Happy Birthday to Loose Women! The long-running ITV show celebrated its 21st anniversary at the weekend, and Ruth Langsford marked the special occasion on Instagram.
Taking to her Stories, the star shared a collage that featured many of the programme's best-known panellists, including herself, which she re-posted from the Loose Women Instagram account.
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A caption read: "Happy 21st Birthday Loose Women."
The 60-year-old appeared on the show in its first series back in 1999, and has made many appearances since, with her then-baby son Jack even making his on-screen debut on the show in 2002.
Ruth now balances her work on the programme with presenting This Morning with her husband, Eamonn Holmes, on Fridays and during school holidays.
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The couple have had several reasons to celebrate this year, even despite the pandemic. A few weeks before lockdown, their son turned 18 and the family enjoyed a spectacular party at their home in Surrey.
Over the summer, Eamonn and Ruth celebrated ten years of marriage, having tied the knot on 26 June 2010 after a long romance.
Ruth has starred on the long-running show since 1999
The former GMTV host surprised his wife with a gorgeous cake and balloons, which Ruth shared photos of on Instagram, alongside the caption: "What a wonderful romantic you are @eamonnholmes #anniversary."
Recently, however, the former Strictly star admitted that everything isn't always rosy between her and her husband.
Speaking to Prima magazine, Ruth said: "There are times when he really annoys me and I really annoy him and there are times when I think, 'Get out of my face."
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"Obviously, you're not always going to get on, but you have to make it work. Underneath it all, we know we have a strong relationship."
Explaining that they've mostly been very happy over the last 23 years of their relationship, Ruth added: "Eamonn and I can have big rows and argue, then ten minutes later we're laughing about something."
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