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Eamonn Holmes seen in wheelchair as he holds hands with Christine McGuinness at TRIC Awards

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Eamonn Holmes was seen putting on a courageous front as he attended his first public event in a wheelchair.The 64-year-old TV veteran made his way to the prestigious TRIC Awards on Tuesday, choosing to bypass the red carpet.

This marked his inaugural award ceremony appearance since the surprising news of his split from wife Ruth Langsford last month, ending their 14-year marriage.At the awards - an event he always attended accompanied by Ruth - Eamonn was spotted in a wheelchair.

The GB News presenter was photographed sitting alone before being joined by other guests, including Christine McGuinness and Angellica Bell.Christine was pictured warmly holding Eamonn's hand and draping an arm around his shoulder as they posed with smiles for the camera.

Eamonn was smartly dressed in a black suit paired with a crisp white shirt and a striking blue tie. He was in the running for Best TV Presenter, facing off against the likes of Susanna Reid, Nigel Farage, and Matt Chorley, reports the Mirror.

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