LOOSE Women star Ruth Langsford has revealed how she doesn't hide her 'jealousy' when it comes to 'women magnet' Eamonn Holmes.
The TV presenter, 62, is married to veteran journalist and broadcaster Eamonn, 63.
And during a discussion on the ITV panel programme Ruth revealed how she deals with her jealously.
"I wouldn't be able to hide my jealously," she admitted.
Ruth's co-star and Birds of a Feather actress Linda Robson then described Eamonn as "a woman magnet".
Langsford agree as she said: "He is, he's fun and he likes women's company, he prefers it."
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But when it comes to hiding her jealously, the mum-of-one shared exactly what she does.
She said: "What I do, if it's mates – and he's got a lot of female friends and that's not a problem to me, but if I was somewhere and I thought 'she's coming onto my husband a bit, she's been talking to him a bit long' I come over and go 'hi I don't think we've met I'm Eamonn's wife'."
Her revelation had the Loose Women audience and panellists in stitches of laughter.
"Jealously is a funny thing isn't it, a little bit of jealously can make someone feel a bit special," she added.
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The loved-up pair, who often share quips with each other on and off air, have been married for 12 years.
They met for the first time when Eamonn was working at GMTV in 1997, and five years on they welcomed the only child they share together – Jack.
They got married in 2010 and were famous for co-hosting This Morning together.
However Eamonn stunned fans with his announcement he was moving to GB News last year, while Ruth is continuing to focus on Loose Women.
Former Sky News anchor Eamonn recently returned to television after an ongoing battle with chronic pain.
Loose Women airs weekdays from 12:30pm on ITV1.
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