Tuesday’s This Morning saw Vanessa Feltz call into Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford in the studio to help viewers with some martial frustrations they are having during lockdown.
The segment saw viewers phone in to the ITV show to discuss issues that they are having with their partner’s since lockdown began and they are forced to spend more time than usual together.
However, Eamonn and Ruth’s own marital frustrations at home rose to the surface as Eamonn complained about Ruth’s reaction when he made a sandwich at home.
Eamonn, 60, said: “If I go and make a beautifully prepared sandwich, I then want to take it away from the kitchen and enjoy it.
“What Ruth wants me to do is to clean the kitchen up,” he continued, before Ruth, also 60, jumped in to say: “I don’t want you to clean the whole kitchen.
“Put the butter back in the fridge and ham and then go and eat your sandwich.”
However, Eamonn then said: “No, I want to eat my sandwich, I want to eat my sandwich. That’s what I want to do. I don’t want to clean your kitchen.”
As Eamonn spoke, Vanessa appeared less than impressed and tried to interject via video call.
When she succeeded on having an opportunity to speak, Vanessa then scolded Eamonn as she told him: “Eamonn, you want to eat your sandwich but you can’t always do exactly what you want to do when you want to do it.
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“Do not behave like a tantrumy baby. You’re not a baby, you’re a grown-up.
She added: “Wait, clean the surface, put the ham in the fridge and then eat your sandwich.”
Ruth thanked Vanessa for her help on the matter before Eamonn joked about Vanessa’s husband Ben Ofoedu and their dynamics at home during lockdown: “Poor Ben. That’s all I say.
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“Poor Ben and that urn behind you, it probably has his ashes in it I would imagine.”
He quipped: “Poor Ben, because you’re miserable, Ruth’s miserable, too many miserable people ruining lives during lockdown.”
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