhaps somebody like your own grandfather who has connection with a different bygone era. people are paying respects at buckingham palace and windsor castle simply because he was this grand fatherly figure for the nation. emotions are running high for the queen now. both these people have been a figure of british and global lives more than seven decades, and the notion of the queen having to carry on at 95 without
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her stallwart support has effected people in britain and around the world. >> an incredible life and legacy. the rest of the world mourning as well. thank you for your perspective. the latest on the coronavirus where there's mixed news. the white house is touting a significant portion of the country is getting vaccinated. still, the u.s. is facing growing threat from contagious variants and new infection numbers nationwide are sounding alarm bells, but that's not stopping many states from easing up restrictions. kathy park is at new york's famed coney island that reopened friday. kathy, good morning. >> reporter: hey, peter, good morning. that's after being closed more than a year. the amusement park is open for business. guests were welcomed in yesterday. this is a sign that things are getting back to normal. cases are climbing across the
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country and the more contagious variant is reported in all 50 states. this morning, the pace of covid-19 vaccinations picking up with more than 114 million americans receiving at least one dose. more than 20% of the country is fully vaccinated. but there may be trouble ahead. starting next week, johnson & johnson vaccine supply will drop 80%, according to the biden administration. shortage comes as the company struggles with manufacturing challenges. >> i do think that the company is doing everything they can. >> reporter: and the fight to end the pandemic threatened by cases climbing in more than half the country in the past two weeks. michigan among the hardest-hit with 94% up tick. >> we are on track to potentially see a surge in cases greater than what we saw in the fall. >> reporter: to curb the trend, governor whitmer issued new guidance, urging high schools to
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go remote two weeks, youth sports to pause the same period. encouraged people to avoid indoor dining. >> michigan is unquestionably a national hot spot right now. >> reporter: a troubling sign as health officials worry about the spread of covid variants sweeping europe and now spreading in the u.s. the university of chicago issued a stay at home this week in response to a cluster of cases. >> put a damper on everyone's mood. had a little hope and it hit again. >> reporter: another reminder that the crisis isn't over, even as more states begin to loosen restrictions in an effort to get back to normal. according to the cdc, new daily covid cases have been climbing for three weeks now. meanwhile, back here at coney island, there are several covid safety measures in place, including social distancing markers on the ground, lots of plexiglas as well as hand sanitizing stations and guests
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asked to purchase tickets in advance. back to you. >> kathy park along coney island. kathy, thanks so much. the trial against derek chauvin resumes monday after an emotional day in court for the family of george floyd. on friday, the medical examiner that conducted the autopsy took the stand and dealt the defense another blow. megan fitzgerald is in minneapolis with more. good morning to you. >> reporter: kristin, good morning. it was a show of force for the prosecution who called expert witness after expert witness. the week started with jurors hearing from minneapolis' top cop. it ended with testimony from the chief medical examiner who conducted the autopsy on george floyd. so far, the prosecution called 35 witnesses to try to profits case. >> i would still classify it as a homicide. >> reporter: the medical examiner doubling down friday on the autopsy report, telling jurors the officer's actions led
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to his death, not drugs or pre-existing conditions. >> mr. floyd's use of fentanyl did not cause the neck restraint. heart disease did not cause the sub duel or neck restraint. >> reporter: the defense pushing back. >> do you recall describing the level of fentanyl as a fatal level of fentanyl? >> i recall describing it in other circumstances, it would be a fatal level, yes. >> reporter: dr. andrew baker, the latest medical expert to take the stand for the prosecution. >> there's no evidence to suggest he would have died that night except for the interaction with law enforcement. >> mr. floyd died from a low level of oxygen. and this caused damage to his brain. >> reporter: this comes after several police officers testified against their own, reacting to the nine minutes and 29 seconds derek chauvin had his knee on george floyd's neck. >> use the least amount of force
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necessary. >> i don't know what kind of improvised position that is, that's not what we train for. >> reporter: the defense claiming the crowd of bystanders distracted chauvin. >> when an officer is on scene and making a decision to use force and a crowd assembles, a reasonable officer has to be aware of what they're doing, right? >> absolutely. >> and that can distract an officer? >> in certain instances, yes. >> in a rare move, the minneapolis police chief took the witness stand and didn't mince words. >> that is not policy, not part of our training and not part of our ethics or values. >> reporter: the prosecution will likely end its case early next week. the defense will then call their first witness. the trial could last until the end of april. kristin, peter? >> megan fitzgerald in minneapolis, thank you. with their eyes set on returning to the white house,
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former president trump and top republicans are gathering for a big gop fundraiser. the party is crafting a strategy for the return to power. kelly o'donnell is live with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, peter. this weekend can be seen as a test or demonstration of donald trump's political sway, gathering with donors, raising money, mingling with political figures, he can try to show he is still on top of the republican party. just 80 days after landing in palm beach, this weekend trump, allies, and donors are gathering in the florida sun, but behind closed doors to raise money and maybe expectations. >> do you miss me yet? do you miss me? >> reporter: the former president is expected to speak to the gathering and has been wielding his influence to endorse for 2022.
