This Morning's Ruth Langsford says Eamonn Holmes embraces her 'wobbly bits' and helps her feel sexy at 60
RUTH Langsford has revealed her husband Eamonn Holmes makes her "feel sexy" and helps to boost her confidence.
Ruth, 60, still struggles to embrace her "wobbly bits" and suffers with body insecurities just like most people.
Speaking openly, the Loose Women presenter said: "I don't have Botox or fillers so I see pictures of myself and go, 'Is that me? Whose neck is that?'
"Most of the time it doesn't bother me and a lot of my friends, who aren't in TV, well we all look like this.
"Eamonn makes me feel sexy. He tells me, 'You look fantastic, I think you're really sexy, I fancy you', and that's great. He definitely boosts my confidence."
She continued: "If I'm honest, do I like my wobbly bits? No I don't but I accept them. Of course I don't look in the mirror and say, 'I love you cellulite'.
"I do have a certain degree of confidence in myself but it's not that high. I still think, 'I'm two sizes bigger than I was in my forties'.
"I've got my wobbly bits I don't like," the This Morning star added.
Ruth has been with Eamonn since 1997 and the pair have been married for the past decade after tying the knot in 2010.
They share 18-year-old son, Jack, and Ruth previously admitted that she would never have married Eamonn, 61, if he didn't want more children.
When they first met, Eamonn already had three children from his first marriage to Gabrielle Holmes.
Ruth used their second date to find out if he wanted more kids, and explained: "I did talk about children really quickly. It was our second date.
"I didn't just sit him down and say, 'Hi, it's lovely to see you, I'll have a wine please now – children'. But I kind of engineered the conversation."
She also admitted that she would have walked away if Eamonn had said he didn't want any more kids.
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