Eamonn Holmes admits he’s in Ruth’s ‘bad books’ over ‘innocent question’

Eamonn Holmes admits he’s in Ruth’s ‘bad books’ over ‘innocent question’

May 9, 2022

Eamonn Holmes hilariously revealed that he was in his wife Ruth Langsford's "bad books" after asking an "innocent question".

The 62 year old television presenter, who recently transformed a bedroom at his and Ruth's Surrey mansion, took to Twitter over the weekend to reveal how he accidentally started a row with Ruth.

He tweeted: "Little could I have imagined that a simple question asked out loud like 'Where do we keep the Eggcups?' would have got the day off to such a fractious start.

"Sorry I asked," Eamonn added alongside a series of confused face emojis to the post, which sparked debate with many seeing Ruth's point of view.

"You should know where your egg cups are," one person replied.

Eamonn responded in defence: "They weren't where I would put them ….. but that led to a wider conversation unfortunately."

Another recalled a similar story, penning: "Last week my husband asked me where he'd find a clean dishcloth. I answered by pointing at the same drawer they've been kept in for the last 20 years. I was too busy preparing dinner for 14 people to stab him."

Someone else wrote: "Oh dear you would think you would know where the egg cups are kept by now. Time to go and get a bunch of flowers."

It was also added by another: "Oh dear Eamonn. Hope you're not in the bad books now."

Meanwhile, GB News presenter Eamonn also recently came under fire for comments he'd made about Prince Harry.

While appearing on his breakfast news programme with co-presenter Isabel Webster, the newsreader claimed that the Duke of Sussex only visited the Queen to keep up his credibility.

He said: "He's bringing a book out where he's slagging off Camilla and maybe William and his father.

"How on earth… why wouldn't they just throw him over the balcony and her with him?"

As a result of his comments, Eamonn received a backlash on social media for his remarks.

Television watchdog Ofcom also received a staggering 402 complaints about the offensive comment made by Eamonn.

Eamonn is already facing an investigation by Ofcom for comments he made about 5G technology and coronavirus.

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