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like marco rubio and rand paul just this week. his mar-a-lago club is a photo op stop for political allies. candidate sarah huckabee sanders that held a fundraiser there. this week, merchandise sales. the former president who persists with his false claims about the election is not opening up yet on his own future plans, even asked by daughter-in-law lara trump about 2024. >> you do have hope. that i can tell you. you do have hope. >> reporter: other republicans are stirring white house aspirations, from florida's governor ron desantis. >> we are an oasis of freedom in a nation that's suffering. >> reporter: to the south dakota governor. >> america needs conservatives now more than ever. >> reporter: mike pompeo, added fox news contributor to his
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resume. >> i heard president biden say america is back. back to what? >> reporter: notably missing this weekend in florida, republican officials not on the trump train. and former vice president mike pence who just inked his own book deal. and by keeping up suspense about his own potential run for the white house again, the former president is soaking up donor cash and altering the path for other would be candidates who need to be preparing right now to position themselves for 2024. peter, kristin? >> still a long way off and already talking about it. kelly o'donnell at the white house. thank you. let's get a first check of the forecast. dylan has her eyes on the south where millions are bracing for severe weather. what you got? >> yesterday we saw significant severe weather in texas, alabama. saw tennis ball to baseball sized hail. and wind gusts in oklahoma, up to 70 miles per hour yesterday.
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today, the area where we are focused on is through alabama and panhandle of florida. could see wind gusts up to 65 miles per hour and large hail again. lots of cloud to ground lightning. southern louisiana, lots of dangerous lightning occurring through new orleans. it is all ahead of a frontal system that's going to produce heavy rain from st. louis to chicago. heavy rain across ohio. sunday, makes it through the northeast. watch how rain redevelops back behind an initial line of rain. we will see heavy rain in the morning, we keep rain around in the northeast sunday. we could see as much as three or more inches in addition to severe weather potential on the we've got a sunny day ahead. right now in san francisco, 53 degrees into afternoon. by about 11:00 a.m., 57 and take a look at noon. about 59 degrees. now, your daytime highs for today, we're going to keep the sunshine around and it's going
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to remain breezy. about 10 to 20 miles per hour winds expected, especially near the coastline. daytime highs will climb into the upper 60s, even a couple of low 70s into the interior valleys, including areas like concord and livermore. >> and that's your latest forecast. peter? >> thanks so much. embattled congressman matt gaetz speaking out the first time since accused of taking part in sex trafficking, and having sex with a 17-year-old girl. his defiant response. a look back at queen elizabeth and prince philip's love story, whether the hit show "the crown"
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>> among them, a string of deadly shootings across the country. >> we have a male subject in army type suit with an a r-15. >> a navy medic opened fire at an industrial park wounding two sailors, one critically. in texas, another mass shooting. >> opened fire at an office park thursday afternoon, killing one person, wounding several others. >> in south carolina, another tragedy. >> imagine living like this. >> questions why philip adams shot and killed five people wednesday before taking his own life. >> heartbreaking video from the border showed a ten-year-old boy alone and afraid in the middle of the texas desert. >> can you help me he says? i was coming with a group, they abandoned me, i don't know where they are. >> they left you alone the agent asks? they abandoned me, his parents
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not with him, he was afraid of being kidnapped. >> they took him to a facility, he will be transferred to health and human services as they try to contact his family. >> l.a. sheriff wrapped up the investigation into tiger woods' car crash, saying he was driving nearly double the speed limit when he lost control. >> the vehicle traveled over the center median, crossing two lanes of traffic, hit a tree, went airborne, pirouetted to a stop, landing on its side 71 feet from the curb. >> the sheriff says woods will not face reckless driving charges. >> another remarkable achievement for nasa's latest mission to mars as ingenuity touched down on the red planet. the four pound mini chopper expected to take off sunday in the first ever controlled flight on another planet. celebrity zookeeper jack hanna stepping back from public life,
