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This Morning's Ruth Langsford shows off surprising new purchase after visiting the hair salon

The This Morning presenter showed off her purchases on Instagram

Andrea Caamano

Ruth Langsford has had a pretty exciting weekend, not only did she get her hair done at 7am on Saturday at her favourite hair salon, but on Sunday she went to a garden centre and bought some very exciting flowers.

Showing off her shopping haul on Instagram, the 60-year-old said: "Just back from the garden centre....only went for the red geraniums!! Too much temptation! Well done @squires_gc #sunday #shopping #garden #gardencentre."

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The video she posted showed seven different types of flowers, and fans were incredibly excited. "Your garden will be so colourful and look lovely," wrote one. Another one remarked: "So beautiful for an already well kept gorgeous garden."

Another observant fan commented: "Smell lovely as well with that French lavender."

Ruth was on her own this weekend, as husband Eamonn Holmes flew to Northern Ireland to reunite with his children. Posting a snap of a poster for Tayto crisps on Instagram, the doting dad wrote on Saturday: "The first sign that greets you at George Best Airport Belfast. Now that's a proper welcome."

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The mother-of-one also revealed she is missing her mum Joan

But despite being apart for a few days, Ruth had another person on her mind, her mum Joan.

Taking to Instagram on Sunday morning, the mother-of-one shared a lovely throwback clip showing her and her mum in her kitchen, drinking a glass of sherry.

"Throwback Sunday......Really miss having my Mum here cooking & drinking sherry...Sunday's aren't the same without her. She's safe and well though which is the most important thing. #missingmum #sunday," she wrote alongside it.

Her husband Eamonn may have been miles away but he tried to cheer her up, writing: "Don't worry, she'll still be drinking the Sherry I'm sure."