Ruth Langsford

The couple have been off screen for the past three months.
The couple will be replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary in the new year.
Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary are taking over from the husband and wife presenting duo on Fridays.
The pair will host the ITV daytime show each Friday, with Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford continuing to present in the school holidays.
The This Morning star has insisted she wasn't referring to anyone in particular with her recent remarks.
Over the weekend it was reported Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes could be about to lose their usual Friday morning slot.
The This Morning presenter shared her experiences of sexual harassment at work in a recent interview.
Try saying that after a few wines, dallyn!
Fortunately, viewers seemed to see the funny side of the gaffe.
Simon Calder was also challenged by presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes.
Rochelle Humes, Ore Oduba and Dermot O'Leary will also be on hosting duties as Holly and Phillip take some time off.
The This Morning presenter said husband Eamonn Holmes helped her realise she still had lots to celebrate.
The This Morning presenter was unhappy that a story about his father's death was left out of the show and a light-hearted anecdote used in its place.
Eamonn Holmes' coronavirus theory is just one of many moments that have caused a stir over the years.
Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden also shared footage of herself clapping for carers.
Eamonn had faced criticism over his remarks, but Phillip insisted he "lightened a very emotional moment".
About Ruth Langsford
Ruth Langsford is one of the faces of the ITV daytime presenting team, hosting two of the channel's most popular shows, 'This Morning' and 'Loose Women'. After working as a regional newscaster, Ruth's big break in TV came when she became one of the original loose ladies when the lunchtime chat show launched in 1999. She quit the show in 2002, having been made a guest-presenter on 'This Morning' in 2000. Having started a relationship with 'GM:TV' host Eamonn Holmes, the pair took over presenting the show every Friday in 2006, when Fern Britton and Phillip Schofield cut back on their workloads. They have continued to front the Friday programmes and school holiday shows ever since, also marrying in 2010. In the same year, Ruth also staged a return to 'Loose Women', standing in as an anchor when the other women were unavailable. She later made a permanent return as the show's main anchor in 2014 as part of a major revamp, hosting alongside the likes of Coleen Nolan, Jamelia, Jane Moore, Janet Street-Porter, Sherrie Hewson and Katie Price.