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his family announced he is battling dementia. >> in a statement, his loved ones writing his condition has progressed much faster in the last few months than we could have anticipated. >> news surveillance video showed a moment a car crashed through doors at a hobby lobby in massachusetts. the suspect drove through the store before fleeing. police caught up to him thanks to a license plate found at the scene. an explosion in philadelphia blew off the front of the home injuring one person. and this sheriff's deputy had her hands full, moving a ten foot alligator found under a parked car at an apartment complex. >> and finally. >> three, two, one. >> our friend savannah, craig, sheinelle and dylan got first doses of the pfizer covid vaccine live on the "today" show
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plaza. >> so fantastic to see everyone getting vaccinated. dylan, peter and i got our first shots last weekend. hurt a little bit. peter said he didn't feel it. dylan, i know you had jitters. >> mine stung. i don't know if it was because there was a countdown on the plaza. never had a countdown for a shot. i am halfway there. i feel like i am turning a corner. it is exciting. >> kristin recorded when they gave me the shot, i was like make sure the needle went in, i did not feel it, my biggest concern. talk about that more. still to come on "today," will prince harry and meghan markle go to england for prince phip's funeral. il
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good morning, everyone. you're watching "today in the bay." let's bring you right outside for a live look at downtown san jose. it's a chilly start to the morning. but don't worry, sunshine is on the way. thanks for waking up with us. keira clapper is enjoying some type off. i'm here with vienna. hopefully we'll get some sunshine for your plants hopefully later today. >> great day for some gardening for sure into the afternoon. even though it will be sunny, there'll be a little bit of a breeze, which will help it feel a little bit cooler around there.
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right now, 50 degrees in san francisco. notice by about 10:00, 11:00 a.m., any cloud cover sort of dissipates into the afternoon and then we hit those mid- and upper 50s. san jose right now, a little chillier, though. 47 degrees and eventually about 11:00, 12:00, up into those 50s and 7:00. we are starting off the morning with some breaking news that may not have been the alarm clock that got you out of bed today. an earthquake hit the south bay a little before 5:00 this morning. the center of the 3.0 magnitude quake was just outside of livermore, near del valle regional park, about 40 miles southeast of oakland. this is actually the second earthquake to rattle the area in less than a week. so far, there are no reports of any injuries or damage. i have posted about the quake on twitter, so let me know if you felt the shaking. lightheadedness, dizziness, and nausea right after taking the new johnson & johnson vaccine. those are some of the minor side effects being reported around the country and even here in the
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bay area. first responders were called to a vaccination clinic in brentwood yesterday. four people in all complained of reactions and symptoms. one was taken to the hospital by ambulance. a growing number of clinics across the country have reported rare cases of adverse effects on people after getting the j&j shot. some clinics exclusively administering the johnson & johnson shot have actually paused while federal health leaders evaluate the situation. however, the cdc says there is no cause for concern and tells everyone that the benefits of getting vaccinated still far outweigh the risks of having a reaction. and coming up this morning on "today in the bay," nightmares, exhaustion, and ptsd. a new study says these are all symptoms found in overworked first responders in the pandemic. so what should hospitals do? we'll tell you what the head of the study has to say about that. and all of your top stories and more coming up at 7:00. for now, we'll send you back to the "today" show.
