Ruth Langsford is still wearing her wedding ring as she brushes off Eamonn Holmes divorce for cheerful appearance on QVC after it was revealed work commitments 'took their marriage in different directions'

Ruth Langsford was seen still wearing her wedding ring as she appeared on QVC on Thursday, amid her shock split from husband Eamonn Holmes.

The Loose Women presenter, 64, and Eamonn, also 64, recently revealed they are headed for divorce after work commitments 'took their marriage in different directions'.

But appearing live on QVC shopping to promote her clothing range on Thursday, Ruth was seen still sporting her wedding ring.

Ruth looked radiant on the show, as she donned a pink cricket-style sweater and white trousers, along with a pair of sandals.

It was just hours after an old clip of Eamonn in January resurfaced where he said he could one day move back to Northern Ireland and marry a 'local girl'.

Ruth Langsford was seen still wearing her wedding ring as she appeared on QVC on Thursday, amid her shock split from husband Eamonn Holmes

Ruth Langsford was seen still wearing her wedding ring as she appeared on QVC on Thursday, amid her shock split from husband Eamonn Holmes

But appearing live on QVC shopping to promote her clothing range on Thursday, Ruth was seen still sporting her wedding ring

But appearing live on QVC shopping to promote her clothing range on Thursday, Ruth was seen still sporting her wedding ring

Ruth looked unphased amid the resurfacing of the clip, as earlier in the day she took to Instagram to share snaps of her wearing her QVC collection.

The TV host sported a short-sleeved dark green jumper which she wore over a white scoop neck top.

Also wearing a pair of navy skinny jeans, former This Morning star Ruth added to her outfit with a beige handbag.

In another photo, Ruth showed off her playful side as she struck a pose in a pair of chunky sunglasses with a cream cardigan and blue jeans.

Ruth debuted her QVC line in 2017, inspired by her perfect day-to-day wardrobe.

Her posts come soon after Eamonn's 'marry a local girl' comments were revealed.

The GB News host has endured a difficult period in recent years that has seen him lose his mother, job, his beloved Belfast home, and now his wife Ruth.

Speaking on NVTV's Conversations With Gerry Kelly in January, Eamonn also spoke movingly about his three years from hell and admitted he may always be in a wheelchair. 

The presenter told how his home will always be in Belfast and he may move back to Northern Ireland one day.

Eamonn has endured a difficult period in recent years that has seen him lose his mother, job, his beloved Belfast home, and now his wife Ruth (pictured in 2022)

Eamonn has endured a difficult period in recent years that has seen him lose his mother, job, his beloved Belfast home, and now his wife Ruth (pictured in 2022)

In another photo, Ruth showed off her playful side as she struck a pose in a pair of chunky sunglasses with a cream cardigan and blue jeans

In another photo, Ruth showed off her playful side as she struck a pose in a pair of chunky sunglasses with a cream cardigan and blue jeans

Speaking on Conversations With Gerry Kelly, Eamonn said: 'If I get another wife I might come back [to Northern Ireland], get a local girl'

Speaking on Conversations With Gerry Kelly, Eamonn said: 'If I get another wife I might come back [to Northern Ireland], get a local girl'

He said: 'Ruth wouldn’t come back to Northern Ireland. Yes, because of her family and also because she's English and she sees life around London and things, whereas I can't stand London. So we have a different outlook on things like that.'

Eamonn then thought about a future without his wife as he added: 'Maybe Ruth will be run over by a bus or something, who knows?

'If I get another wife I might come back, get a local girl. That's awful talking about Ruth being run over by a bus, that's awful.'

The couple tied the knot in 2010 after dating for 13 years - and said that despite their separation, they are 'determined to stay friends'.

It brings to an end one of Britain's best known TV power couples after 27 years together, 14 of which were spent in wedlock.

Eamonn said: 'Ruth wouldn¿t come back to Northern Ireland. Yes, because of her family and also because she¿s English and she sees life around London and things, whereas I can¿t stand London' (pictured in 2009)

Eamonn said: 'Ruth wouldn’t come back to Northern Ireland. Yes, because of her family and also because she’s English and she sees life around London and things, whereas I can’t stand London' (pictured in 2009)

[video_shortcode_video_html_5 src="https://videos.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2024/05/30/2645123349591310611/1024x576_MP4_2645123349591310611.mp4" itemprop="image" content="https://videos.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2024/05/30/2645123349591310611/1024x576_MP4_2645123349591310611.mp4" data-src="https://videos.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2024/05/30/2645123349591310611/1024x576_MP4_2645123349591310611.mp4"]

They are parents to son Jack, 22, while Eamonn also has sons Declan, 35, Niall, 31, and daughter Rebecca, 33, from his previous marriage.

