Ruth Langsford confirms her future on ITV as husband Eamonn Holmes leaves This Morning

Ruth Langsford has confirmed she will not be leaving the sofa of This Morning to join her husband Eamonn Holmes on his new TV venture.

Fans of the Loose Women host, 61, will be relieved to hear the popular TV veteran will remain entertaining them for many more afternoons yet.

In an interview with Best Magazine the daytime star insisted she is not tempted to join Eamonn, 62, on GB News. She told the magazine: “I'm still at ITV, with This Morning and Loose Women.”

In November last year, Eamonn left This Morning after 15 years presenting the iconic show and at the time Ruth's future on the show was cast in doubt.

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A spokesperson, reported by The Mirror, also released a statement as they declared: “Ruth remains an important part of ITV Daytime both as a continuing member of the This Morning family and as an anchor presenter on Loose Women."

Ruth couldn't contain her excitement for her husband's career move and in a sweet Instagram post this week wished him luck ahead of his new anchor role alongside former Sky News presenter Isabel Webster.

In the adoring video of her husband, Ruth wrote: "Here he goes….new year, new challenge for Eamonn Holmes. Back doing what he does best. I’ll be watching….hope you will too."

The Loose Women host has been supportive of Eamonn's new presenting challenge and has not ruled out them working together again.

The star, who also has a QVC fashion range, told Best magazine: “I'm thrilled, It's what he does best. He's always been very entertaining on This Morning – Eamonn can turn his hand to anything."

Ruth revealed: “He's a total news junkie, I'm very proud of him. Yes, no more This Morning together – but it doesn't mean there aren't other projects we can do together.”

However, on Loose Women, Ruth discussed her emotions with co-stars Gloria Hunniford, 81, Coleen Nolan, 56, and Brenda Edwards, 52, about her role as Eamonn's caregiver.

The star chatted about her role in looking after Eamonn who is suffers with chronic pain due to his slipped discs.

Ruth shared: "He said in this interview, which actually made me feel a bit sad, he said, 'I think my family are fed up with me now, the kids are a bit embarrassed about how I move around or don't move around and Ruth's getting a bit fed up with me'."

The host explained: "And I thought, 'Well I am and I'm not,' it's human when you're helping someone all the time and they're incapacitated, it's hard to be Florence Nightingale all the time."

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