She went to great lengths to spend Mother’s Day with her beloved parent in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
And Ruth Langsford continued to communicate with her mother Joan through a window as she detailed her isolation routine in an Instagram clip shared on Saturday.
The presenter of This Morning, 60, revealed that she has maintained her regular routine since British Prime Minister Boris Johnson locked the nation out last month, his day of cooking and cleaning.
“It’s better than nothing”: Ruth Langsford continued to communicate with her mother Joan through a window as she detailed her isolation routine in an Instagram clip shared on Saturday
During a refreshing walk with his dog Maggie, the media personality told his 780,000 subscribers about his weekend.
The television veteran said, “In the evening I decided to keep my walk for the evenings. I have been busy around the house, cleaning and tidying up and cooking, just keeping myself busy.
Ruth also gave fans an update on the well-being of her elderly mother, as she is in the at-risk category of people most vulnerable to COVID-19 due to her age.
The host explained: “So I just went for a walk to see my mom. When I say see her, I mean wave her through the window, which is better than nothing. She is fine.
Kindness: The presenter of This Morning, 60, went to great lengths to spend Mother’s Day with her beloved parent in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic
Busy bee: host revealed she has kept her regular routine since Prime Minister Boris Johnson plunged the nation into lockdown last month
Update: On a refreshing walk with her dog Maggie, the media personality told her weekend to its 780,000 subscribers
“I’m just walking Maggie, nice evening, I hope you all stay safe. Goodbye!’
She captioned her post: ‘What a beautiful evening…. surreal given the devastation that Covid19 is causing. I hope you all stay safe. Take care of yourself’.
Ruth’s posting to social media comes after she credits her husband Eamonn Holmes for “making me feel sexy” at age 60.
The blonde praised her 23-year-old partner, also 60, for “boosting” her self-esteem, as she admitted that her self-confidence “was not that high.”
Broadcaster Ruth also shared the secrets of her young figure, which include lifting weights, maintaining a healthy diet and refusing plastic surgery.
Delicious: the blonde has concocted a storm by presenting her delicious shepherd’s pie
Strong couple: Ruth’s social media post comes after she credits husband Eamonn Holmes for “making me feel sexy” at 60 (pictured together last month)
On how her “strong” relationship has a positive impact on her self-perception, she shared: “I feel really sexy at 60, but a lot of it is due to my husband. He said to me, “You are fantastic, I think you are really sexy, I love you. It boosts my confidence. ‘
Ruth admitted that accepting her body is always progress, as she told Woman & Home: “I have a certain degree of confidence myself, but it is not that high. I always think, “I’m two sizes taller than I was in my 40s. “I have my wobbly pieces that I don’t like. ”
The ITV star opted for the all-natural path to maintaining his figure, revealing: “I don’t have Botox or fillers, so I see myself in the photo and I say to myself:” It’s is me? Whose neck is it? “”
She said that even though she exercises and includes vegetables in her diet, she still enjoys “enjoying life” by occasionally having cakes and an alcoholic drink.