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Jokester Kate Beckinsale shares hilarious photoshopped snap of This Morning host Eamonn Holmes

While it seems like an unlikely friendship, Eamonn revealed that he’s close friends with Kate

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Kate Beckinsale shared a hilarious snap of This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes after superimposing his head on to the body of her friend Nina Kate.

Kate Beckinsale shared a hilarious snap of This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes after superimposing his head on to the body of her friend Nina Kate.

Kate Beckinsale shared a hilarious snap of This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes after superimposing his head on to the body of her friend Nina Kate.

Kate Beckinsale gave her Instagram fans an eyeful after sharing a photoshopped picture of Eamonn Holmes in what looked like his smalls.

The actress, 48, shared a hilarious snap of the This Morning presenter after superimposing his head on to the body of her friend Nina Kate.

While it seems like an unlikely friendship, Eamonn revealed that he’s close friends with Kate, who’s starred in films including Jolt, Pearl Harbor and Serendipity.

In the original picture, Kate and latex designer Nina Kate are both wearing slogan T-shirts that read: ‘F**k you you f**king f**k'..

The fun-loving star was unable to contain herself as she captioned the pictured with four simple words: ‘Eamonn please forgive me'.

Clearly in on the joke, the broadcaster told Kate that she was forgiven, before adding, "Even though anyone who knows me knows those words would never be uttered from my lips."

‘@eamonnholmes I’m so relieved!’ Kate said in response.

‘If I got a rude letter from you saying now look here that’s a bit bloody much I’d become so unwell.. also shall we get you leggings like this they are kind of a hit.’

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