Ruth Langsfords husband Eamonn Holmes seen dancing with crutches amid health ordeal

This Morning: Eamonn Holmes jokes about 'nobody watching' show

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This Morning presenters Ruth Langsford, 60, and Eamonn Holmes, 61, have delighted fans following their return to the ITV programme. As the married couple wrapped up Friday’s edition of the daytime show, Ruth captured her husband in a cheeky behind-the-scenes video.

Taking to Instagram stories, the mum-of-one filmed her colleagues in the studio.

As music blasted around the set, Ruth captured her other half steadying himself on crutches.

But Eamonn didn’t appear to let that hold him back as the veteran broadcaster could be seen moving his hips.

Ruth then panned the camera around the room, with the rest of the crew also dancing around.

She then focused back on Eamonn, who had now incorporated his crutch into his moves.

“Thank for another great week gang,” Ruth wrote, in view of her one million followers.

Despite Eamonn showcasing his moves, the ITV presenter has been very candid in recent months about his chronic pain issue.

It comes after the This Morning presenter revealed he slipped discs in his back and dislocated his pelvis.

Eamonn has been undergoing treatment to try and relieve the pain including receiving steroid injections.

In a recent interview, the pain-stricken presenter revealed he’s on a time limit to get better.

“I started tweeting about chronic pain and the response was huge,” he said.

“I heard from so many people who had a car accident or have fallen down the stairs and have no hope of treatment.


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“Their pain is for the rest of their lives. I feel for them.”

He added: “For me, I’m in a race against time to strengthen my back before my steroid injections — which do ease the pain — run out.”

Eamonn also revealed the threat of being in a wheelchair is looming over him.

“It’s quite depressing because every day you get up and hope you’ve done better and you have treatment and it still hurts like hell!” he told

Elsewhere, Eamonn delighted viewers as he confirmed that he and Ruth will continue to front This Morning until September.

He tweeted: “From 10 am to 12.30 pm. Five days a week till September. We’ll be there. Hope you can be too. #ThisMorning #ITV.”

Fans flocked to comment on the post, as one wrote: “Loving you both being back on.”

Another remarked: “Always enjoy the banter between you and Ruth.”

This Morning airs weekdays on ITV at 10am.

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