Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes live in a beautiful mansion in Surrey, and apparently Ruth has spent a lot of time and effort improving it since the new year, by clearing out the loft.
The Loose Women star took to Instagram with two videos, showing all the waste she had gathered from the attic and placed in a skip on their driveway.
She captioned the first clip: "Day off… grey, rainy and miserable but… I have a skip and I'm clearing out the loft… HAPPY PLACE!"
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In response to many of her followers questioning her recycling efforts after cardboard was seen together with plastics and other materials in the skip, Ruth shared a second video and wrote: "WHOA accusers! All cardboard is being kept to one side until my recycling collection next week. I'm an avid recycler… That's why I'm known as the Recycling Officer in our house!"
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It's not clear exactly what Ruth and Eamonn have been discarding, but several bin bags full of rubbish made up almost an entire skip, so the loft space will surely look very different once Ruth has finished.
Eamonn Holmes' man cave
The couple share their home with their teenage son Jack. According to reports, the property features a total of six bedrooms, two living rooms, and Eamonn even has his very own Manchester United themed man cave filled with memorabilia from the football club. He has shared several photos from the space since it has doubled up as an office during the pandemic.
Ruth and Eamonn's garden
Outside, Ruth and Eamonn have a gorgeous seating area, featuring a pair of matching grey button-back Chesterfield style sofas, a blue patterned rug and a white glass-topped coffee table.
Both Ruth and Eamonn posed in the spot during summer of 2020, and fans were naturally very envious of what they saw.
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