Eamonn Holmes GB News co-star addresses his future on show
Eamonn Holmes discusses his recovery from back surgery
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Just weeks after undergoing spinal surgery, Eamonn Holmes faced another health setback by falling at his home and fracturing his shoulder. The 62-year-old’s future on GB News has now been addressed by his co-star Isabel Webster.
Taking to her Instagram Story, the presenter told fans she was looking forward to seeing Eamonn back in 2023.
She wrote: “It’s been a tough few weeks for my lovely friend and co-presenter Eamonn Holmes.
“I can’t wait to have him back fighting fit in the new year.”
Isabel added a gif to her post which read: “Miss you.”
The presenter went on to say it was “heartbreaking” to see him in “so much pain” over the past few months.
Last month, the GB News star underwent spinal surgery to try and ease chronic pain in his back and legs.
He has since been receiving rehabilitative treatment and was ordered him to rest for at least eight weeks.
Following his recent fall, he now needs a longer period of time to recover.
A representative for Eamonn told Express.co.uk: “As a consequence of being laid low by major surgery, Eamonn suffered a fall at home a couple of weeks ago and had to undergo another operation.
“He’s naturally gutted by the setback, but the good news is the surgery on his shoulder went well. He’s now receiving fantastic care and rest.”
They added this meant he needed longer off work duties to “get himself better and heal”.
“But despite being in an awful lot of pain, he’s remaining positive and is looking forward to doing what he loves most and being back on TV and presenting on GB News just as soon as he can,” they added.
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The spokesman continued: “Eamonn would like to say thank you for the wonderful care he has received from the NHS. He’d also like to thank everyone who has sent him get-well messages.”
He went on to say the presenter was now focused on getting better and resting.
The presenter regularly interacts with his fans about his health on social media.
Last week, he told his followers he wasn’t looking forward to having an extra hour in bed, due to being in pain.
Following this, many of his fans sent their well wishes.
Dawn Neesom wrote: “Oh sending gentle hug Eamonn.”
Christine Byrne commented: “Aw Eamonn it’s terrible, hopefully you will get some pain relief soon.”
“Sorry Eamon to hear you are still in pain,” J Hull McG typed.
Adele T added: “Hope you feel better soon.”
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