Ruth Langsford drops major marriage bombshell in This Morning revelation

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On today’s , Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford took over from Phillip Schofield and .

With it being the start of half term, Eamonn and Ruth have stepped in to give Phil and Holly a break.

But the couple gave a major insight into their personal life, claiming they’re “never together”.

Ruth and Eamonn welcomed Annabel Scholey and Fiona Button from The Split onto the sofa at one point.

Fiona admitted that people are beginning to recognise her in the streets – but they’re not sure where from.

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“We’re never together. We’re not really married”

Ruth Langsford

She said: “Most of the time people know me, they’re like, ‘Are you friends with…?’ Then it’s embarrassing to be like, ‘I’m on TV.’ Eventually they figure it out.”

Eamonn commented that Fiona’s experience wasn’t too bad, saying: “People recognise my wife and think she’s Mary Nightingale or Kate Garraway.”

Fiona mentioned it must be easier for people when they see Ruth and Eamonn together.

But Ruth quickly said: “We’re never together. We’re not really married.”

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Of course, she was only joking, though the married hosts regularly butt heads in front of cameras.

Elsewhere on today’s episode, they met sperm donor Mitch Kennedy, who has helped more than 20 families conceive.

They then met Will Mayrick, the victim of homophobic abuse, who was forced to apologise for being gay when thugs got him in a headlock on a London Tube.

He explained: “They told me to apologise for being gay. They carried on with homophobic slurs. One had a filet on and was reaching into it, making gestures of a knife and making threats.”

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The two lads were fined £150 and ordered to pay £20 in costs, as well as being handed a 12-month referral order.

Will thought the sentence was soft, saying: “Within the court, they’d used the excuse that they’d been drinking.”

This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.

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