Loose Women's Ruth Langsford has confessed that hubby Eamonn Holmes filling her car up with petrol has her leaping into bed with him.
The presenter, 62, said on the daytime show that she can’t stand fuelling up her own car so when her TV star hubby takes the job off her hands it really gets her in the mood.
Ruth spilled the beans as she and her fellow panellists Frankie Bridge, Carol McGiffin and Kelle Bryan discussed the idea of withholding sex to get what you want from your partner.
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The TV star – who has been married Eamonn for more than 12 years – said she would rather see women use their voices and ask for what they want.
When the chat moved on to things that put you in the mood, she admitted there were some things her husband did that left her feeling very friendly towards him.
She laughed: "If Eamonn comes home and he’s used my car and he goes, ‘Filled the petrol up and did your washer bottle’, I’m like, ‘Get upstairs’.”
“Because I hate doing it,” Ruth said as her fellow presenters roared with laughter.
“Literally I will go around with my petrol light on red or the washer bottle light empty… I think, ‘Oh I can’t stop and do that’.”
“So if he does it for me, he knows, he knows…!” she giggled.
Ruth and Eamonn have been together for many years, after meeting in the 90s.
They welcomed a son named Jack in 2002 and in 2010 they tied the knot.
The pair used to work together on This Morning but Eamonn – who is currently recovering after back surgery to help with his chronic pain – exited the ITV show in 2021.
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The 63-year-old has now moved to GB News.
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