This Morning’s Eamonn Holmes talks dream role as he eyes up Line of Duty stint
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Eamonn Holmes has declared that he would love to snap up a part in the next series of Line of Duty.
The Irish host is a huge fan of the BBC police drama starring Adrian Dunbar as Supt Ted Hastings and would be thrilled to get involved with the action.
Talking to the Daily Star, he joked: “I’d love a bit part – like a terrorist or a police officer with a Belfast accent."
As the next series of the programme has neither been confirmed nor denied yet, Eamonn can only hope he will be snapped up for the role.
The news comes after Eamon's wife and Loose Women panellist Ruth Langsford took a swipe at Meghan Markle's estranged father Thomas during a scathing rant on air.
The 61-year-old host labelled him as "cruel" for "emotionally blackmailing" his royal daughter.
The ITV host said that he was doing so by continuing to give interviews where he chooses to blast to her.
After Thomas' recent Good Morning Britain interview, Ruth said she felt sorry for him but thinks it's "awkward" how he tries to gain Meghan's attention despite several failed attempts.
On Tuesday's episode of the lunchtime show, Ruth said: “If I’m absolutely honest, my initial thought was not again.
“Please, just stop now. I almost feel awkward watching him now. I think surely this is something you should be sorting out with your daughter privately.
"Whether she is responding to you or not, you’re making the whole thing very public and if the whole problem is that she doesn’t like you talking so publicly about whatever it is that is wrong with your relationship, then surely that is not the way to get that relationship back on track,” Ruth insisted.
She continued: “He could say all sorts of things about her, but none of us actually know what the problems are.”
During his explosive chat on GMB, Thomas claimed Meghan had "pretty much disowned both sides of her family" and urged her to "grow up".
Thomas went on to say that she is "childish" and emphasised how she "changed" upon meeting Prince Harry.
He fumed that it was "ridiculous" that he had been estranged from his famous daughter for almost four years.
During his GMB segment, Thomas also went on to say that doing interviews about Meghan is his only way of communicating with her these days.
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- Good Morning Britain
- Loose Women
- This Morning
- Eamonn Holmes
- Meghan Markle
- Prince Harry
- Ruth Langsford
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