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'He won't be cracking on any time soon' - Ruth responds to Love Island star's crush on Eamonn Holmes

Ruth Langsford has posted a tongue-in-cheek response to the news one Love Island star fancies her husband, Eamonn Holmes.

During Wednesday's episode of the hit reality series on ITV2, Laura Anderson admitted to her fellow islanders she had a bit of a weird crush.

"I really fancy Eamonn Holmes," she told them. "I just love him and Ruth, and I think they're so cute together."

The Belfast presenter was understandably delighted with the news, writing on Twitter after the show: "I have to thank that lovely Laura girl from #loveisland for the nice things she said about me. Let's just not share them with @RuthieeL.

"I don't want to get my mugged offs and Cracking on's mixed up ... but plenty to discuss on Tomorrow's @thismorning."

Eamonn and Ruth are currently filling in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning during the summer weeks.

Ruth also had a response to the news her husband is hot property - she took to Twitter and told her followers: "The girl has taste! Thank you Laura but @eamonnholmes won’t be cracking on any time soon!!"

Love Island draws to its conclusion later this month.

Yesterday it was reveals two contestants has walked out of the villa in a surprise move as it means the pair will miss out on the chance of winning the show’s £50,000 cash prize.

According to the Sun Online, a source said: “No one expected these two to leave and it is a massive shock.

“Their fellow islanders were stunned when they spoke about their reasons for quitting.

“It’s going to have a big effect on the show, it’s a huge bombshell, and they are going to be massively missed by their co-stars.”

Some viewers thought Georgia Steel and Sam Bird – who earlier this week decided to split as a couple in order to stay in the villa – have finally walked, while others feared favourites Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham have thrown in the towel.

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