This Morning presenter Ruth Langsford lives in leafy Surrey with her husband Eamonn Holmes, and much to her fans' delight she regularly shares glimpses into her life on Instagram. On Sunday, Ruth was keen to unveil her latest home purchase – an Instagram-worthy glass coffee mug.
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But this isn't just any old glass coffee mug. This one is double walled to make sure drinks stay hot (or cold) for longer. And the other bonus is that the clear mug makes it must easier to take a beautiful picture of your coffee creation, just like Ruth's.
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As the star enjoyed her picture-perfect morning drink, she shared a snap with her followers, writing: "Bought from @amazon. Recommended by @rochellehumes… not only looks good but the double insulation keeps my coffee hotter for longer!"
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Fellow presenter Rochelle Humes, who lives with her husband Marvin and their three children, hasn't kept her love for these glasses a secret. She has been promoting them on Instagram, which clearly spurred Ruth on to make the purchase. The Saturdays singer previously shared an affiliate link to her double-walled glasses, but this time they were the ones without the handle.
Rochelle Humes introduced Ruth to the trend
And as well as UK celebrities, our friends across the pond are embracing the trend too, with reality star Kourtney Kardashian seen to be sipping from her own glass mug by the fire in her luxury mansion. Although Kourtney's was from Williams Sonoma, we have seen plenty of more affordable options around.
Kourtney Kardashian is also a big fan
If this clear coffee cup trend is good enough for the A-list, it's good enough for us!
You can get your hands on a set of the revolutionary mugs on Amazon:
Glass coffee mugs, £24.99 for two, Amazon
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