Eamonn Holmes says Ruth Langsford would make his life 'a misery' if he cheated
Eamonn Holmes thinks Ruth Langsford would make his life "a misery" if he dared to cheat on her.
The couple - who married in 2010 and have a 13-year-old son named Jack together - were discussing infidelity on ITV's 'This Morning', when expert Dr. Pam Spurr advised them that doing something nice for each other every day was key to a healthy relationship, prompting Ruth to joke that she'd picked up her husband's socks earlier that morning.
Eamonn, 55, replied: "We practiced what we preached there. It's because I can't bend down anymore. That's very good, thanks."
Eamonn went on to explain he'd never cheat on his wife because she'd enjoy making him feel guilty.
Turning to Ruth, he quipped: "If there was any indiscretion, you would gladly have me back because you would be delighted every day to make my life a misery thereafter."
Speaking more seriously, Eamonn added: "[An affair] wouldn't be worth it, it really wouldn't."
Meanwhile, Ruth revealed recently that she loves tidying her underwear drawer as a way of escaping her everyday stresses.
The 'This Morning' co-host said that while her husband and their son enjoy spending time watching football on the TV, she's happy organising her bras and knickers.
She revealed: "I find it much easier than Eamonn to switch off at weekends and I'm a real home bird. I never get bored around the house. If I suddenly realise on a Saturday that (our son) Jack's out and Eamonn is watching the football or something, then a really nice way for me to spend the afternoon is tidying up my underwear drawer.
"I enjoy doing it and I feel great satisfaction when I've finished."