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Ruth Langsford reacts as Rylan-Clark uses Eamonn Holmes' new stairlift amid health woes
Eamonn Holmes has been plagued with a number of health issues after undergoing surgery on his back, including fracturing his shoulder.The GB News presenter has since returned to work after taking several months off to recover.The broadcaster has been open about his struggles with a dislocated pelvis and a trapped sciatic nerve, amongst his other health concerns.The 63-year-old was visited by his pal Rylan-Clark on Sunday evening who couldn't resist using the presenter's latest at home machinery.Eamonn and Ruth have since purchased a stair lift to help Eamonn move more freely around their home.Rylan, 34, who jokingly referred to Eamonn as "dad" took the opportunity to get on the former This Morning presenter's new toy, while Ruth filmed.Ruth was heard saying: "Wait until it stops beeping, don't bloody break it." To which Rylan replied: "Can I just do it now? It's the noise! Oh, this is great," before mimicking a royal wave as the stair lift started moving down.The Loose Women presenter starts giggling which in turn sets off Rylan with a fit of giggles before she sarcastically asks "Are you Rylan? Can I have your autograph?"Rylan quipped: "Can I just say, I know you've been through it Dad, but you've got an easy life here!"Eamonn retorted: "It's a fun fair, it's the fun palace," to which Rylan replied: "Honestly, you could rent this out."The BBC Radio 2 presenter took to Instagram and shared the clip with his 1.6 million followers, and captioned the post: "Well someone had to go and check out the tech…. @eamonnholmes.
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Eamonn Holmes inundated with support as he shares update on 'soul destroying' health issue
Eamonn Holmes, 63, has been enduring hell in the health department in recent months, fracturing his shoulder in a fall very soon after he began recovering from a major operation on his back.The GB News Breakfast star had dislocated his pelvis last year that sparked his chronic back pain - and he has now opened up about the frustration he feels.Taking to Twitter today, the former This Morning presenter shared his plight with over a million followers, as he confessed he had "worked hard at my physio this morning"."Very tiring but I've now sat on my backside for 5 hours and feel bad about doing nothing," he explained."Lack of mobility & depending on others stops me doing really simple things."For peace of mind I feel another round of foot exercises coming on," he added.The broadcaster was inundated with messages of support but was forced to hit back at a Twitter troll, who joked that his current struggle "doesn't sound like a great advert for revitive".He was referring to Eamonn's role, along with wife Ruth Langsford, as an ambassador for a £250 circulation boosting foot stimulator product by the brand.Eamonn hit back at the comment, saying: "Don't be so stupid."He elaborated that he had also been trying hydrotherapy in a bid to relieve the pain too.@wogsalg responded more sympathetically, confiding to Eamonn: "I feel your pain.
