Eamonn Holmes, 60, and Ruth Langsford, 60, usually begin the show sat or stood next to one another as they tell ITV viewers what’s coming up on the programme. However, they were separated for Wednesday’s edition of This Morning as the latter could be seen enjoying herself in her ‘woman’s cave’. This was to tease an upcoming segment about the latest summer trends and women making a stand against men only being able to have somewhere to relax at home. The host’s husband was shocked as she then said she was going to stay in the shed for the rest of the episode, possibly leaving him to present solo.
Following the opening titles, Eamonn was seen sat on his own as he told viewers: “I hear you saying. ‘It’s a bonus, it’s Eamonn on his own today’.
“Unfortunately not. I do begin today though, without my wife who is in her favourite place, it turns out, doing her favourite thing.”
The camera then panned to Ruth in the shed on the other side of the studio as she said: “Look at this Eamonn. I’ve got my SheShed at last.
“I’ve been wanting one of these things for ages,” she continued, before explaining what was in the ‘woman’s cave’ with her.
The host then declared: “I’m not sure I want to come out and join you for the rest of the show, actually.”
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Taking to Twitter, those watching at home commented on the upcoming segment as one wrote: “My husband has started making me a she shed. My Prosecco hideaway.”
Another added: “Looking forward to this segment. I have my own wee Summerhouse Shed which I chill out in too.”
“#ThisMorning Why “She Shed”? What’s wrong with “Lady Cave”? It’s much easier to say for a start. #ManCave @thismorning,” a third commented.
A fourth asked on the social media platform: “I mean, you can’t call a shed a woman cave, can you? #ThisMorning.
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