This Morning viewers were not impressed as they heard Eamonn Holmes comment on his wife Ruth Langsford's weight as they presented the Monday edition of the show.

As they played It's Behind You with members of the public, Kate Middleton came up on the screen as Eamonn and Ruth had to guess who it was the caller was describing.

Realising who it was, Eamonn swiped: "She's very thin… unlike you dear," as Ruth ignored his comments.

Moving on to the next caller, Eamonn made another joke about what someone would say to describe Ruth, as he said: "No one would ever say she's very thin and married to Eamonn Holmes would they?"

Fans rushed to social media to share their shock at the comment, as one said: "Eamonn "she's very thin…unlike you dear." What a t**t you are Eamonn."

Another added: "Looks like Ruth will be serving salad for Eamonn's dinner tonight."

A third chipped in: "As if Eamonn Holmes just said to Ruth “well it’s not you then” when the clue was “she’s very thin” …. how bloody rude!!"

A fourth said: "That wasn't very nice what you said to Ruth about her weight #thismorning she's beautiful."

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