This Morning’s power couple Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford’s business empire is thriving.
The pair, who have been married since 2010, often rub shoulders with some of the world’s richest people for their Channel 5 show How The Other Half Lives.
But The Sun has now revealed the duo are successful millionaires in their own right.
The presenters, both 61, each earn a large wage thanks to their TV commitments.
And now their business accounts have shown a healthy reading for the pair.
Their firm, Holmes and Away, is detailed as being set up to receive income from radio broadcasting and reports show it made £500,000 in 2020.
Then there are the accounts for an outfit run by Eamonn called Red, White and Green which showed £1.1 million in the coffers in 2020.
And a business in Ruth’s name called Hey-Ho Ltd in which is for “theatrical” business shows resources of £1.5m.
Helping his fortune has been his successful career to date.
He recently spoke about how his biggest achievement was “surviving” the cut-throat TV industry for four decades.
He said: “The art of television is surviving. People say ‘what’s your biggest achievement?’ and it’s actually staying the course for 41 years.
“It’s getting on the conveyor belt, that’s tough but staying on the conveyor belt is much tougher.”
But while the Eamonn and Ruth’s bank balance seems to be healthy and TV careers going swimmingly, Eamonn has recently complained about his personal health.
He has admitted that he is “living with chronic pain” and the ailment has turned him into an insomniac.
He told fans that his pain was the “worst pain” he’s ever experienced in recent weeks.
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In 2016, the presenter underwent a double hip operation and later admitted he feared for his life before the surgery.
Just before he went to theatre, he found out that pal Sir Terry Wogan had passed away and Eamonn told Daily Star : “It was very foreboding.
“I was not very optimistic about the whole thing.”
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