Ruth Langsford still feels sexy at 60 thanks to husband Eamonn Holmes – despite her body hang ups – The Sun

TV presenter Ruth Langsford looks sexy at 60 – but reveals she’s still got body hang ups like the rest of us!

In an exclusive shoot and interview for woman&home magazine, Ruth admitted that despite her body not looking the same way it used to, it doesn't matter to her loving husband and This Morning co-presenter Eamonn Holmes.

"I’ve got my wobbly bits I don’t like and I’m two sizes bigger than I was in my 40s. But Eamonn makes me feel sexy!", Ruth explained.

She added: "I try not to get hung up on my body shape and size. I like to enjoy my life – I like to eat cake, I like to have a drink and I like to veg out sometimes.

"Other times I’m like, “Come on Ruth, you haven’t done anything today and your legs are too wobbly, you need to do some exercise.”

The Loose Women star also mentioned that rather focusing on shedding pounds, she just aims to stay active.

"I aim for 10,000 steps a day, but it’s a constant battle. It’s not about being skinny or losing weight for me, it’s about keeping moving."

Her husband Eamonn, 60, has defended sitting closely to his wife on This Morning, who revealed she is "very anxious" about the coronavirus pandemic.

The married couple live together therefore don't have to stay two metres apart – unlike their colleagues Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield.

Kicking off today's show, Eamonn said: "In regards to social distancing, don't bother phoning in and asking 'why are these two sitting close together?'.

"We are together, we live together. A lot of people think how could she have pulled him? But we even share a bed when I don't fall asleep downstairs in the sofa."

As a result of the measures put in place due to reduce the spread of the coronavirus, Ruth came up with a creative way to wish her mum a happy mother's day.

Ruth went up to her mum's front window and gave her a kiss through the window pane.

The cute exchange was necessary because the elderly have been advised to self-isolate for 12 weeks.

Ruth, 60, shared the adorable moment with her almost 800,000 Instagram followers.

The clearly emotional Ruth says "Gis' a kiss… happy Mother's Day," the observing, "It is odd, isn't it?"
She then tells her mum who has a smile on her face: "We miss you."

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