Ruth Langsford

Friday's edition of This Morning saw Phillip discussing the announcement that he is gay with his co-presenter.
The Good Morning Britain presenter was a guest on Tuesday's Loose Women when he made the quip.
Rumours have been rife about behind-the-scenes tension on the daytime show, which ITV has repeatedly denied.
The Britain's Got Talent judge has previously made no secret of her beef with the This Morning host.
Rylan Clark-Neal revealed the This Morning presenters' efforts on Instagram.
The defiant daytime presenter also reiterated he has not fallen out with Holly Willoughby.
She spoke about reports about Phillip's supposed "attitude" behind the scenes of This Morning after falling out with him last year.
An ITV representative has claimed reports of behind-the-scenes tensions at This Morning are "malicious gossip".
We officially enter silly season as a woman marries her dog on This Morning, Jessie J does not want to talk about Channing Tatum in interviews, Eamon Holmes calls Ruth Langsford a racehorse and how much money do Love Island contestants make when they leave the villa?
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.