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Eamonn Holmes 'can't walk' and says he's 'not good' in worrying health update

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GB News presenter Eamonn Holmes has spoken today (September 4) about his health issues while presenting his programme. Opening up about his health, he said to guest Tim Franklin: "I can't run, I can't walk, I can't do anything except watch TV and eat. "I just got problems last year in my back, which I haven't recovered from.

It's not good, it's not a good recipe I have to say. You are a good motivation for all of us. What would you say to people out there who just have not got that motivation?" The 63 year old’s admission comes after his wife, Ruth Langsford, revealed that she had a chest infection and shared the method that her doctor had advised for her to get better.

Sharing a video of herself taken by Eamonn over the weekend, the 63 year old was seen inhaling hot steam. Asking what she’s doing, her husband jokes: "Does it get rid of blackheads?

Take deep breaths,” to which she responds: "Don't make me laugh, it will make me cough." Captioning the clip, she wrote: “So day 3 of antibiotics and the doctor told me to steam twice a day...

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