Ruth Langsford looked gorgeous in her latest fashion video!
The star took to Instagram to share a video about her QVC clothing range once again, rocking a pair of figure-flattering skinny trousers, leather boots and a chic animal print jumper.
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She also revealed the happy news - though perhaps disappointing for some fans - that her latest launch, her cricket jumper, had completely sold out on the shopping channel.
WATCH: Ruth looked gorgeous in her skinny trousers
She wrote: "I'm back on QCV from 3pm - 5pm. The TSV cricket jumper has unfortunately completely sold out!! I'm so glad you all loved it. I do have this NEW animal print jumper to show you though and all the leather jackets are back in stock! Stick on the kettle and join myself and @katypullinger over on @qvcuk."
Cotton trousers, £49.96, QVC
In the video, Ruth stood proudly next to her rail of clothing, and added how happy she was that fans had loved her cricket jumper. "The TSV cricket jumper has unfortunately completely sold out... well I say unfortunately, it's lovely that you all loved it!" she said.
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Plenty of fans reacted in the comments section of her post, with one writing: "Congratulations on the sellout... such a great jumper," and another adding: "WELL DONE!! I have been watching each show and you look so gorgeous in every colour! Good choices."
Ruth's cricket jumper completely sold out
The presenter is hugely passionate about her QVC range, and often shares backstage clips and exciting updates about the collection with her fans.
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And talking exclusively to HELLO! in 2020, she revealed why the project was so important to her. Speaking of her customer base, she touched on how important it was to get feedback from her shoppers - particularly from her own demographic.
The star is ultra-passionate about her QVC range and her customers
"Because it takes time for people to sit and write feedback, whether it's good or bad - I do read them, and I correct things if I can," she said.
Ruth added: "Especially women of a certain age. Women of a certain age start saying that they feel invisible, and that no one is really doing things for us. I think they feel that you're investing in them and that you're thinking about them."
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