Ruth Opens Up About Falling in Love With Eamonn, Her Army Childhood & Her Big TV Break | Loose Women

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In Ruth’s Life Before Loose, she shared the fascinating story of her army childhood, moving from Singapore (where she was born) to the UK, Libya to London and beyond with her mother and father. Ruth reflects on her happy memories of family life and told us tales of her boarding school antics.

She also confessed to messing up her exams and becoming quite a “directionless” teenager before a chance meeting in a pub kick-started her career in television. As well as all this, she had quite the story to tell about her very first meeting with a certain Irish TV presenter, Mr Eamonn Holmes.

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In This Story: Eamonn Holmes

Eamonn Holmes OBE is a Northern Irish journalist and broadcaster. Holmes co-presented GMTV for twelve years between 1993 and 2005, before presenting Sky News Sunrise for eleven years between 2005 and 2016. Since 2006, he has co-hosted This Morning with his wife Ruth Langsford on Fridays and during school holidays.

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