This Morning fans in meltdown over Eamonn Holmes’ ‘handsome’ transformation

Eamonn Holmes looked very different on Wednesday's This Morning, working a pair of trendy framed specs in the studio.

The 61-year-old revealed he woke up with a stye in his eye, the skin around his peeper painfully swelling up overnight.

In order to overcome the ailment, Dr Hilary Jones paid him a visit in the studio, and Eamonn donned some specs to mask the swelling.

However, his wife Ruth Langsford – and viewers – couldn't get enough of the stylish accessory, letting the Northern Irish TV star know he looked "handsome".

Ruth exclaimed: "I love you in your glasses, you look very handsome."

Taking to Twitter, viewers were left swooning over Eamonn's specs, as they wished the ITV star a speedy recovery.

One said: "I agree with @RuthieeL! You look more handsome than ever in glasses @EamonnHolmes @thismorning xx

"@EamonnHolmes morning eamonn. Looking good in the glasses mate. Xxhope the eye heals quickly," wrote a second.

And a third chimed: "@EamonnHolmes looking very handsome in your glasses this morning . Hope your eye gets better soon, bless your heart x."

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