Eamonn Holmes posts amazing throwback pics with wife Ruth Langsford

The two are presenting ITV's This Morning today and tomorrow

Presenter Eamonn Holmes has shared throwback pics of him and wife Ruth Langsford – and they are brilliant!

Taking it back to their early days in journalism the pair wowed fans with their youthful looks and amused others with their questionable hairstyles.

The duo are preparing to host Thursday’s This Morning and will also take to the sofa Friday as well.

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The host captioned the snap: “The News today is …… @RuthieeL and Me hosting @thismorning for the rest of the week. Hope you can tune in. @ERuthuk.”

In the photos Eamonn sported a mullet while Ruth, 57, showcased her fabulous 80s-inspired hair-do.

Within minutes fans were commenting on the amazing pics.

One wrote: “Oh Eamonn @EamonnHolmes @RuthieeL @thismorning @ERuthuk Please ask Ruth to reinstate that hairdo. Fashion is indeed cyclical.”

Another compared them to “Hollywood” stars as they said: “In those early photos you and Ruth look like Hollywood stars. Totally gorgeous.”

One gushed: “That’s too much eye candy for one morning thank you.”

Corrie star Catherine Tyldesley was also quick to comment on the photos as she wrote: “These pics are amazing! X.”

Meanwhile celebrity chef Phil Vickery added: “You see a mullet is cool!!”

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In other news Eamonn opened up about his hip replacement surgery that he endured last year.

The star revealed he was worried he wasn’t going to survive.

But after a successful op Eamonn has revealed he thought his other half Ruth was an angel after he woke from the surgery.

Speaking to Now! magazine Eamonn said: “Ruth’s face was the first thing I saw. I said if this is Heaven, you’re the angel that I want.”

But Ruth, 57, quickly added: “He was drugged up to his eyeballs!”

Reflecting on his procedure experience, Eamonn said: “I felt like I was in a movie. Or the hospital drama Casualty.

“It was like an out-of-body experience — am I going back into my body or am I out of my body now? I didn’t know.”