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are you my wife or my queen? >> both. >> i want to be married to my wife. >> i am, and a strong man would be able to kneel to his wife. >> i beg you make an exception for me. >> no. >> we are back on this saturday morning, april 10th, 2021 with a fiery scene from the first season of netflix's wildly popular series "the crown." a show that gave so many people around the world a little insight into the royal family and the love story of queen
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elizabeth and prince philip. but how much was fiction and how much was reality? we'll take a look in a few minutes. one of my favorite shows for sure. >> one of the best scenes. their eyes at each other is compelling. >> we begin with a check of the headlines. condolences are pouring in for prince philip from around the world. flags across united kingdom flying at half mast in prince philip's honor. due to covid restrictions, there will be no state funeral, ceremonies will be scaled down, his own wishes were that it would take place like that. his body will lie at rest at windsor castle ahead of a private funeral at saint george's chapel. the queen and prince philip were married 73 years. a new twist in the sexual assault and harassment lawsuit filed against star quarterback deshaun watson by 22 women. friday, his attorney admitted he
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sometimes engaged in sexual activity with a massage therapist, claims it was consensual. houston police and the nfl are investigating the allegations. and history was made on the diamond in arlington, texas last night. san diego veteran pitcher joe must grove threw the first no hitter in the padre's 52 year history. until then, they were the only team in major league baseball without a no hitter. he is from san diego. grew uprooting for the padres. last night, 3-0 is the final. and also this morning, embattled congressman matt gaetz speaking publicly the first time since news broke that he is under federal investigation for allegedly having sex with a 17-year-old girl, and engaging in sex trafficking. he is facing a house ethics
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committee investigation as the first member of his own party calls on him to resign. ali vitale is tracking the developments. good morning to you. what's the latest there? >> reporter: good morning, kristin. congressman matt gaetz on home turf in front of a friendly audience. making clear even though he is mired in scandal, he is not backing down. matt gaetz defiant and doubling down in the face of allegations he was involved in sex trafficking and had sex with a 17-year-old girl. >> i won't be extorted by a former doj officials and crooks he is working with. the truth will prevail. >> headlining annie vent for a pro-trump women's group. >> i take words of margaret thatcher to heart. if you want something said, get a man. you want to get something done, hire a woman. >> he spoke the same day the
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house ethics committee opened an investigation into actions not just on sex trafficking but over allegations he showed nude images on the house floor and misused campaign funds. the congressman's heavily prowoman message after joel greenberg was arraigned on an array of charges, including sex trafficking of a minor, which drew the feds' attention to gaetz. they told the judge they expect a plea and not to go to trial. >> i am sure matt gaetz was not feeling comfortable today. >> he is a close ally of president donald trump, hired attorneys and outside pr firm to manage the scandal. a spokesperson telling nbc news he will fight back against the unfounded allegations. he is not charged with a crime and denied wrongdoing. still, calls to leave congress, including from a republican, adam kinzinger who says gaetz needs to resign.
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while he doubles down in the face of scandal, republican allies hard to find. female staffers in his office said they never witnessed a hint of impropriety. the statement didn't include their names. even trump subdued, offering only a reminder of gaetz's denials. he takes it as a sign of support, blasting a fundraising email to help trump and i fight back against another media hoax. and guys, gaetz's called it a legal hoax. he hired one of the lawyers that represents the trump organization in ongoing criminal and civil investigations, ongoing now in the state of new york. peter, kristin? >> ali vitale for us live in florida. thank you. we check in with dylan with a look at the forecast. it is spring, hopefully will feel like it. >> for some it is. for others, it will feel like
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summer. look at where we have some of the warmest conditions in the southwest. very dry with gusty winds. we have critical fire danger, especially across new mexico. look at temperatures today. some areas seeing temps 10 to 25 degrees above average. rapid city, 66 for a high. buffalo, new york. 84 degrees. it will be so warm today. philadelphia up to 75 on sunday, although that's not going to make it to the coast of the northeast, it will be more interior locations, 13 degrees above average. flint about 50. michigan is cooler. go farther to the west, 73 in kansas city sunday. and next week begins to cool off. monday going from 60s in chicago down to 50s tuesday and wednesday. memphis, 78 monday, down to 68 wednesday. baltimore 68 as well. and we're a little chilly,
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waking up in the 40s. but today will be running a few degrees warmer when you compare it to yesterday. let's take a look at the temperature trend. 10:00, 11:00 a.m., temperatures will climb into the upper 50s, eventually hitting those upper 60s. here's a look at your daytime highs. we are expected to remain pretty cool around the coastline. breezy winds, san francisco, a high of 63. half moon bay staying in those 50s and a little bit warmer in through concord. full forecast at 7:00 a.m. >> and that's your latest forecast. back to you guys. >> dylan, thank you. just ahead, a one of a kind love story. how accurately did "the crown" portray the marriage of prince philip and queen elabeth. iz ♪ ♪ when you really, really want something, it's hard to wait. ♪ ♪ (whispers) come on greg. ♪ ♪
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when the syrup touches all the other food... we humbly offer... the sausage, egg and cheese mcgriddles. ba da ba ba ba we're back this saturday morning with another look at the gun salutes today for prince philip. the world remembering philip's seven decades of service to his country, to the queen. for her it is a more personal loss, the loss of her beloved husband. >> netflix's series "the crown" took an in depth look at the relationship, portraying it as close, yet sometimes troubled, as well. did they take dramatic license.
