Ruth Langsford sent out a warning to Instagram fans after a fake account attempted to scam her followers.
The profile has posted several photographs of Ruth and her loved ones, including her husband Eamonn Holmes, 61, and their son Jack, 18.
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What did Ruth Langsford say on Instagram?
Taking to Instagram, Ruth shared screenshots of the fake Facebook account.
She added: “Please do not follow this Ruth Langsford_ fan page… it has NOTHING to do with me and I definitely have NOTHING to do with Bit coins.
“Please delete it if you are following. Thank you.”
Fans rushed support the star, with one saying: “Some people have nothing better to do. Hope you’re enjoying your Christmas break.”
A second added: “Shocking. It’s good of you to warn people.”
A third wrote: “I can tell it’s not you as you are far too classy for this trash.”
Have Ruth and Eamonn left This Morning?
Ruth and Eamonn will return to This Morning in February to host during half-term break.
It’s believed Ruth and Eamonn have been told to “keep quiet” about the ITV show and their brutal axing, according to new reports.
If they do decide to speak out, it could reportedly damage their brand.
A source told The Sun: “Ruth and Eamonn are obviously upset and feel humiliated about being put out to pasture.”
They added: “It could damage their brand if they lash out.”
What did Eamonn say on their final This Morning?
Eamonn signed off their final moments with a touching message.
He said: “You won’t be watching us any more on a Friday. Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary, they’re going to be here on Fridays here on in.
“And please we would ask you to be as nice and lovely to them, friends of ours they are, we’re very close to Alison, as you have been to us for 15 years.”
The married pair have hosted the show for an incredible 15 years.
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