This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes, 61, has taken to Twitter to call on BBC bosses to get his wife Ruth Langsford, 61, back on Countryfile as a presenter. Retweeting a clip of his wife presenting a segment on the show in 1996, the star said that his wife “loves tractors” before imploring the broadcaster to rehire her.
@RuthieeL loves her tractors
Commenting on a tweet from the official BBC Archive account, the ITV host questioned why his wife had left the favourite countryside show.
“Whatever happened to this Farming Reporter?” he asked his one million fans.
He continued: “@RuthieeL loves her tractors,” before tagging Countryfile’s Twitter account.
“Get her back!” Eamonn implored bosses, including emojis of a tractor and love heart.
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It comes after the BBC Archive account tweeted out a clip of Ruth interviewing a tractor expert for BBC’s Countryfile.
Alongside the video, they wrote: “Trainspotting may have been all the rage #onthisday in 1996, but Ruth Langsford discovered on Countryfile that tractor-spotting was really where it was at.”
In the short clip, the presenter started out by branding tractors an “irritation”, before the expert attempted to change her mind.
Approaching a cherry-red tractor, Ruth asked the expert just how he was going to change her views.
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“So this is a David Brown and you’re going to convince me that tractor can be romantic, are you?” she asked the expert.
He replied: “Oh yes, farmers can make use of them for all sorts of purposes.
“This particular model came with a wide bench seat and, officially, this was to allow you to adopt different positions when you’re ploughing.”
However, the tractor enthusiast revealed that the wide seat also served another purpose.
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“But very quickly certain farmers realised it was an ideal seat for a bit of courting,” he added cheekily.
Fans of the presenting duo were quick to leave their thoughts on the throwback clip.
One wrote: “Ruth looked at home there. I’m a farmer’s daughter & I can show you a tractor or two.”
Another added: “Ruth has hardly changed. Still looks very young.”
While a third penned: “Love this, Eamonn! Ruth’s made to be a presenter!”
As one social media use wrote: “Thank you for that Eamonn. That was so interesting Loving a tractor,” before going on to wish the presenter well.
“What a great interview from Ruth. Hope you are feeling better,” they added.
Over the past month, the ITV host has been vocal about his battle with chronic pain and has been updating fans on his health via social media.
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