Ruth Langsford shared a sweet photo from her lunch with her husband Eamonn Holmes on Sunday. Taking to Instagram, the This Morning co-host posted a selfie of herself and Eamonn at a table which she tagged as being at the La Casa Restaurant & Grill in Weybridge.
Wearing a cool white T-shirt, Ruth beamed at the camera as she held a glass of rosé, a miniature fan on the table in front of her. Eamonn sat opposite his wife, wearing a crisp short-sleeved shirt and holding up a glass of water as he also smiled.
Ruth sweetly captioned the image: “A handsome man asked me out for lunch! #sunday #lunch #date #love [heart emoji].”
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Her fans were quick to share their appreciation for the lovely sentiment and photo, with one commenting: “Aww!! Such a lovely couple!” Others added: “Perfect couple,” and: “Fabulous!” Some of the 60-year-old’s followers, however, were more interested in the tiny electric fan that Ruth had brought with her than any other aspect of the couple’s date.
Ruth shared the photo of her and Eamonn’s date to Instagram
One wrote: “Love the mini fan,” and others added: “I have one too. It’s fab. Got it from Amazon,” and: “I’ve just ordered.” Ruth had so many comments about the gadget that she made a separate post showing a close-up of the fan and explaining where she got it from and why she loves it.
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The mum-of-one wrote: “For those asking… the mini fan was a gift to me from @therealgokwan…. best thing EVER…. as a woman of a certain age I take it everywhere!! X.” A day earlier, Eamonn revealed that he had been struggling with the heat himself.
Mini portable fan, £12.99, Amazon
The former GMTV presenter shared his problem on social media, taking to Twitter in the middle of the night. The star wrote: “2.51am… I have a bad feeling that might be me done with sleep for tonight.“
The dad-of-four was inundated with sympathetic responses, which included: “Bad isn’t it. Hope you’re okay, sending hugs,” “I’m so sorry you have so much trouble sleeping,” and: “Hope you manage to sleep again, I know the feeling, I haven’t slept yet.”
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