Ruth Langsford has shared an incredible throwback picture of herself as a baby in the arms of her father as she marked Remembrance Sunday.
The This Morning presenter posted the heartwarming black and white image which featured her father in his military uniform as he cradled her, and added the caption: "Remembering all service men & women, past & present today - especially my Dad Dennis who served for 27yrs in the R.E.M.E. This is him & me in 1960, #rememberancesunday #lestweforget."
A post shared by Ruth Langsford (@ruthlangsford) on Nov 8, 2020 at 4:07am PST
Fans were touched by the picture, with one commenting: "Aww my dad was R.E.M.E. too."
Another added: "Bless him... Gorgeous photo of you both."
Ruth's father served in the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers for almost 30 years.
On Sunday (8 November), the Queen was leading the UK in marking Remembrance Sunday as the monarch attended a scaled-back service at the Cenotaph in London's Whitehall.
Prince Charles and Prince William laid wreaths following a two-minute silence during the commemorations, which honour the armed forces community, British and Commonwealth veterans, the allies who fought alongside the UK, and the civilian servicemen and women involved in the two world wars and later conflicts.
Her Majesty also wore a face mask for the first time in public as she made a personal pilgrimage to the grave of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey to mark the centenary of his burial.
Meanwhile, Ruth recently revealed the secret to her 23-year-long marriage to co-presenter husband Eamonn Holmes, telling Prima UK: "Having respect for each other is really important in a relationship. It’s nice to be a couple, but we are individual people… Eamonn and I can have big rows and argue, then 10 minutes later we’re laughing about something…
"We’ve been together 23 years so it has been a long and happy relationship but we have our moments. There are times when he really annoys me and I really annoy him and there are times when I think, ‘Get out of my face.’ Obviously, you’re not always going to get on, but you have to make it work. Underneath it all, we know we have a strong relationship."
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