Eamonn Holmes apologises as he cancels events after catching Covid-19

This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes has issued an apology after getting Covid-19 and being pressured to cancel some upcoming events

Eamonn Holmes apologises as he cancels events after catching Covid-19

Eamonn Holmes has been pressured to tug out of a string of personal {and professional} events after catching Covid-19.

He is presently in isolation after testing optimistic for the virus, however says that he’s grateful that he’s had each of his vaccinations.

The This Morning presenter issued an apology, tweeting: “Covid finally caught me .Thankfully I’m Double jabbed. More than Half way through my isolation and coping with the symptoms and effects well. Unfortunately I’m going to be a No Show for some Professional & Personal events. Just want to let everyone know why & offer my apologies”.

Hopefully Eamonn has spouse Ruth Langsford there to look after him, after lately admitting he’s “useless” round the home.

Eamonn, 61, admitted that his accomplice of 25 years does all of the cooking and has gone up to now as to ban him from the kitchen.

He informed the Daily Star: “She is so territorial, she just bans me from the kitchen.

“It was I might are available and say, ‘Can I assist?’ ‘No you can not – go away.’

“And I sort of thought that suits me. I will sit there and be waited and served on. It’s an exclusion zone. It is her domain.”

Eamonn’s sickness comes not lengthy after he revealed that he and Ruth should spend this Christmas aside.

Last year, many households have been torn aside throughout the festive season resulting from coronavirus lockdown restrictions, and issues are not any higher for Eamonn and Ruth this year.

Eamonn will hopefully have Ruth to cook dinner for him whereas he’s ailing as he’s “useless”



He mentioned: “We have this issue now, in that we’ve got a sea dividing us. We often have a dilemma of whether I go to Belfast, whether Ruth comes with me.

“But Ruth needs to be along with her mum. My mom is 93 this year. It’s simpler for us typically to be aside.”

Ruth, also 61, told Woman and Home magazine: “Being aside for Christmas has by no means been an issue. I wouldn’t be going to Belfast this year, as a result of I should be with my mum. It’s about household for me.”

Ruth’s mum Joan lives in a care home in Surrey, with the star speaking openly during lockdown about how difficult it was for her to be unable to visit.

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