Biography of Ruth Langford
Ruth Langsford is a British television host. She has hosted a number of television series including This Morning, Gift Wrapped, How the Other Half Lives and Ruth Langsford’s Fashion Edit. She has been a regular panelist on Loose Women since 1999 and became a presenter in 2013. She came in ninth place on the fifteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing in 2017.
How old is Ruth Langsford? – Age
She is 63 years old on March 17, 2023. She was born in 1960 in the colony of Singapore. Her real name is Ruth Wendy Holmes.
Ruth Langsford Family – Education
Ruth Langsford was born to Dennis and Joan Langsford in what was then the state of Singapore. Before the age of ten, she lived in five countries, including West Germany and four North African countries. From 1977 to 1978, Langsford attended Saltash School in Cornwall.
Ruth Langsford’s husband
Langsford started seeing Eamonn Holmes in 1996, but the two kept their relationship a secret for years out of respect for Holmes’ first wife, Gabrielle, from whom he was divorced at the time. Langsford gave birth to their son, Jack Alexander Holmes, in 2002. On June 26, 2010, they married at Elvetham Hall in Hampshire. The couple live in the town of Weybridge, Surrey.
Ruth Langsford QVC – Fashion
Langsford began co-presenting Ruth Langsford’s Fashion Edit with Jackie Kabler for QVC in February 2017. QVC UK is a British home shopping channel which broadcasts in the UK and Ireland. When QVC, Inc. agreed to a contract with Sky TV to launch a UK equivalent of the US channel in 1993, it was formed. On October 1, 1993, “QVC – The Shopping Channel” debuted in the UK.
Ruth Langsford Loose Women
Langsford was a regular panelist on ITV’s daytime chat show Loose Women from 1999 to 2002. She returned to the show in 2010 as a stand-in presenter until 2013. Langsford returned to Loose Women as as a regular host on January 8, 2014. In rotation with Jane Moore, Charlene White, Christine Lampard and Kaye Adams, she anchors the show.
Ruth Langsford Career
Initially, Langsford worked as a news anchor and continuity announcer for ITV Television South West (TSW) regional station in Plymouth, England. She left TSW with fellow announcer Ian Stirling when Westcountry Television took over the franchise on January 1, 1993.
Langsford joined This Morning as a guest host in 2000, and in 2006 she became a regular host alongside Phillip Schofield, making her the show’s longest-serving presenter. Eamonn Holmes joined Langsford as co-host of the show Every Friday later that year.
From April 1998 to March 2005, Langsford was one of the main presenters of the show on the now defunct TV Travel Shop. She also hosted The Great British Garden Show (1999), Langsford Late (1999), The Really Useful Show (1997), Mysterious West (1995) and Gardens of the Millennium (1999).
In 2004 Langsford portrayed the television series Zoo Story set at Paignton Zoo. In 2010, she guest-starred on five episodes of GMTV with Lorraine. In 2010 Langsford appeared on Marco’s Kitchen Burnout and in 2011 he took part in Born to Shine. On August 9, 2017, Langsford was the third reported superstar to take part in the fifteenth series of Stringently Come Moving. His expert accomplice was Anton du Beke. She left the show on November 12 as the seventh celebrity to be eliminated.
From Walk 2018, Langsford co-presented Make the Best Choice with Eamonn Holmes on Channel 5. Along with GP Amir Khan, Langsford co-hosted the Channel 5 diet show Lose a Stone in Four Weeks for Summer in 2019 and 2020.