Eamonn Holmes poses with crutches on Scotland break after dislocating pelvis

Eamonn Holmes looked like he was on the road to recovery on Instagram yesterday, as he posed with his crutches on a bank holiday weekend away in Scotland.

The 61-year-old looked in high spirits despite having to hobble about, following a tough few months suffering from chronic pain from a dislocated pelvis.

In one charming snap he used his crutch to point at the cottage in which Scottish poet Robert Burns was born in.

In another pic the This Morning presenter beamed widely as he relaxed on a golf course, while the third showed him wearing his mask, complying with Covid regulations.

Captioning his happy snaps, Eamonn said he would not let his injury get him down this Bank holiday.

He wrote: “Determined to still get around. Been to Bonnie Scotland over the Bank Holiday. Crutches and all…"

Fans were quick to flock to the comments to give their well wishes to the star.

A fan commented: “Fantastic Eamonn! Really hope you’re feeling better and enjoyed the good weather!”

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Another wrote: “Beautiful, sunny Ayrshire! Hope you had a wonderful time. That fresh coastal air will have done you the world of good.”

“Looking great Mr Holmes, glad you’re feeling better,” penned a third.

His wife Ruth Langsford chimed in to say: “We need to get you back on the golf course!”

The television presenter began suffering with pain in his back earlier this year, telling This Morning viewers: "About a month ago I did something to my back, I don't know what. It could have been getting into a car, getting out of bed, whatever.”

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An MRI got to the root of the problem, and he was diagnosed with a dislocated pelvis before he then revealed he had three slipped discs in his back as well, causing him chronic pain.

Eamonn said: "The humbling thing about this is when you go on social media you talk to people about who suffers from this you realise age isn't a barrier, where you live isn't a barrier, how much you earn isn't a barrier…

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"So many of you have this chronic pain from all sorts of different sources."

He has now revealed that the chronic pain has finally gone thanks to a number of treatments including steroid injections, and took to Twitter to tell his followers he finally felt he was “making progress”.

Last week he shared a video of his recovery, admitting he was crutch dependent but was working with a physiotherapist to get better.

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