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Eamonn Holmes shares candid health update and admits he 'can't walk'

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Eamonn Holmes has given a candid health update admitting that he 'can't walk' after hs wife Ruth Langsford was struck down with a nasty infection.

The TV presenter returned to hosting duties on GB News this Monday morning alongside co-host Isabel Webster, sharing his health update alongside guest Tim Franklin.

Brisbane lawyer Tim has been making headlines across the globe with his challenge to become the fastest person to run round the world.

He joined the presenters on GB News to discuss his project, as Eamonn admitted he hadn't recovered from his back problems. "I can't run, I can't walk, I can't do anything except watch TV and eat," Eamonn announced.

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