Inside Eamonn Holmes’ WFH set up in lavish house he shares with Ruth Langsford

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Former This Morning host Eamonn Holmes left his role on the hit ITV show back in December.

But this does not mean that the 61 year old is sat at home idle. On no, Eamonn has been hard at work writing and making podcasts.

On Thursday the star took to Instagram to share a snap of himself typing away, and we couldn't help put examine his chic WFH set up.

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The star appears to be working in the dining room on his Mac, on a sleek table with glassware and a mirror behind. Next to him he had a reusable water bottle.

He captioned the snap, writing: "Column day …. trying to find the inspiration. Thankfully it always comes in the end but please send me your positive vibes anyway #writersofinstagram."

Fans were also quick to notice that among the framed photos behind is an old portrait of Eamonn looking very young.

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One commented: "Eamonn I love the black and white photo of you just above your left shoulder. It is fabulous, good luck with the writing".

Another added: "Can I have that gorgeous photo of you, the one at the back? Good luck stay safe."

However, there is a twist to the way Eamonn works, which he went on to showcase in a later snap.

Instead of working on a laptop, the presenter actually uses a tablet and then a keyboard which looks and feels like an old fashioned typewriter.

The star explained: "Incidentally, want to show you what I've been tapping away on.

"Treated myself for my Birthday in December to a proper old fashioned keyboard …. except it's not.

"It Bluetooths to the electronic tablet.

"Brings me back to journalism college and UTV newsroom days. Love the feel love the nostalgia."

Perhaps Eamonn is welcoming the break from working in television as he recently said that the industry is made “difficult” by people who “don’t understand it”.

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Speaking on the Talking Success podcast the star revealed: “Television is the easiest thing you’ll ever do in your life, made difficult by people who don’t understand it or who want to seem important because if they suddenly say, ‘No, no, no’ they’re important.”

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