Eamonn Holmes shared a gorgeous photo with his fans on social media at the weekend – and he explained why he and his wife, Ruth Langsford, weren't spending time together.
The couple, who have been married for 11 years, spent most of lockdown at their luxurious Surrey home and often like to relax and enjoy a delicious Sunday roast.
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This weekend, however, Eamonn was shaking things up, and as he revealed in a new Instagram post, he had taken a trip with his friends.
The presenter uploaded a photo of a large, lush green garden and the corner of a white house.
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The sun shone brightly through the trees and it looked like a beautiful day.
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Revealing where he was, Eamonn wrote: "Watching the Sun go down with friends in Scotland. So peaceful."
Eamonn shared a lovely photo from his visit to Instagram
His fans loved the idyllic glimpse of his life, with one writing: "Best place in the world!!"
A second wrote: "It’s been a lovely day here in Scotland" and a third confirmed: We had some fabulous sunshine this afternoon! #bonniescotland."
No doubt it's a welcome break for the star, who has been sharing his battle with chronic pain with his followers over the last few months.
While the 61-year-old is on the road to recovery after being diagnosed with a dislocated pelvis and three slipped discs in March, on Friday he revealed that he is still using a crutch to walk at the moment.
Eamonn and Ruth have been married since 2010
Sharing a video to Instagram of one of his rehab sessions with his physiotherapist, James Davis, Eamonn said: "OK I'm still crutch dependent and the idea is to get rid of this and the man that's going to get rid of this for me is this man James Davis!"
He continued: "This all looks very simple and it is very simple except it's like learning to walk again. I've lost nerves in my right leg and there's certain actions I can't do so even the most simple thing is hard but it's getting better."
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