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kelly cobiella has a look. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, kristin, peter. princess diana's brother earl spencer said the show should come with a disclaimer, warning it is fiction. at least one member of the royal family says there's an ounce of truth. this morning, queen elizabeth is learning to live without her prince for the first time in 73 years. a love story played out in public. >> here's the moment they have been waiting for. >> we watched their wedding, trips around the world, growing family, state dinners and dances and wondered what fl lives were like behind palace walls. >> the only person i ever loved is you. >> the fictional hit series "the crown" portrays a loving relationship but complicated one, with prince philip frustrated by royal duties from the start. >> don't worry.
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we'll put you to work. >> my work is as a naval officer. >> historians say it doesn't come close to real life. >> one can frankly ignore all of it when it comes to the actual historical prince philip who was a very different person. he was a loving father as i say, he was somebody who all his children looked up to immensely. >> prince harry told the late late show james corden "the crown" is loosely based on the truth. >> gives you rough idea what that life-style, what pressures of putting duty and service above family and everything else, what can come from that. >> family drama hollywood has taken up time and again in dozens of tv shows and movies like the 2006 film "the queen" portraying him as her fierce defender. >> you're the head of state, you don't get dictated to.
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>> a younger generation is getting to know him through fiction. in the week after the bombshell interview with oprah "the crown" was in the top ten with 85% ratings jump. as for the true life of the queen and her prince, queen elizabeth has never given an interview. but on their golden wedding anniversary she said of philip. >> he has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years. >> a small window into the real love story. and prince philip has given interviews before, in 2011 he said that being married to the queen seemed to me my first duty was to serve her in the best way that i could, and all four of his children have spoken about him in the past 24 hours on the bbc in a tribute to him. all talked about this sense of duty. prince edward, their youngest child, saying he served with
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such tact and diplomacy and never, ever overshadowed the queen. guys? >> i love that you read his words because we so rarely heard from prince philip. great piece there. i think it is remarkable to hear from harry saying it does capture some of the truth. >> i was struck learning about the intersection of the british monarchy and american president see. she has been queen for 14 presidencies to give you a sense of the length they served the commonwealth and their country. dylan joins us again with pop start. >> coming up, the a-lister joining forces with harrison ford for the next heavily ford for the next heavily awaited "indiana at novartis, our goal is to help keep cosentyx accessible and affordable. if you're taking cosentyx and your insurance or coverage changes or you need help paying cosentyx connect is here to help. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx. before starting, get checked for tuberculosis. an increased risk of infections and lowered ability to fight them may occur.
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life. >> his voice unmistakable, rugged, with a signature. for dmx, lyrics were a metronome from a rough upbringing and battled in the '90s and 2000s. his music defined by fighting power and pain propelled into the movies. cradle to the grave. >> romeo must die. ♪ >> with a chart topping fame came struggles with addiction. pleas to get help coming from some of his 15 children shared years ago. >> always. >> the rapper in and out of rehab for years, often asking god for strength at concerts. >> i will love you like you love me. unconditionally. >> talking about your problems is usually a sign of weakness.
