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Ruth Langsford makes a jibe at her husband and co-host Eamonn Holmes for interrupting her during a conversation about being 'snippy' on Friday morning's This Morning programme.
The husband and wife duo had just welcomed agony aunt Dr Deirdre onto the show when the couple got into a to-do about snippiness.
With Dr Deirdre offering her professional advice to any viewers that are seeking help for any of their problems, Eamonn then moved onto the next topic.
Eamonn, 61, began by saying: "I don't understand all that, people getting snippy with each other, who gets snippy?
"I couldn't imagine that going on, but one person may get snippy with the other but of you getting snippy."
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Ruth, also 61, then said: "If you're feeling a bit snippy and you want to share it with us or Deidre there is the number to call 0800 30 40 44.
But halfway through her numbers, Eamonn interrupted her and said: "No, I know I know…"
To which Ruth quipped: "I get snippy about people interrupting me when I'm talking."
Brushing his wife's comments off he continued: "How do you deal with snippiness? If there's something snippy in your life, how do you diffuse it?
"What do you do to take thing sting out of certain waspish people?"
Ruth then got a chance to speak and said: "Anyway as I was saying… The number to talk call on your screen is the number to call."
The famous couple also hit the headlines this week when Ruth disagreed with her husband on Thursday's show.
They were joined in the studio by Vanessa Felts for a phone-in session that revolved around people wanting to make amends.
During the segment, a woman called in wanting to apologise for the cruel way she treated her classmate at school and so did a man who wanted to apologise to his partner for cheating on him.
But as the segment came to an end, Eamonn was inspired to offer his own apology and said: "Sorry to everybody, sorry that we’re here this summer and Phillip and Holly aren’t."
Ruth quickly interjected: "Oh stop it."
Eamonn added: "But you’ve just got us, that’s what you’ve got to put up with."
Ruth, however, jumped back in: "I’m not saying sorry for that, I’m thoroughly enjoying being here."
- Eamonn Holmes
- Ruth Langsford
- This Morning
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