This Morning host Ruth Langsford shared her new garden purchases with fans this weekend. The star took to Instagram with a video of seven different types of flowers she had picked up from the garden centre, and her followers are, like us, envious of what they saw.
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Ruth wrote, "Just back from the garden centre… Only went for the red geraniums! Too much temptation! Well done @squires_gc #Sunday #shopping #garden #gardencentre."
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One fan commented, "Your garden will be so colourful and look lovely," while another wrote, "I'm sure it'll all look fab when planted," and a further added, "Can you please do a video of your garden after, would love to see it."
Meanwhile, Ruth's fellow Loose Women host Andrea McLean was clearly impressed as she wrote, "Ooooh," with a series of heart emojis, and Great British Bake Off star Rahul Mandul added, "Lovely flowers!!"
This isn't the first time that Ruth or Eamonn have given a look inside the garden at their home in Surrey. During the recent heatwave, the couple photographed one another enjoying the weather on their beautiful furniture. They have two grey button-back Chesterfield sofas with lime green cushions, and a white coffee table with a glass top in the middle. The tall stand behind the sofa suggests that the area sits beneath a parasol or shelter of some kind.
A video of Eamonn showed a pergola in the garden in the background
Eamonn also gave a glimpse of a pergola in the background of a video he posted on Father's Day. He sat by the glass doors leading out onto the outdoor space, where there is a terraced area and two brown rattan sun loungers.
Ruth and Eamonn's lawn was compared to a football pitch
Ruth and Eamonn's lawn is also impressive in its own right. Eamonn shared a photo after he had finished mowing, and it was the sheer size that impressed fans the most as they compared it to a football pitch. Eamonn, meanwhile, wrote, "Call me weird if you want, but I'm very proud of my lawn. Loving the stripes."
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