Eamonn Holmes spoils Ruth Langsford with lavish gifts for her 10th birthday


Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford celebrated their wedding anniversary on Friday.And to his wife’s surprise, Eamonn covered her with sumptuous surprises.

Later, Ruth fed her Instagram account with all of her husband’s wonderful gifts.

The presenter of Northern Irish This Morning, 60, managed to do everything he could for Ruth as he offered her a beautiful two-tier cake with iced “Happy 10th Wedding Anniversary” at the bottom.

The impressive sweet treat had a cartoon portrait of the married couple glued to the side, decorated with white rose petals.

Ruth’s cake was given to her by her husband

On the upper level was an edible statue of Eamonn and Ruth dancing and wearing their wedding attire.

The figure of Eamonn was hilariously wearing a Manchester United badge on his suit jacket and Ruth joked that he was not actually wearing it on their special day.

Eamonn can be seen carrying his wife on the frosting figure

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Impressed by the touching gesture, Ruth sprang up: “Thank you @eamonnholmes for making our 10th wedding anniversary so special and for organizing this incredible cake of genius that made our wedding cake @ Simplycakes01 It’s Jonathan fantastic!

“Even if Eamonn didn’t wear an @manchesterunited badge the same day !! “

She was surprised with heart of gold balloons

The round balloons were decorated with golden dots

The TV star, who presents This Morning from ITV with her husband, has also received huge balloons to mark a decade since they said “yes.”

Ruth posted a video of the white and gold spotted balloons on her Instagram while congratulating her husband on being a “wonderful romantic.”

There were also several heart-shaped balloons attached to the bouquet that floated in the couple’s family room.

The cartoon portrait shows Ruth making fun of her husband

Eamonn and Ruth married in 2010 at Elvetham Hall, Hampshire, in front of their family and friends.

They were married in 2010

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