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Ruth Langsford has been bedridden with 'lurgy' amid husband Eamonn's recent health woes
Ruth Langsford, 62, has ended her social media absence this week, explaining to her followers that she has been ill with the "lurgy" for the last three days.This comes as her husband Eamonn Holmes, 62, shared an update on his disc surgery, in a bid to help his chronic pain.Ruth took to Instagram in view of her one million Instagram followers to post the short video update.The presenter had been inactive on the social media site since the beginning of the week when she did a memory walk with the Alzheimer's charity.Explaining her absence, Ruth captioned the short video: "After three days in bed with the Lurgy, I'm up and back at work!"See you 7.00 - 9.00pm @qvcuk."Ruth posed for the mirror selfie, alongside her bags in a lift as she prepared for her working day.The Loose Women star's update comes as her husband Eamonn shared details on his "risky" chronic pain surgery.Last week, Eamonn told how he was planning to take time out from his TV presenting responsibilities to have surgery in a bid to help his battle with chronic pain.Eamonn has bravely documented his battle with the condition over the years, including his multiple efforts to relieve the pain.After breaking the news of his operation, the star gave an insight into how long he'll need to recover after the "risky" surgery.Amid his absence from GB News, Twitter user @Nella97_ wrote: "GB News Breakfast isn't the same without Eamonn."Hope you'll be back soon, speedy recovery @EamonnHolmes and the best partnership alongside @IsabelWebster_ #GBNEWS," he added.Eamonn replied: "Thank u Nella."I'll need a week to let my back heal.x"The same social media user penned: "Get well soon, coming back better and stronger," alongside a row of hearts.It comes after the former This
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Eamonn Holmes: GB News host shares health update after chronic pain surgery 'Need to heal'
Eamonn Holmes has taken to Twitter to share an update on his health after he underwent "risky" surgery for his chronic pain.The GB News host, 62, told how he plans to be back on his morning show, Breakfast with Eamonn and Isabel, soon, after taking time off for his back to heal from the operation.Last week, Eamonn told how he was planning to take time out from his TV presenting responsibilities to have surgery in a bit to help his battle with chronic pain.Eamonn has bravely documented his battle with the condition over the years, including his multiple efforts to relieve the pain.After breaking the news of his operation, the star gave an insight into how long he'll need to recover after the "risky" surgery.Amid his absence on GB News, Twitter user @Nella97_ wrote: "GB News Breakfast isn't the same without Eamonn."Hope you'll be back soon, speedy recovery @EamonnHolmes and the best partnership alongside @IsabelWebster_ #GBNEWS," he added.Eamonn replied: "Thank u Nella."I'll need a week to let my back heal.x"The original poster penned: "Get well soon, coming back better and stronger," alongside a row of hearts.It comes after the former This Morning star told how he's been left "immobile" amid his ongoing battle with chronic pain.The star was every inch the proud grandad as he gushed over his granddaughter Emilia walking for the first time.The one-year-old was seen taking numerous steps before she lost her balance in a cute video adored by many of his fans.Alongside the post, he wrote: "My Granddaughter Emilia chose today to take her first steps.....
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Eamonn Holmes, 62, took to Instagram yesterday to make a joke over his latest health woes.The GB News presenter left many with a few giggles, including his wife, Loose Women's Ruth Langsford, 62.Eamonn took to Instagram in view of his 756,000 followers to share a snap of his back as he underwent cupping therapy.The presenter can be seen covered in wooden cups as they suctioned onto his back.Cupping therapy is a form of alternative medicine, which originated in China, in which a local suction is created on the skin with the application of heated cups.The treatment is said to help decrease pain and inflammation, increase blood flow, reduce stress and even help things like skin issues or cellulite.A post shared by Eamonn Holmes OBE (@eamonnholmes)He captioned the post: "My osteo James has just gone home. How am I supposed to get into bed now?????"Many social media users, including Eamonn's wife Ruth took to the comments to joke with the presenter.Along with two laughing emojis, Ruth commented: "My ninja turtle!"While Carol Vorderman said: "That actually looks HORRIFIC."Lisa Snowdon continued: "Ruth will be playing the peace pipes on your back."Social media user Annielou175 jokes: "Flipping heck!! You look like a hedgehog."Lane_nic added: "At least Ruth will get a good night's sleep as you won’t be snoring on your back."The presenter has been very open about his recent health woes, telling of his battle with chronic pain last year after a dislocated pelvis led to three slipped discs.Eamonn said in a recent interview how swearing has helped him deal with the agony of his chronic back pain.Writing in Best magazine, he said: "Swearing has got a bad reputation – which I personally think it doesn't deserve.
