Eamonn Holmes has referred to the past twelve months as being a "rubbish year" in a new video posted on Instagram.
The This Morning star took to social media to ask his fans for Christmas advice, telling them it was time to "get Christmas cracking".
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Sitting in a red armchair, the famous dad could be heard saying to the camera: "Well, is it beginning to feel a lot like Christmas yet? It's very important for us all that it should, because this rubbish year, we're all in the mood, let's get going, let's get Christmas cracking."
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He then asked his social media followers to reply to his video with their own Christmas anecdotes.
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Eamonn was speaking on Instagram
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The veteran presenter continued: "What I'd like you to do is send me some tips some suggestions, you know, are you an artificial person or a real person when it comes to your Christmas tree for instance?
"Do you like coloured lights or plain lights? What's your advice for getting through Christmas day with the family? I'd love to hear from you. Let's share questions, let's share that advice, let's share those opinions."
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While Eamonn was no doubt referring to the coronavirus pandemic that's plagued Britain since March, his "rubbish year" comment could also be a reference to the fact that he and his wife Ruth Langsford were reportedly dropped from their This Morning roles this month.
Two weeks ago, The Mirror reported that ITV had decided it was "time for a change" regarding the panel of presenting on the show. The report went on to state that while viewers favour Eamonn and Ruth, "tough decisions" have to be made.
Neither have commented on the reports yet.
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