Eamonn and Ruth said in Saturday's statement they were 'determined to stay friends' after spending most of their professional lives together.

However, sources say Ruth 'orchestrated' the statement, which Eamonn refused to sign off on prior to its release.

Sources told Mail+ that Eamonn is devastated about the split and that the break-up has 'very much been orchestrated by Ruth'.

Eamonn reportedly told friends that he 'didn't want to get involved' and that 'Ruth can do what she wants but keep me out of it'.

OTHER NEWS

41 minutes ago

Harry Kane vows to 'keep trying to push himself' in his bid to finally end his trophy drought - but 'Bayern Munich insiders fear England ace is carrying burden of lack of silverware'

43 minutes ago

The toxic truth about mouthwash

43 minutes ago

‘What is a victory for Ukraine?’ - director Kirill Serebrennikov on war

43 minutes ago

Australia ‘not a perfect country’ but there is ‘a lot of positive’

43 minutes ago

Naomi Campbell on modelling into her 50s, battling racism and her new solo show

43 minutes ago

Renewables ‘will play a role’ in Coalition’s net zero plan

43 minutes ago

Labour watchdog will have ‘real teeth’ to prosecute rogue employers, says Angela Rayner

43 minutes ago

Willie Nelson misses start of tour 'on doctor's orders'

43 minutes ago

Kylie Minogue writing autobiography

43 minutes ago

Billy Zane: Give actors 'emotional stunt pay'

43 minutes ago

Michael Shannon not allowed 'near a motorcycle' on The Bikeriders set

43 minutes ago

Jon Bon Jovi misses Richie Sambora 'personally and creatively'

43 minutes ago

Walsh and Shackell siblings produce milestone performances at U.S. Olympic trials

46 minutes ago

T20 World Cup: Afghanistan claim first win over Australia to keep alive semi-final hopes

49 minutes ago

Robert Morris warned sex abuse accuser she could be prosecuted for seeking compensation, emails show

50 minutes ago

Rafael Devers drives in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning as the Red Sox edge the Reds 4-3

50 minutes ago

‘Long held denialism’: Paul Keating launches stinging attack on Coalition’s nuclear power push

50 minutes ago

Flooding forces people from homes while much of US broils

50 minutes ago

Olympic Skateboarding Explained

50 minutes ago

1 top-notch ETF I plan to own in my ISA for the next 10 years

59 minutes ago

Elections now free and fair? MK Party members to be sworn in as MPs

59 minutes ago

Burnout, anger and bad managers: Doctors accuse hospitals of ignoring their concerns and risking patients’ lives

59 minutes ago

On condition: EFF's Julius Malema expresses willingness to join GNU if certain terms are met

59 minutes ago

SA reads riot act to hypocritical anti-Russian Western powers

59 minutes ago

ANC’s disregard of turnaround strategy cost the party

1 hour ago

Paris fashionistas says au revoir to design legend Dries Van Noten, who retires at 66

1 hour ago

Caitlin Clark, Indiana Fever Break Another Massive WNBA Record

1 hour ago

T20 World Cup 2024 Super 8 Group 1 Semi-final Qualification Scenarios: India, Australia, Afghanistan

1 hour ago

The hidden tax on your energy bills that will soar under Labour’s net zero plan

1 hour ago

Mzansi lady exposes how mom's stubborn actions backfired

1 hour ago

Gloucester-Hartpury seal comeback against Bristol to retain PWR title

1 hour ago

Trump says he knows who his vice presidential selection will be

1 hour ago

Michael Olise set to join Bayern Munich despite Manchester United links

1 hour ago

Donald Trump Proposes Migrant ‘Fight League' During Bonkers Rally Speech

1 hour ago

155 ancient baby names for babies with old souls

1 hour ago

Video: Young woman with almost $100,000 in savings slams Aussie 'lie'

1 hour ago

SA Police lock down Westfield Marion shopping centre after reports of an armed person

1 hour ago

Ryan McMahon draws bases-loaded walk on pitch-clock violation, Rockies beat Nationals 8-7

1 hour ago

Thirty-six fires sweep nearly 110 ha of grain area in Béja

1 hour ago

Moree solicitor Brendan Moylan wins Northern Tablelands by-election for NSW Nationals