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when it is actually one of the brightest things we can do. >> this weekend, fans paying respects after he died of a heart attack at 50 years old. >> he is a legend. >> i feel like he was part of my life. >> his family thanking fans, saying earl was a warrior who fought until the very end. for "today," gadi schwartz, nbc news. next up, "indiana jones" the latest installment of the franchise set to return. the fifth film of the series. we know who will be with him for the ride. phoebe waller bridge. she will star opposite him in the upcoming film. details of the plot are under wraps. one other thing we know, legendary composer john williams will return to score the movie.
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francisco. if you look past all the fog, there's the golden gate bridge right there. good morning, everyone. we are less than 20 minutes away from sunrise. happy saturday. i'm bigad sharan. i'm joined by vianey. >> 49 degrees right now, eventually, once that fog makes its exit, we're going to see sunshine this afternoon with slight warming, especially for the interior valleys, but it is expected to remain fairly cool around the coast, along with those breezy west-northwest winds, right now at about 16 miles per hour. so the temperature trend, 11:00, 12:00, will stay in those upper 50s, meanwhile, through san jose, we're definitely seeing a little bit of cloud cover through there as well, and we'll get some sunshine by about 12:00, it will be a mix of sun and clouds and take a look at this. so cool near the coast. full forecast, of course, at 7:00 a.m.. >> bigad? >> vianey, thank you. we're starting off this morning with some breaking news. that may not have been the alarm
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clock that got you out of bed today. an earthquake hit the south bay a little before 5:00 this morning, in the center of that 3.0 magnitude quake was just outside of livermore, near del valle regional park. that's about 40 miles southeast of oakland. this is actually the second earthquake to rattle the area in less than a week. so far, there are no reports of any injuries or damage. i have posted about the quake on twitter, so let me know if you felt the shaking. and happening today, facebook is setting up a clinic at its menlo park site to dole out vaccines. you're looking at video that was sent to us by facebook. the vaccination site will help out the ravenswood family health center. now, organizers say people will receive the moderna vaccine since san mateo county's j&j supply declined dramatically from 1,700 last week to 500 this week. >> in addition to our headquarters efforts, we're also partnering with governor newsom's office to support pop-up vaccination efforts
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across california. >> the site opens at 12:30 p.m. and registration opens up at 11:30 this morning. we'll have a lot more for you on "today in the bay." people around the country are experiencing vaccine side effects. the new questions swirling around the johnson & johnson one-shot vaccine. that plus all the top stories coming up at 7:00. for now, we'll send you back to the "today" show.
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good morning. remembering prince philip. condolences pouring in from around the world this morning for queen elizabeth's husband of 73 years. today, flags at half staff, a 41 gun salute. scaled down funeral plans in the works because of the pandemic with speculation about whether prince harry and meghan markle will make the trip back to england more than a year after last seeing members of the royal family, a month after the bombshell tell-all interview with oprah. eruption in paradise.
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huge plumes of smoke filling the sky after a volcano spews ash on an island in the caribbean. tens of thousands evacuated and the volcano might not be done yet. getting the hollywood treatment. dylan talks to best selling novelest, kristin hannah, behind the series "firefly lane". another book turned into a movie. incredible twist of fate for a woman that started on a different career path. >> did you know you always wanted to be a writer? >> no, i was not always creative. i was a lawyer before this. >> how her mom inspired her to pick up a pen. today, saturday april 10th, 2021. >> we're from pittsburgh, pennsylvania. celebrating giada's first birthday. >> i am tom. >> i am marry. >> celebrating our 50th wedding
