Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes live in a beautiful mansion in Surrey along with their teenage son Jack, and a new video shared by Ruth showed how they had transformed an area of the dining room for Easter.
The This Morning host took to Instagram with a clip showing their sideboard after decorating and wrote: "Easter sideboard done. LOVE Easter decorations! #easter #decorations #creative."
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The pastel-themed design features hand painted egg trees, bunny rabbit and bumblebee ornaments and a centrepiece featuring a nest, a lamb, another rabbit and several eggs. Ruth has also positioned gingham bunting on her mirrors reading: "Happy Easter."
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Naturally, Ruth's fans were impressed by the overhaul, with several commenting on her post.
Fellow Loose Women host Saira Khan wrote: "Love it x," while another follower added: "Wow!! Love it, is all beautiful and the white tree is gorgeous."
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They were also keen to find out where Ruth bought each decoration from. One said: "The white tree is gorgeous, if you don't mind me asking, where did you get it from?" and another added: "So lovely, where do you find these gorgeous decorations?"
Easter tree, £27.99, Amazon
If you've also been inspired, Amazon's Easter tree comes complete with 24 Easter egg ornaments and light-up LED branches.
Bunny ornaments, £13.99, Amazon
These flocked moss grass bunny ornaments, meanwhile, are a deadringer for the exact ones Ruth and Eamonn have on their sideboard, for just £13.99.
Easter basket, £10.99, Amazon
As for the focal point of Ruth's design, this raffia basket complete with Easter grass makes the perfect base for more ornaments and eggs like Ruth's.
Easter bunting, £11.99, Amazon
Finish your creation off with a swallow tail banner like this one that can be hung on walls, windows, doors, tree branches, or follow Ruth's lead and attach either end to a mirror.
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