They have been together for more than 25 years and often share a glimpse into family life via social media.
And it’s no surprise that popular TV duo Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes live a lavish lifestyle in their gorgeous six-bedroom home.
They set down roots in the town of Weybridge, Surrey several years ago – the pair often enjoy hosting in the property, which is said to be worth a whopping £3.2million.
The GB News presenter has been battling chronic back pain for the past few months and the house is now set up to help Eamonn recover.
With an expansive garden, a luxurious lounge area and a dining room suitable for guests, MailOnline takes a look at the property.
Home life: Inside Eamonn Holmes £3.2m Surrey six bed mansion with wife Ruth Langsford
House: The couple settled in the town of Weybridge, Surrey, with the beautiful house
Ruth’s pride and joy – a dining room fit to host
Often seen on Ruth’s Instagram, the home’s dining room is certainly the star of the show for the host.
The room has a long oval table for nine, cream and black upholstered chairs and a large white tiled floor.
With plenty of natural light coming in, a large window is located at the end of the room.
While luxury glassware, alcohol and family photos adorn a glossy glass cabinet on the left side of the room.
Ruth decorates the room for any occasion, often outfitting it with balloons and festive decorations for birthdays and events.
The Loose Women panelist has revealed on social media that it is a family tradition for her to decorate the table for every milestone.
Entertaining: With a long oval table for nine with cream and black upholstered chairs, the dining room has a large white tile floor
Celebrations: Ruth decorates the room for any occasion, often outfitting it with balloons and festive decorations for birthdays and events
A spacious living room
There’s certainly no shortage of space in Ruth and Eamonn’s lounge, which features wood floors and a muted nude color scheme.
A collection of nude and brown cushions sit around the comfortable-looking L-shaped sofa, which takes center stage.
No one in the family is left out, as next to the couch is a star-print bed for their beloved rescue pup Maggie.
The couple keeps it cozy with two fireplaces, one of which is in the living room, integrated into the wall under the television on the way.
It looks like another lounging area is emerging, the other being a beautiful marble fireplace surrounded by mood lighting and a flat screen TV.
Spacious: There’s certainly no shortage of space in Ruth and Eamonn’s lounge, which features wooden floors and a muted nude color scheme
Perfect dining spot: The couple keeps it cozy with two fireplaces, one of which has a gorgeous marble seat below a flat-screen TV
A vast green garden
Perfect for the warmer months, Ruth and Eamonn have plenty of space in their well-maintained garden.
Their range of beautiful outdoor furniture includes two charcoal gray sofas facing each other, adorned with lime green cushions.
While a matching coffee table sits in front of the chair, which is enclosed by perfectly trimmed shrubs and trees around the perimeter of the space.
A very neat garden path leads to the area, with prismatic shrubs on either side.
And… relax: their range of beautiful outdoor furniture includes two charcoal gray sofas facing each other, adorned with lime green cushions
Summer vibes: While a matching coffee table sits in front of the chair, which is enclosed by perfectly trimmed shrubs and trees around the perimeter of the space
Follow the road: A very neat garden path leads into the area, with prismatic shrubs on either side leading the way
A spiral staircase fit for purpose
A close friend of the couple recently took Rylan Clark to Instagram to show him trying out Eamonn’s purposeful stairlift.
The house has a gorgeous spiral staircase with wooden panel floors, a glossy banister and ground spots on each step.
Fit for Eamonn last year, the kick on the left helps broadcaster as he struggles with chronic back pain.
In the spring of 2021, Eamonn first experienced severe back pain, which came out of nowhere, leaving him dependent on a cane.
After discovering it was three hernias affecting the movement of his right leg, things went awry when he flew to Belfast last May to host an event in honor of close friend, broadcasting legend Gloria Hunniford.
He ended up in the emergency room of the city’s Royal Victoria Hospital after his spinal problems caused bladder and bowel problems.
Eamonn was immediately admitted for emergency surgery, but the surgery was postponed at the last minute, when the surgeon decided it was “too complicated.”
Testing the waters: A close friend of the couple Rylan Clark recently took to Instagram to show off trying out Eamonn’s purposeful stairlift
In an interview with The Daily Mail, Eamonn talked about how to get a scan first revealed the three protruding discs, explaining, “I still thought it was going to go away, but it didn’t. The domino effect was that I lost a lot of strength in my right leg.
“I got epidural, which helped to some extent, but didn’t solve the problem. I started using a cane, so life became more restricted.’
“The spine and all the nerves that come off of it affect so many other things, which he said needed to be addressed first. I was crushed. I had been in severe pain for a year and I fervently hoped this would be the answer.’