He was diagnosed with a dislocated pelvis and three slipped discs last March.
And Eamonn Holmes continued to walk with the aid of crutches while recuperating while attending Piers Morgan’s star-studded Christmas party.
Taking to Instagram on Friday, the TV host, 63, posed for a cute photo as he smiled for a photo with Piers, writing in the caption, It was a “huge step forward” for him.
Health update: Eamonn Holmes continued to walk with the aid of crutches while recovering while attending Piers Morgan’s star-studded Christmas party
Eamonn cut a chic figure in a gray bodysuit, matching a crisp white shirt and shiny brown shoes.
He wrote: “Big step forward for me tonight – literally. Got myself to a Christmas gathering hosted by Pierce. Felt so relaxed and mingled. Better than medicine. Merry Christmas everyone.”
Eamon recently admitted breaking his shoulder in a fall is a “huge setback” but revealed that he is getting better “day by day” and staying positive thanks to letters from fans.
The outing: Taking to Instagram on Friday, the TV host, 63, posed for a cute pic with Pierce, writing in the caption, “It was a huge step forward” for him.
Star-studded: Pierce wore a crisp black top and matching leggings while hosting the party
Father and Son Duo: The Talk TV presenter is joined by his son, Spencer Morgan
Stunning: Georgia Toffolo wears a glamorous figure in a sparkling green dress with a silver belt around her waist
Family outing: Gary Lineker and his son George Lineker made an elegant arrival
Fellow GB News co-host Isabel Webster revealed he would miss work until the New Year while he recuperates.
Speaking about his injury, the breakfast show presenter discussed the “amazing” NHS staff he had been looking after throughout his ordeal.
“It was a huge setback and meant I would need to take some extra time to improve myself,” Eamon told GB News about his shoulder fracture during the fall.
Glamour: Laura Tobin stood out in a sparkly pink coat that she wore over a shimmery gown
Fun: Also in attendance were Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan, who appeared in gorgeous skirts as they entered the venue.
The Night Out: Pierce greeted his guest outside the venue
FABULOUS: Celia Walden looked effortlessly chic in a black flowy blouse, mini skirt, and knee-high boots
The beat: Jeremy Vine and Anna Vine appeared to be in great spirits as they headed to the lavish event
Gorgeous: Afton Magazine’s daughter, Gillian McKeith, looked incredible in a little black dress and chic red jacket
SMART: Michael Gove wore a blue T-shirt and jeans while carrying Christmas presents
Casual: John Sobel wore a black polo top and navy blue pants
It’s been a hell of a few weeks. But I’m getting better every day and I’m still positive and trying to look on the bright side.
“I can’t say a big enough thank you to everyone who has sent me lovely messages, they really encouraged me and kept me going.”
Paying tribute to the NHS, Eamon added, ‘Also, I must sincerely say my thanks to the doctors and nursing staff who have been looking after me. They are all amazing. god bless.’
Torture: Eamon recently fractured his shoulder after falling at his home in Surrey just weeks after undergoing spinal surgery (pictured earlier this year)
The popular TV star admitted he is anxious to get back to work at GB News alongside Isabel, bringing the day’s news to viewers.
Eamon also insisted that he is “determined” to continue speaking out on behalf of all people who suffer from chronic pain.
The former This Morning presenter recently fractured his shoulder after a nasty fall at his Surrey home just weeks after undergoing threatening spinal surgery with chronic pain in his back and legs.
And last week, fellow presenter Isabelle said it was “sad” to see how much pain her colleague had been through over the past few months.
And with the TV favorite now likely off screens until the New Year as he recovers, Isabelle admitted she misses him “just as much as the viewers.”
Heartbreak: JP News co-presenter Isabel Webster, 39, said last week it was ‘sad’ to see how he endured the pain (pictured together earlier this year)
Speaking to Richard Eden of the Daily Mail, she said: “It was heartbreaking to see him hurt so badly, Eamonn has had such luck.”
Eamon’s rep told The Express: ‘He was naturally affected by the setback, but the good news is that the surgery on his shoulder went well. He is now receiving wonderful care and resting.
Sadly, this means that Eamonn will likely need a longer period of TV than he first thought in order to better himself and heal.
“But despite being in a lot of pain, he remains positive and is looking forward to doing what he loves most and getting back on TV and doing JP news as soon as he can.”
He and his wife Ruth Lansford, who has hosted the Friday edition of the show since 2006, have been replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary.
No Show: Eamonn and wife Ruth Langsford were nowhere to be seen at the NTAs last month – due to his recent vital back surgery and a clash with the QVC schedule (pictured in 2021)
Eamonn and his wife Ruth were nowhere to be seen at the NTAs last month – due to his recent vital back surgery and a clash with the QVC schedule.
The married presenting duo, who used to host the award-winning NTA show This Morning on a regular schedule, are usually solid attendees for TV’s biggest night.
But his recent health issues and her work with teleshopping channel QVC mean the couple haven’t sat down with industry colleagues as they usually do on a star-studded night out in London.
The Northern Irish presenter recently told his new channel GP News it ran about two weeks ago, speaking on 5 October: ‘It’s early days, it’s probably about three weeks before they know if it’s been successful or not. “
Eamon – who suffers from shingles – had to take a step away from his program to prepare for vital back surgery on Sept. 28.
The TV personality said he had been “praying” before the operation, which was meant to take pressure off his static nerves.
The broadcaster has struggled with long-term difficulties, previously speaking about his battle with chronic back pain after a pelvic dislocation resulted in three slipped discs.
He told The Express: ‘It’s an operation with a 20 per cent risk of going wrong, but such is the pain and the limitations I’ve been going through for the last 18 months, that I decided it was a risk I wanted to take. Takes.
“In fact, it’s a risk I’m willing to take because, at this moment in time, nothing could seem worse than a constant pain running through my lower back and legs.”
Eamon said he was praying “for God to guide.” [his] Surgeon’s hand this week to help him get back to the ‘man he used to be’.
He went on to reveal to the publication that the pain can be so intense that sometimes sleep is their “escape,” adding that someone can be surrounded by family and friends but that intense pain can be felt by your companion.
Before saying he hopes his recovery will give hope to those who can no longer deal with their depression and anger with chronic pain.
Bad: Eamonn recently revealed that he felt ‘offended’ that his colleague Isabel was forced to help him through crowds while reporting on the Queen’s funeral outside Buckingham Palace
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