This Morning 's Eamonn Holmes has lifted the lid on his marriage to wife Ruth Langsford, and how the pair have become one of the strongest couples in showbusiness.
In an exclusive chat with Daily Star Online, talkRADIO's Eamonn, 60, revealed the secret to the success of the pair's union.
Eamonn spilled: "I would say, I think Ruth and I are more honest than most people.
"Again, we're not these people that say, 'we never argue, we never fall out', we never have downs, we simply say, 'you're a bit abnormal or creepy if you're constantly holding hands for 25 years – there's something wrong with you, I think'."
Eamonn also revealed how it was a case of opposites attract between himself and "fiery" Ruth.
He explained: "Ruthie is so fiery and determined – she's incredible as a woman. She's incredible as a human being – she's strong, she's strident. But basically, at the end of the day, her and I have a very good relationship – she's the fiery one.
"And she's the feisty one, and together we're a really good balance. I'm full of admiration for everything she does for us as a family."
Eamonn divulged how he's the "sensitive and emotional one," while Ruth is the "practical do'er" in their "real relationship".
The veteran TV host admitted he and Ruth are very "interdependent" and have supported each other "through a really, really bad year," seemingly referencing the tragic death of Ruth's sister.
Eamonn and Ruth have been married for nine years and share son Jack, 17.
The TV duo have partnered with Heineken for their new Brewing Good Cheer campaign to host free pub lunches for socially isolated people over the festive period.
Eamonn said it's about telling people "Don't be alone over the Christmas period – see your pub as a gathering spot – whether you drink alcohol or don't drink alcohol."
- Eamonn Holmes
- Ruth Langsford
- This Morning
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