Ruth Langsford reveals when she will be returning to Loose Women

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The presenter has been busy with This Morning

Sharnaz Shahid

Following her work commitments with This Morning this summer season, Ruth Langsford has lastly revealed when she will return to Loose Women. The TV presenter, who’s married to Eamonn Holmes, took to her Instagram Stories for an impromptu Q&A session, the place one follower requested about her return. Sharing the query, Ruth replied: “In a couple of weeks… have missed those ladies.”

Over the summer season interval, Ruth and her husband stuffed in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on the This Morning couch. However, final week, the beloved TV star made a short look with her co-hosts as she celebrated Loose Women’s 20th anniversary. In honour of the event, Loose Women’s official Twitter web page confirmed an outdated clip of Ruth showing on the ITV programme with her child son Jack for the very first time.

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Jack was born in 2002, and is Ruth’s solely little one with her husband Eamonn. Ruth may be heard saying, “He’s a big boy. He looks about 12 actually” earlier than revealing that Jack weighed 8.4lb at beginning, so “wasn’t that big!” The panel shortly concluded that little Jack appeared “just like his dad”, with Ruth agreeing: “He does, doesn’t he! Someone has got to!” Ruth was additionally requested on the time whether or not she felt motherhood had modified her. “Well, I don’t think it’s changed me as a person, but it’s definitely changed my whole kind of perspective and outlook on life, completely,” she replied. “I’m so emotional now, I cry at anything and everything.”

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Both Ruth and Eamonn have since opened up about their son, with the doting dad telling HELLO!: “I think he would make a good journalist but whatever he wants to do in life is totally up to him.” Ruth added: “We wouldn’t have a problem if he wanted to go into the industry, we would help him as much as we can. We have had great careers, a great life doing this, and he is very much like his dad, he’s very interested in news and politics which at 17 I wasn’t interested in.”

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