Ruth Langsford owns a very impressive blouse collection, ranging from the silk cami she layered underneath her grey check blazer from Marks & Spencer to the snakeskin print blouse she rocked back in 2019. If you thought she had every colour you could ever dream of then you'll be shocked to know her new jersey shirt collection is launching on QVC in six gorgeous designs - and we want them all! Plus, the good news is you don't have to wait to get your hands on them, as she has announced the range is on pre-sale now.
Jersey blouse, was £49 now £36.98 in the presale, QVC
Available in a variety of colours and patterns, including plain navy, a jazzy red print and classic monochrome, the longline shirt follows a classic and timeless style with buttons down the front and a collar neckline. While the normal retail price is £49, it has dropped to just £36.98 in the pre-sale and is available in sizes XS to 3XL. Happy shopping!
They have already proved to be a big hit with her fans, who have rushed to share their support for the new designs. "Love this range Ruth," one wrote and another revealed they had already got their hands on one: "Ordered white print looks lovely." A third stated: "Just cannot decide which one!" We couldn't agree more with the dilemma - perhaps all six is the answer.
Taking to her Instagram Stories to promote the new designs, Eamon Holmes' wife rocked the bright pink style with black jeans and grey and black snakeskin boots. She accessorised with a chic black bag and styled her blonde hair in her classic straight blowdry.
WATCH: Ruth talk about her eventful birthing story
While Ruth appeared in good spirits in the boomerang video, she recently recounted her stressful experience of giving birth to her son Jack in 2002 during a Valentine's Day special on Loose Women. Joining Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash to discuss relationship-related issues, she revealed herself and Eammon had different opinions on the best way to get to the hospital when she was in labour, despite several practice runs. "Come the day I'm in labour in the car and he got to the roundabout and he stopped, and I could see his eyes darting. I said 'you don't know the way do you?' And we took a route that went round all these back roads and went the 'shortcut.'"
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