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Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford remarked that it was a "frosty" and "chilly" day as they returned to their presenting duties on This Morning.
The married presenting duo, both 60, hosted the show for the first time since it was rumoured they've been "replaced" on the show by Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary.
It seemed the rumours were still fresh on their minds as Eamonn joked it was a "chilly" day.
Eamonn said: "Good morning, it's Eamonn and Ruth and a chilly morning it was today' with Ruth adding: "Frost".
"Jack Frost had already been there when I poked my nose out this morning" before Ruth said: "It was very frosty wasn't it?"
The hosts remarked that their cars were covered in a layer of snow, and Ruth added it was "pretty but nippy".
Eamonn joked: "You have this habit of when we get up in the morning you open all the doors and windows, it was pure freezing."
Today marked the first time Eamonn and Ruth presented This Morning since rumours arose they were being "replaced".
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- Eamonn Holmes
- Ruth Langsford
- This Morning
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