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Eamonn Holmes spotted with walking stick at football match after 'agonising' health issues
Eamonn Holmes, 62, was spotted among Manchester United fans at Old Trafford on Saturday as he walked towards the pitch with the aid of a walking stick. Eamonn previously opened up about his health issues which have impacted his mobility.A video shared to social media showed the GB News presenter making his way to the ground as he clutched a black walking stick.Eamonn was delighted to be there and mingled with Manchester United fans as he walked.He proclaimed: “These are my people, this is what this is all about.“There are two places that I feel really at home, in Belfast, and the other one is Manchester.“I still have family connections in Manchester and it just feels like coming home...it’s my comfort blanket.”In the clip shared to his 755,000 Instagram followers, Eamonn told fans that he was watching the Liverpool and Manchester United Legends game in aid of the Manchester United Foundation.His fans were thrilled to see the journalist up and about and took to the comments to share their well-wishes.Sheila penned: “Looking fantastic it's really good to see you out in Manchester you’re a legend, marvelous entertainer.”Christine wrote: “Nice to see you out and about walking better.”Mary echoed: “Looking great Eamonn, enjoy the match!”And Edward added: “Fair play Eamonn, one of our own.”Earlier this year, Eamonn opened up about a chronic health problem that had left him in “agonising” pain.He has a trapped sciatic nerve which has become a recurring battle leaving him struggling to walk.He said in December: “I don’t walk, it’s more of a wobble.
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Eamonn Holmes, 62, poses with walking stick after admitting agonising health woes
Eamonn Holmes, 62, has been pictured with his walking stick in hand as he attended an event today.The GB News presenter looked dapper posing alongside his co-star Isabel Webster at Turn The Tables 2022.Eamonn posed for the camera as he smiled broadly despite his recent confession about his health woes.The TV star was walking with the aid of his walking stick at the event held at BAFTA Piccadilly in aid of Cancer Research UK.Eamonn has been struggling with chronic pains after trapping a sciatic nerve in his back.He previously admitted that he felt like a nuisance to his family due to his walking issues, his wife Ruth Langsford recounted.Speaking on Loose Women about her husband’s health issues, Ruth confessed that Eamonn’s comments on his health made her feel sad.She said: "Eamonn started his new job this week and because of that he’s been giving a lot of interviews, as you do."People have asked about his health because he’s had a really rough year this year."Bulging discs in his back, he hasn’t been able to walk properly, it’s transferred down his leg and he’s really finding it hard to walk," she continued."He said in this interview, which actually made me feel a bit sad, he said, 'I think my family are a bit fed up with me now.'"He said, 'The kids are a bit embarrassed about how I move around or don’t move around, and Ruth’s getting a bit fed up with me.'"I thought, well, I am and I’m not.
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‘Struggling to walk’ GB News' Eamonn Holmes, 62, turns to ‘mystical stick’ for health woes
This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes has turned to a "mystical stick" to help him walk as he continues to get back to health following a tough year.The ITV host, 62, has recently shared that he's been having a "very difficult time" as he detailed his journey with chronic pain last year.In a new interview, Eamonn, who's recently moved to GB News to present his show alongside co-host Isabel Webster, told how a "mystical stick" has been helping him recover.Last year, Eamonn documented his battle against chronic pain after damaging his sciatic nerve.As a result, the husband of Ruth Langsford faced trouble walking, but has since revealed that he is determined to get up and about more in 2022.For part of his recovery, the ITV star divulged that he's had a special walking aid carved out especially for him.Eamonn explained: " [It's] not just any old stick – this is a hazel branch decorated with vines from the forest.“It’s a tribute to the tree spirits, the most powerful and wise of all spirits."The star went on to reveal that his stick contains protection provided by the "sleeping spirit".He said: "Hunters from ancient times would knock on trees before they entered the woods, to awaken the sleeping spirit for protection – and that’s where you get the sayings ‘knock on wood’ and ‘touch wood’.“Well, touch wood this gets me out and about more, and that leg of mine gets stronger and better," he continued to The Daily Star.Eamonn's admission comes days after he revealed that his sons are “embarrassed” by his walking issues.Speaking about his mobility problems, Eamonn said: "For months now I haven’t been able to walk, sometimes at all, and it has really taken its toll on everyone around me too.“I can’t bend down to pick things up so
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