Ruth Langsford is in "labelling heaven" as she organises her freezer

Roshina Jowaheer
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Ruth Langsford appears to have taken a leaf out of organising queen Stacey Solomon's book as the TV presenter is using her time in lockdown to put her freezer in order.

The This Morning host took to Instagram to share a video of her tip for ensuring she knows where everything is by placing printed labels on the front of each freezer compartment.

In the inspiring (yet slightly funny) video, Ruth is seen holding up the printed labels that read 'potatoes, oven chips, Yorkshires' against the drawers.

She explains what she is doing to husband and co-star Eamonn Holmes, saying: "So I’m going to label them all so you know where everything is.

"We’ve got chicken and things, that’s going to be all potatoes, oven chips."

Eamonn, who is filming the video, doesn't seem too convinced by Ruth's organising trick and says: "But we do know where everything is, why do we need to label them?"

Ruth replies: "Because it’s organisation, so you can see at a glance."

Sharing the video with her 878,000 Instagram followers, Ruth wrote: "He just doesn’t get my labelling obsession!! In organising mood today....don’t stand still too long @eamonnholmes or I might label YOU!! #organising #freezerclearout".

Naturally, we all want to know where Ruth bought her label maker and the TV host later shared a snap of the gadget, writing: "For those asking (esp you @davidobrien75 !) this my label machine.... links up with my computer....I’m in labelling heaven! @dymolabels #organisedlifestyle".

If you're in the mood to get organised like Ruth, the Dymo LabelWriter 450 Duo Label Maker is currently available on Amazon for £164.28.

Ruth's fans wasted no time in comparing the star with Stacey Solomon, with one saying: "You’ve spent too much time with Stacey".

Another wrote: "Stacey Solomon eat your heart out"

And one fan added: "@staceysolomon will love you even more!"

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