Viewers were perplexed when Eamonn Holmes abruptly ended his programme due to a complaint from his wife Ruth Langsford.
After Ruth objected, the TV host, who was previously chastised for his comments on the Lionesses, had his chair changed mid-show.
On Wednesday, August 30, his GB News Breakfast Show was halted, leaving co-host Isabel Webster in stitches.
Following the weather section, Eamonn was spotted standing rather than sitting behind his desk.
‘The reason I’m standing here is because we got a viewer complaint,’ stated the 63-year-old.
Isabel laughed next to him as a crew worker, Maria, walked up and adjusted his seat live on TV.
Eamonn continued: ‘Right, Maria, you lower my chair without me falling off and killing myself. But the reason we’re doing this is because a viewer complained.’
As Isabel inquired about the identity of this mysterious complainer, Maria and Eamonn awkwardly attempted to rearrange the desk chair so that it was at a safer height.
The presenter laughed and answered: ‘Her name’s Ms Ruth Langsford. And she’s phoned in to say she doesn’t like the position of my seat.
‘If I fall off…. is it alright? I don’t know. Push me in, Maria. See people think these things happen easily. Is that okay, Ms Langsford? Is that okay?’
Eamonn and Ruth, the hosts, have been married since 2010 and have frequently collaborated throughout the years.
Isabel joked that as his ‘work wife,’ she had also informed him the chair was too high, but he had ignored her.
The 40-year-old continued to giggle about the scenario, saying she was delighted he ‘listens to Ruthie’.
Alison Hammond recently stated that Eamonn delivered an emotional speech during her mother’s burial.
Maria, the star’s mother, died in January 2020 after a struggle with liver and lung cancer, and her funeral was held a month later.
‘Even Eamonn Holmes came to that, actually,’ Alison said. ‘He did a speech, because my mum was obsessed with Eamonn Holmes and I asked him if he’d come.
Source My Celebrity Life.