Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford’s business accounts reveal they have boosted their income by more than £1million in the last year
The TV presenters’ business accounts record an influx in earnings, with their firm Holmes and Away – which receives income from radio broadcasting – raking in £500,000 in 2020 while £116,241 is owed in corporation tax.
Eamonn and Ruth, both 61, also profit from Eamonn’s outfit Red, White and Green – which holds £1.1million in cash and investments of £1.7million.
Wow: Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, both 61, increased their income by more than £1million in the last year (pictured presenting their show How the Other Half Live)
There is also Ruth’s ‘theatrical’ business company Hey-Ho Ltd – which boasts overall resources of £1.5million.
The This Morning stars’ earnings were reported by The Sun.
The paper detailed Eamonn and Ruth’s profits, pointing out that their Surrey mansion is also worth millions.
The doting parents also bring in high amounts from their various TV commitments.
Despite his millionaire status, Eamonn has suffered ill health recently, having detailed his chronic health battle openly on social media.
The Northern Irish star has been struggling with pain after a dislocated pelvis made his back go ‘out of alignment’, which caused him difficulty to walk.
High earners: The doting parents also bring in high amounts from their various TV commitments
But this week Eamonn shared how circulation boosters have helped him ‘get back out there’ doing daily activities.
According to The Sun, Eamonn said of the treatment: ‘I had a bit of difficulty with waking before and after a double hip operation.’
As well as using the circulation booster, Eamonn has helped alleviate his pain with physiotherapy and ice cold showers, which have left him feeling ‘invigorated’ amid his health woes.
Eamonn first spoke about his dislocated pelvis back in March and had an MRI scan recently to have further tests done after being left in chronic pain.
Earlier this month, Eamonn detailed how a dislocated pelvis started his chronic health battle as he waited for results of an MRI scan because his pain has escalated.
He joked in an interview with the Irish Independent that his injury is ‘nowhere near as erotic as it sounds’.
Pain: Eamonn first spoke about his dislocated pelvis back in March and had an MRI scan recently to have further tests done after being left in chronic pain (pictured in 2020)
He told the publication: ‘I mysteriously dislocated my pelvis and I don’t know how — it’s not as erotic as it sounds. My back is now out of alignment as a result.’
The Belfast native went on to reveal that since he spoke of his gruelling pain on social media, he found it ‘absolutely scary’ the number of people who are also living with chronic pain.
‘Nobody knows what it’s like unless they live with someone who has it.’ he said. ‘I’m in huge pain and nobody knows how to stop it.
‘This hurts like hell and I need to find a way to overcome it. It has lasted a month and it feels like I can’t remember what life was like without the pain.’
Eamonn and Ruth got married in 2010 following a 13-year romance, and are doting parents to teenage son Jack, 19.
Eamonn also has children Declan, Rebecca and Niall from his previous marriage to Gabrielle Holmes.
Father and son: Eamonn and Ruth share teenage son Jack (pictured) while Eamonn also has three children from his previous marriage to Gabrielle Holmes