Eamonn Holmes has delighted his Instagram followers by opening up his holiday album.
The 58-year-old presenter shared snaps from his recent trip to Tenerife with his wife, Ruth Langsford.
He cheekily wrote beside the photos: “Been a busy past 10 days …. Belfast , Birmingham , London and this time last weekend #Tenerife …. guess which one the pics are from?”
In the images, Eamonn can be seen with his feet up by a pool and having a meal out wearing his sunglasses.
In another image, Ruth, with whom he has a teenage son, Jack, can be seen looking out over their beautiful resort which had palm trees, an amazing pool and sea views.
The pictures gained more than 9,000 likes within a few hours as Eamonn’s fans thanked him for giving them a rare insight into his private life.
“Gorgeous pictures Eamonn. I’m really glad that you and Ruth did get some nice time off the relax and recharge. I do hope you had a lovely time. Keep up the good work,” one wrote.
“Lovely to see your pics, don’t see many of your holiday photos,” said another.
“Thanks for sharing your holiday pictures they’re great. Love watching @eamonnholmes and @ruthlangsford,” wrote a third.
Ruth, 58, had previously shared just one snap from their trip over Easter, before they headed back to the UK for a busy period at work.
Last week, Eamonn covered for Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain, then joined Ruth to stand in for Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on This Morning.
Today, he took a trip to Buckingham Palace where he met the Countess of Wessex.
He was on hand as This Morning had a live feed to the palace grounds to see Sophie plant a tree for the show as part of the Queen’s Commonwealth Canopy campaign.
On last week’s GMB, Eamonn admitted his holiday with Ruth had ended on a bit of a sour note after his suitcase went missing on their flight home!
“I’m having to wear Piers Morgan’s suit today, I’ve got no clothes,” he told Kate Garraway and Charlotte Hawkins.
“I was away over Easter for a few days and when I got back late last night into the airport, and you stand there, you know when you get a bit annoyed and you say, ‘Where’s my bag? What’s keeping this bag?
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“And then you get a bit more humble and think, ‘Please make it come’, then you pray and then there’s just you and one other person standing there and you say to them, ‘Has yours not arrived either?'”
He joked: “It could have been worse, it could have been Mrs Holmes’ bag and then all hell would have kicked off.”