This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes has had a Tube station named after him – although he’s concerned the police are going to ‘tear down’ the sign.
The morning show host was left surprised when he saw the Embankment Tube station sign has had a little makeover so as it reads: ‘Eamonnbankment.’
Sharing a snap on Twitter, he wrote: ‘London’s Embankment Station has had a revamp from those 2 masked and inspirational @allontheboard fellas. Give them a Follow. Funny and Inspired. Thank you.’
The 60-year-old also put in a request to ask: ‘Can I have the sign when the Police come to tear it down ?’
We wonder how Ruth will feel about having that knocking about the house!
AllOnTheBoard is a movement run by two anonymous Transport For London workers, who often share inspirational and motivational messages on the whiteboards around stations.
On occasions like celebs’ birthdays and big concerts, they celebrate the stars with a message to them.
Recently, they penned a tribute to Caroline Flack on her birthday, a message to Liam Gallagher to celebrate his Down By The River Thames concert, and a heartfelt Remembrance Day note.
Earlier this year, the star reassured fans after some were concerned that he and Ruth were to be ‘axed’ from the show.
Fans were worried about the fate of the two, with one tweeting: ‘Executives at @thismorning best not be trying to axe @EamonnHolmes and @RuthieeL to fill their diversity quota.
‘They’re brilliant hosts and nothing about the show needs changing! If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! @ITV#ThisMorning#ITV‘.
Eammon saw the post and simply responded with the praying hands emoji.
Credit: Original article published here.