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Eamonn Holmes proves romance isn't dead as he surprises Ruth on Loose Women

Published 30/11/2015

Romance is certainly not dead for our Eamonn Holmes as he surprised his wife Ruth during a debate on romantic gestures on Loose Women.

Ruth Langsford was in the middle of a discussion with the Loose Women panel on romance when she got the shock of her life as her Belfast-born husband appeared in the studio armed with a huge bunch of flowers.

Before his big arrival, during the discussion Colleen Nolan asked Ruth: "I bet Eamonn is romantic."

To which Ruth agreed that he was "very romantic".

She said: "Eamonn is very romantic actually, he really is. But I find the whole petals on the bed and all the stuff you see in the movies a bit over the top, so he's not that kind of romantic. But he's very poetic, so he says lovely things."

To which Colleen replies: "Well I think he is that romantic, Ruth and I have proof of it."

The crowd then began to scream as Eamonn walked in with the flowers and gives his wife a passionate kiss.

To which the crowd then began chanting his name

The Sky News anchor then jokes that his wife was more concerned about her lipgloss being ruined than the romance.

But just then Colleen jokes that he could "smudge mine right round my face" before Eamonn gives her a comical kiss.

The romantic gesture was well received on social media with many praising the pair calling them "couple goals" branding it "sweet" and a "beautiful moment".

Ruth later took to Twitter saying: "What a load lovely surprise I got on Loose Women today! Told you Mr Eamonn Holmes is an old romantic!"

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