Ruth Langsford breaks down in tears as she admits to having her ‘coronary heart ripped out’


RUTH Langsford broke down in tears and mentioned she “felt like her coronary heart had been ripped out” in a brand new interview.

The Unfastened Girls star, 63, grew emotional reflecting on son Jack’s departure from the household house to go to school.

Ruth Langsford broke down in tears talking about her son Jack leaving home


Ruth Langsford broke down in tears speaking about her son Jack leaving houseCredit score: ITV

Clutching a tissue and with tears in her eyes, Ruth informed Whats up!: “That first week of not having him at house actually felt like a part of my coronary heart ripped out.

“I saved his bed room door shut. I keep in mind coming into his bed room and crying and getting maintain of the pillow, and I may scent him on the pillow, and had an excellent previous cry, after which shutting the door after which that first week was horrendous as a result of I used to be simply so used to having him round.”

Blue Peter legend Katy Hill commented: “Oh my goodness! Eldest off to uni in September and also you’ve set me off @ruthlangsford! I really feel you xxx.”

A follower mentioned: “It is actual! Like a bereavement… then menopause hits, to a lot to deal with some days.”


One other posted: “I really feel your ache. I cried when my boys went to uni and sobbed all week when my oldest left house lately. Miss him a lot xx.”

Jack, who studied broadcast journalism at Salford College, turned 21 earlier this 12 months and was spoiled by his dad and mom on his big day.

He posed in entrance of his many birthday balloons with mum Ruth on one aspect and pop Eamonn Holmes on the opposite.

Ruth wrote: “A beautiful weekend spent celebrating our son Jack’s 21st birthday… the place did these years go?!!! Needed to do my birthday desk after all… it’s household custom.”

In a second photograph Ruth planted a kiss on his cheek as they sat down at a restaurant.

She joked: “By no means too previous for a kiss out of your mummy.”

Jack flew the nest to study broadcast journalism


Jack flew the nest to review broadcast journalismCredit score: AFP


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