Lorraine Kelly takes a slap on the CNN reporter after the COP26 blunder

Lorraine Kelly took a naughty slap at CNN reporter Wolf Blitzer after tweeting that he was reporting live from COP26 – in Edinburgh.

Today, the UN climate conference started at the SEC in Glasgow, where Prime Minister Boris Johnson spoke to world leaders, including US President Joe Biden, India’s Narendra Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Over the next two days, world leaders will discuss what can be done to limit carbon emissions and keep temperature limits at 1.5C.

Over the next two weeks, between 1 and 12 November, some 30,000 delegates from more than 180 countries will look at how to prevent CO2.

And news media around the world are covering the event, and CNN’s Wolf Blitzer traveled to Edinburgh to report on the opening.

Lorraine Kelly

Wolf tweeted: “I am now reporting from Edinburgh in Scotland, where 20,000 world leaders and delegates are gathered for the COP26 Climate Summit. COP is also hosting the ‘Conference of the Parties.’ This is the 26th time they have gathered to discuss and act. on this critical issue. “

And the Scottish TV host could not help but correct the reporter who posed in front of Edinburgh Castle.

She said: “It’s in Glasgow friend.”

And fans could not help but giggle.

One wrote: “FFS, what hope we have, do not know where the most important climate conference will be held.”

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Another added: “It’s Edinburgh Castle!”

While one said, “You’re in the wrong city lol.”

And another added: “There has never been a more passive aggressive ‘Pal’ !!”

Earlier today, US President Joe Biden landed at Edinburgh Airport.

He then traveled to Glasgow to attend the conference.

Speaking at the start of the event, the Prince of Wales spoke at the Cop26 Global Climate Conference in Glasgow, telling delegates: “The magnitude and scale of the threat we face requires a global system-level solution based on a radical transformation of our current fossil fuel. -based economy for someone who is truly sustainable and sustainable.

“So ladies and gentlemen, my prayer today is that the countries come together to create an environment that enables any industrial sector to take the necessary steps.

“We know this will take trillions, not billions, of dollars. We also know that countries, many of which are burdened by rising debt levels, simply cannot afford to ‘go green.’

“Here we need a comprehensive military-like campaign to rally the strength of the global private sector. With trillions at its disposal – far beyond global GDP and, with the utmost respect, beyond even the governments of world leaders – offers the only real prospect of achieving fundamental economic change. “

He said that a clear strategy is needed to accelerate the entry of innovative solutions into the market, along with a reduction in the risk of increasing private investment, and said that this framework is offered in his Sustainable Markets Initiative.

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