Ruth Langsford says she’s ‘so grateful’ following her coronavirus jab but intially thought invite was hoax

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After getting her coronavirus vaccination, Ruth Langsford has shared her experience with her fans and said she's "so grateful" to have been able to get it done.

The Loose Women star, who previously supported Alex George following his grief over his brother's death, took to Twitter to post a picture of herself getting the vaccination.

In the snap, the 60 year old can be seen sat on a chair, wearing a black T-shirt, as the NHS staff member prepares to vaccinate her.

Ruth can be seen posing for the camera and is protected with a black face mask.

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She wrote: "Just had my vaccine!! Feel SO grateful. Thought it was a scam message at first as I wasn't expecting to be called until March!

"Thank you everybody, staff & volunteers, at the vaccination centre in Walton-On-Thames, Surrey… a quick, well organised and very friendly experience," [sic] Ruth expressed.

The This Morning presenter's fans rushed to the comments section to share their views on Ruth's vaccination.

One fan said: "Thanks for promoting it Ruth. Too many doubters giving false information on here which is frustrating.

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"I received my Oxford-AZ vaccine last Saturday, and apart from a sore arm the following day I have had no adverse effects at all."

Another Twitter user wrote: "Excellent news Ruth and very much looking forward to seeing you and Eamonn back on the TV #ThisMorning next week."

A third follower expressed: "Me too today Ruth (we're the same age!) Aren't we lucky the vaccination rollout is progressing so well." [sic]

Ruth's vaccination comes after it was revealed that she and husband Eamonn Holmes will be returning to host This Morning next week.


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The pair, who have an intense fitness regime, will be reprising their roles from Monday 15 February until Friday 19 February.

Ruth and Eamonn, 61, will be taking over from Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby for the week while they enjoy a break for half-term.

Their return was confirmed during an advert break on Wednesday 10 February's episode, where a trailer was shown of the couple hosting the show.

The duo hosted their last Friday show on This Morning on 18 December last year after being replaced by new hosts Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary.

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