PJS, YMA Celebrity Threesome Injunction Subject Of Eamonn Holmes And Ruth Langsford Joke

They have insisted they are not the mystery couple.
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The couple involved in the celebrity threesome injunction may still remain a mystery, but two more stars have confirmed it is definitely not them.

Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes have insisted they are not PJS and YMA, as they joked about the gagging order on 'This Morning'.

The court ruling prevents the identity of a married celebrity parent - who allegedly had a threesome with another couple - and that of their partner, in order to protect their children's right to privacy.

<strong>Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes have insisted they are not the celebrity threesome injunction couple</strong>
Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes have insisted they are not the celebrity threesome injunction couple
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As Ruth and Eamonn discussed a new dating app with guest Rylan Clark-Neal on Friday's show (22 April), the 'Big Brother's Bit On The Side' host joked they were in an open relationship, much like the injunction couple.

Asking his wife about new app, Raya, Eamonn said: “Would you not like to go on just from a curiosity point of view?”

“I’ll have you know my Twitter feed is full of a lot of hot stuff,” Ruth insisted.

When Rylan told them to sign up and tell people they were in an open relationship, Eamonn was quick to reference the on-going media storm.

“We’re not that couple! We’re not the injunction!” he shouted.

It is not the first time the gagging order has been discussed on 'This Morning'.

Holly Willoughby had a heated exchange with a journalist earlier this month, as she defended the couple's right to protect his children’s privacy.

Earlier this week, the Supreme Court postponed making a decision on whether the famous couple at the centre of the legal row could be named.

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