Eamonn Holmes posts cryptic tweet about trust amid This Morning axing rumours with wife Ruth Langsford

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After it was reported that Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford have been axed from their regular Friday slot on This Morning, the presenter has shared a cryptic message about trust.

The television personality, who broke his silence after writing a tribute to Des O'Connor, retweeted a post on Twitter from Good Samaritans in Mexico, who rescued a petrified dog during a flooding.

Writing in response to the tweet, Eamonn, 60, said: "All of us would like to think we could trust someone enough to take us by the hand and save us.

"Dogs sometimes just seem so human. Look at its eyes. Don't tell me it didn't understand. Love is," he wrote.

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On Monday 16 November, the former GMTV host seemingly confirmed his axing from This Morning by responding to a meme on Instagram featuring Victoria Beckham performing her hit 'Out of Your Mind'.

The post, which was put on Hunsnet, read: "Me and the girlies protesting outside ITV studios after hearing the news Ruth & Eamonn are no longer doing Friday mornings…"

Making his stance clear, Eamonn commented with a series of smiling and crying with laughter emojis.

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Eamonn's not so subtle comment comes after reports claim he and wife Ruth, 60, will no longer be presenting This Morning on Friday's, a role they've been carrying out since 2006.

The pair, who recently shared their secret to a happy marriage, will reportedly continue to host the show over the summer, when Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby are away on holiday.

Eamonn and Ruth will reportedly be replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary, who have impressed with their guest stints.

Speaking about Alison and Dermot's casting, a source told Mirror Online: "They have real warmth. It's time for a change and they are perfect.

"Eamonn is pretty furious and everyone feels for him and Ruth, they are well liked on the team, but sometimes tough decisions have to made.


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"Eamonn and Ruth are incredibly popular with viewers and loved across the board," the insider explained.

"No one wants to see them go. The show execs have some very tricky decisions.

"Eamonn fears he is basically too 'pale, stale and male', and, at 60, perhaps not in line with the youth drive broadcasters are after," the source continued.

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