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anniversary on "today" show. >> we're from burlington, massachusetts. i am celebrating my 40th on the "today" show. >> yay! ♪ ♪ >> all right. happy birthday, happy anniversary. >> big bottle of champagne there at that house. >> that's right. starting to drink early. welcome back to "today" on saturday morning. so glad you can be with us. it is a real end of an era this weekend. >> all sorts of tributes in the united kingdom. westminster abbey tolling the bells 99 times to remember 99 years of prince philip's life. >> very somber. that's where we begin. with preparations under way for prince philip's funeral. the queen's husband passing away on friday, being honored with flags at half staff throughout the uk today. nbc's keir simmons is outside windsor castle with how the prince is being remembered today. keir, good morning to you. >> reporter: kristin, peter,
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good morning to you. prince philip was a royal naval officer, on land across the uk, there's been a gun salute, including with guns used to mark the wedding of the queen and prince philip. and a 41 round fired salute to the prince. and we have been watching members of the royal family come to visit the queen in the past few days. her daughter-in-law saying she left. the queen has been amazing. the queen has never been queen without prince philip. this morning, she woke up a widow, making plans for his funeral at windsor castle. with flags across the uk at half staff, outside buckingham palace the traditional announcement of her beloved husband's passing. and many, many tributes to the
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duke of edinburgh's long service. >> not just as consort, by her side, every day of her reign, but as her husband, strength and stay of more than 70 years. >> reporter: condolences from australia prime minister, new zealand, and canada justin trudeau, calling him a man of conviction. on british television overnight, prince philip's children paying tribute in prerecorded interviews. >> you ask anyone that had the privilege of listening to him speak or at any events he hosted, it was always his humor that came through. >> reporter: he was born a greek royal, exiled with his family. he became in his own words a refugee. he saw action on battle ships in world war ii. a brave and brilliant naval officer, and an outsider, whose wedding to princess elizabeth and then her coronation at queen elizabeth thrust him into an unwelcoming british
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establishment, a proud man whose primary role became supporting his wife, the queen. telling "today" back in 1969 there were tensions. >> there were problems. it is an awkward situation to be in. >> reporter: there were strains in public, too. had a famously blunt style. through the years, he met presidents from truman to obama. president biden saying jill and i are keeping the queen and prince philip's children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren in our hearts. but it is the queen's own words to her husband and consort that best explains the man she will miss so much. >> he is someone who doesn't take easily to compliments but he has quite simply been my strength and stay all these years. >> reporter: prince philip always walked behind queen elizabeth. you could say he had her back. now she must lead alone.
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the tributes have been both personal and political. members of royal families across europe, including swedish royal family, guys, addressing the queen, and president biden describing prince philip as a heck of a guy. >> a loss around the world. keir simmons in windsor, thank you. back at home, more than 20% of americans are fully vaccinated against covid-19, but the pace of shots could be slowing down. next week, johnson & johnson vaccine supply will drop by 80% according to the biden administration. the shortage comes as the company struggles with manufacturing challenges. they still plan to deliver 100 million doses of the vaccine by the end of may. incredible scene in the caribbean, experts warn a
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volcano on st. vincent could keep erupting for weeks. a plume of ash rose 50,000 feet high after the volcano rumbled a second time friday. tens of thousands were evacuated with more than one-third of the island restricted. nearby nations temporarily opened borders to evacuees. it last erupted in 1979. time for this morning's weekend morning boost. that's dylan. >> it is time. this one will put a smile on your face. there are few friendships stronger than those that serve in the military. when two military best friends reunite after years apart, you can imagine it was extra special. >> that's a good hug there. that's justin, surprising his friend, john taylor. they were stationed together in japan several years.
