Ruth Langsford stepped in after Holly's youngest son Chester suffered a head injury on Sunday night - but she's reassured fans he's now okay.
TV presenter Holly Willoughby was forced to pull out of her appearance on ‘This Morning’ earlier today, after her young son had to be taken to hospital after suffering a head injury.
The 35 year old presenter was due to make her regular appearance on the ITV magazine show on Monday morning (April 18th), but Ruth Langsford was forced to step in at the last minute to present alongside co-host Phillip Schofield after Holly’s one year old son Chester, the youngest of her three children, had to go to hospital the day before.
Holly Willoughby missed Monday's edition of 'This Morning' because her son was taken to hospital
Ruth Langsford - Ruth Langsford make up free outside ITV Studios - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 30th March 2016
The 'Geordie Shore' star will be joining Coleen Nolan and Ruth Langsford in the new year.
Following her triumph in the latest series of ‘I’m A Celebrity…’, Vicky Pattison of ‘Geordie Shore’ has been confirmed as a new panellist on the ITV daytime chat show ‘Loose Women’.
The news was confirmed after a day of speculation, when The Sun initially booted up the rumour mill by saying the show’s producers believed her frank attitude would play well with a younger demographic.
A source told the newspaper: “Vicky won ‘I’m A Celeb’ by a landslide so everyone knows she is popular, especially with a younger audience. ITV are desperate to keep a hold of her and invest in her as a future star. She really impressed ‘Loose Women’s editors when she was a guest this month.”
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Ruth Langsford - TV presenter Ruth Langsford has teamed up with Heinz Soup and Royal Voluntary Service to support the Warming Moments campaign, encouraging more people to 'share a warming moment with an older neighbour'. Langsford commented 'As we all get used to the colder temperatures and limited day light, it's an important time to think about being a good neighbour to older people who may be living alone in our communities. When you have time, popping over for a warming and comforting bowl of soup and a chat means the world to them. Even if you're schedule is busy, the little act of saying hello and checking they're okay can make a big positive difference to the daily lives of older people during the lonely winter months'. - United Kingdom - Thursday 5th November 2015
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