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Ruth Langsford confirms seven week This Morning stint with Eamonn Holmes after ‘axe’ from Friday slot

Ruth and Eamonn are back on This Morning! (Picture: ITV)

Ruth Langsford has confirmed when she’ll be back on This Morning with husband Eamonn Holmes after the couple was dropped from their Friday timeslot.

Back in 2020 it was confirmed Ruth and Eamonn would be replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary on Fridays but would continue to cover for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield during the school holidays.

However, during the June half term, Ruth and Eamonn were missing in favour of Alison and Dermot, sparking concern they wouldn’t be back at all.

Fear not, This Morning fans – not only are Ruth and Eamonn set to return to the ITV show – they’ll be presenting for an entire seven weeks.

‘We’ll be doing seven weeks from July. I’m looking forward to it,’ Ruth announced in OK! Magazine.

The Loose Women panelist also assured she is still close to Alison, despite the drama surrounding the controversial This Morning shake-up.

Ruth and Eamonn were replaced by Dermot and Alison (Credits: ITV)

‘I speak to Alison all the time,’ she continued. ‘She’s a friend of mine.’

Ruth’s husband Eamonn has been battling chronic pain in his back, and was last seen on This Morning being supported by crutches.

The Irish TV star is still using crutches, and has since confirmed he suffered ‘three slipped discs’.

Lifting the lid on his recovery, he tweeted: ‘Another session of Physio rehab – feels like I’m making progress – slowly but surely.

‘Chronic pain now gone because of steroid injections – thank God.

‘Got to strengthen my back now. Small steps, literally. But feeling positive.’

This Moring airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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