Eamonn Holmes dedicates adorable post to wife Ruth Langsford following her devastating loss

Eamonn Holmes has welcomed with Ruth Langsford back to This Morning with a sweet post.

The This Morning presenter took to Instagram to welcome his wife back to the This Morning sofa, after she took some time off following the death of her sister.

Posting a sweet image of the pair sitting side-by-side in a loving embrace while presenting the ITV daytime show together, the loving husband wrote: ‘My partner is back in business. Please join us for This Morning on @itv from 10.30 ….for the next 7, yes I said SEVEN , Weeks. Summer is here!’

Fans rushed to express their delight that the popular TV duo would be reunited, after Eamonn had been presenting with stand-in This Morning host Rylan Clark-Neal while Ruth was away.

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Well-known faces like actress Martine McCutcheon, TV presenter Julia Bradbury and singer Mollie King even left excited comments on the post, writing: ‘Yay!!! Double trouble are back👊🏼😍👏🏼💖 See you at the weekend @eamonnholmes x’; ‘Whaaaat?! Wow, that’s a long stretch. No summer hols for you’ and ‘❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️’.

Today was Ruth’s first day back on screens for nearly a month, after she shared with fans back on 20th June that she had sadly lost her sister to a ‘very long illness’.

Alongside a sweet photo of the pair together, Ruth wrote: ‘My lovely Sis Julia has sadly died after a very long illness. My heart is completely broken.

‘She was the kindest and most gentle soul and I will miss her forever.’

Explaining that she would be taking some time away from the screen after her difficult loss, Ruth added: ‘As I am sure you will appreciate I need to take time to grieve with my family. Thank you for your understanding.’

While Ruth was away, Eamonn managed to hold down the fort, taking to the This Morning couch the very next day with co-presenter Rylan Clark-Neal.

Hopefully Ruth is feeling better and will enjoy being back on screens.