Fans blast Eamonn Holmes for calling his wife Ruth Langsford ‘FAT’

Fans blast Eamonn Holmes for calling his wife Ruth Langsford ‘FAT’

January 2, 2019

Eamonn Holmes leaves This Morning viewers in uproar after calling wife Ruth Langsford ‘very FAT’ in a derogatory on-air comment

Eamonn Holmes has left This Morning viewers in uproar after calling his co-presenter wife Ruth Langsford ‘very fat’ on Wednesday’s show.

The TV host, 59, provoked anger among fans by making the derogatory comment while the couple discussed new year’s resolutions.    

Ruth attempted to laugh off the the scathing jibe and told her husband to ‘stop being mean’, before Eamonn left viewers even more furious when he went on to claim his own weight is fine. 

‘That’s because you are fat!’ This Morning viewers blasted Eamonn Holmes for calling his wife Ruth Langsford ‘very FAT’ in a ‘derogatory on-air comment’

As Ruth predicted, fans were immediately riled by the comment and scolded the cheeky presenter for ‘showing his wife up’ on live television. 

‘Fancy calling your wife fat on TV Eamonn. Show her up a bit more,’ (sic) one wrote, leading the’ attack on social media.


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Eamonn took the swipe at his wife of nearly nine years when the pair discussed New Year’s resolutions.

The presenter didn’t hold back when he branded Ruth ‘very fat’ when she said she was only allowed 1,200 calories a day because of her ‘bulk, age and height’.

Eamonn quipped: ‘That’s because you’re very fat, that’s why.’ 

Shocking: Jaws dropped at home and Ruth was gobsmacked when her husband made the brazen comment during their appearance on This Morning

Keyboard warriors: Riled up at home, viewers furiously typed scathing comments attacking the presenter for ‘showing up his wife’ on-air with his ‘derogatory comment’

He had previously shared: ‘Ruth has done the typical trap where she said lose weight. Obviously.

‘She’s got one of these app things that told her how many calories she’s restricted to, bearing in mind her bulk, how much intake she can have a day.’

Jaws dropped at home and Ruth was gobsmacked when her husband made the brazen comment during their appearance on This Morning.

Brutal: The presenter didn’t hold back when he branded Ruth ‘very fat’ when she said she was only allowed 1,200 calories a day because of her ‘bulk, age and height’

Outrageous: Eamonn took the scathing swipe at his wife of nearly nine years when the pair discussed New Year’s resolutions 

She said: ‘Oh my goodness, you’re going to get “stop being mean to your wife”.’ 

Eamonn defended himself: ‘I’m only stating the facts.’

Fans didn’t shy away from making their anger known as they took to social media to criticise Eamonn’s behaviour towards his wife.

Fuming: Fans didn’t shy away from making their anger known as they took to social media to criticise Eamonn’s behaviour towards his wife

Missed you! It was back to reality for Eamonn and Ruth after they returned to work to present the first show of This Morning in the new year

One admirer wrote: ‘If i was Ruth i would have given a big dig in Ribs for saying she’s FAT you should look at yourself when your sitting down the buttons on your shirt look as they are going to pop of and your jacket, think it’s about time you went on the DIET or get bigger clothes.’

Another fan tweeted in support: ‘Eamon only managed to last 4 minutes before making a derogatory comment to Ruth. Bored of seeing their boring relationship. Switched off.’

It was back to reality for Eamonn and Ruth after they returned to work to present the first show of This Morning in the new year. 

The married couple spent New Year’s Eve curled up in bed watching BBC’s Hootenanny while they indulged on the rest of the Quality Street tin. 

So sweet: The married couple spent New Year’s Eve curled up in bed watching BBC’s Hootenanny while they indulged on the rest of the Quality Street tin

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