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we are back on saturday morning with "today's" talker. the question a lot of people are asking, will prince harry and meghan return to london for prince philip's funeral? >> the royal family faced some drama certainly in the last few months, especially after the couple's recent explosive tell-all tv interview. we have more. good morning. >> peter, kristin, good morning. the loss comes at a difficult time for prince harry and meghan. currently, it is unclear what the relationship is like with the rest of the royal family and they now live here in california on the other side of the world, leaving many wondering if they'll be present at the memorial services. this morning, growing speculation about whether or not prince harry and meghan markle return to england to join the royal family, grieving the loss
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of prince philip. harry is known to be close with his grandfather, linked by blood and service. >> prince harry has at least until recently had quite a close relationship with prince philip because of their shared service history. harry served in afghanistan, and philip subbed in the navy. >> he walked with william and harry at their mother's funeral, not long ago sharing warm moments with baby archie. but the bombshell interview with oprah throwing the family into turmoil. >> what i was seeing was history repeating itself. >> the interview airing as prince philip was in the hospital. it is unclear if meghan and harry have spoken to him since. >> for harry and meghan to open up so publicly about family issues going on behind the scenes, i think he would have been quite upset about that. >> no word if the two fly to england with meghan expecting, traveling could be a risk. if harry makes the trip alone,
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it would be his first time back since retiring as a working royal. for now, the couple paying tribute with a somber message. thank you for your service, you will be greatly missed. >> is this going to be a moment for them to sort of turn the page and heal a lot of the wounds? >> i think many people will hope that this is a point of unity, a time for healing for the family. united in grief. they lost someone really, really dear to them. >> a time to honor a man who dedicated his life to the crown. time will be essential if they decide to travel because of covid restrictions which can require those entering england to quarantine and test negative. it could be some time before they could join the royal family. peter, kristin? >> you can imagine it could be a tough conversation when everybody comes home in the midst of mourning as well. >> keep thinking about that first moment when he is reunited
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with his family. taking a turn now. dylan, how about a final check of the forecast. >> good morning. we're going to focus on storms on the gulf coast. that's where we could see the most severe weather today, especially through the panhandle into southern alabama. wind gusts up to 65 miles per hour and hail, an inch or more in diameter. cloud to ground lightning through new orleans. now it is on the coast. also stronger storms moving through alabama. all ahead of a storm system that's going to produce heavy rain in the midwest, and then going into tomorrow, makes its way into the northeast. it will be a washout for some areas on the coast and northeast, back into buffalo. as for rain, you can see three or more inches of rain on the and we are cool to start. we do have some fog around the coastline. a live look in san francisco right now. expect to see sunshine, though, by the afternoon, with some slight warming, especially for
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the interior valleys. it is expected to remain pretty cool along the coastline, along with a slight sea breeze. not as gusty as what we saw yesterday. take a look at your daytime highs. upper 60s, low 70s for the south bay, the interior valleys, a high of 67 in oakland, san francisco, 63. full forecast at 7:00 a.m. still ahead. my conversation with best selling author kristin hannah, how her mom inspired her to pick up a pen, what it is like to see her books
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hear her name more and more as more of her works are transformed for screens, big and small. kristin hannah never thought she had be an author. >> did you know you wanted to be a writer? >> no, i was not always creative. >> my mom said don't worry, you're going to be a writer anyway. >> many of her stories are getting the hollywood treatment, like the netflix hit "firefly lane." >> best friends forever. >> they're essentially soul mates in a way, especially as we get older. friends really keep us afloat during the hard times in our life. it is nice to see that reflected on screen. >> her novel, the nightingale, being adapted into a movie next year, starring elle and dakota
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fanning. >> sisters playing sisters. they're the right age to see a female driven world war ii film where it's these young women who do the heavy lifting and save lives and risk their own lives. >> why do you want to tell those types of stories? >> there's a lot of stories about men being heroes, men being heroic, men surviving adversity. and i think it is really important for us, for our daughters, for our granddaughters, to put women back in that landscape. >> the latest novel takes inspiration from dorothy a lange whose work captures the struggles of families living in the dust bowl. >> one in particular called woman of the high plains, looking across the horizon. there was something about her. you could see that she was desperate and that she was afraid. but there was strength in her
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that spoke to me. >> though it was hannah's mother that first inspired her to pick up a pen, she never got to see how her story ended. she passed away years before hannah's first book was published. >> your mom had a premonition you would be a writer. what do you think she would think, what is she thinking looking down on you now? >> i think she's sitting somewhere with a martini and she is telling everyone around her see, i told her this is what was going to happen. >> a nice i told you so. >> yes. >> i mentioned her mom inspired her to start writing. they wrote her first book together as her mom was battling breast cancer. hannah says that manuscript is tucked way with a label that says even after death, do not publish. that was her foray into writing. >> i love her mom's impact. >> sipping a martini, enjoying
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good morning, everyone. i'm bigad shaban. coming up next on "today in the bay," we are less than a week away from california lowering the eligibility age for the covid vaccine. there is new concern about a lack of supply. plus, standing against the violence of the asian-american community. how the san francisco giants showed their support during the home opener. we will also have the latest on your weather, cool along the coasts. vianey arana will be in with all the details. we'll see you then.
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