This Morning presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes live in a £3.25million six-bedroom mansion in Surrey with their teenage son Jack, and while the couple often share a look inside their home on social media, their bedroom has remained as private as possible.
MORE: Ruth Langsford unveils gorgeous living room at Surrey home
WATCH: Ruth Langsford gives a tour of her incredible garden at Surrey home
The couple did, however, offer a glimpse inside the space when they starred in Channel 5 documentary, How To Get A Good Night's Sleep in 2018.
RELATED: Inside Ruth and Eamonn's stunning Surrey mansion
Ruth and Eamonn revealed their bedroom in 2018
They filmed from the room, showing that they have a large king size bed with a cream headboard, and a taupe throw with two matching velvet cushions. There are white bedside tables on either side with minimalist white and silver lamps, and floor-to-ceiling wardrobes taking up one wall. At the window, Ruth and Eamonn have floor-length cream curtains, and a colour coordinating chaise longue sofa positioned on top of a rug.
SEE: Eamonn Holmes unveils unseen feature inside beautiful garden
Besides their master bedroom, Ruth and Eamonn have five further bedrooms, one of which belongs to their teenage son Jack.
Downstairs, they have two living rooms – both of which they have revealed within a series of Instagram posts, a large kitchen with an island unit in the middle, a separate dining room, and even a Manchester United-themed man cave for Eamonn, which has doubled up as his home office during the coronavirus pandemic.
Ruth Langsford revealed a look at their main living room on Instagram
The main living room features a large skylight in the ceiling, and a flatscreen TV mounted on the wall above a modern glass fireplace, while their second living room (where the couple filmed Celebrity Gogglebox), has a traditional log fireplace.
Ruth and Eamonn have two grey sofas in their garden
Their garden is just as impressive. When the UK experienced a heat wave in June, both Ruth and Eamonn showed off their outdoor seating area, featuring a pair of matching grey button-back sofas, a patterned rug and a coffee table in the centre. The sofas are positioned beneath a parasol, for Ruth and Eamonn to find shade.
Like this story? Sign up to our newsletter to get other stories like this delivered straight to your inbox.