Eamonn Holmes tells This Morning fans the ‘future is bright after tough times’

This Morning presenter Eamonn Holmes has had a tough old time recently after back problems forced him to seek medical attention.

One of the favourites among the fans, Eamonn recently went to hospital for an MRI scan to try and get to the bottom of his suffering which appears to have come out of the blue.

The Northern Irish television personality has resorted to taking ice showers and walking with a stick in the hope of alleviating the chronic pain he has been experiencing.

Thankfully, though Eamonn has given his fans and concerned viewers a hint at some possible good news coming soon.

Turning to Instagram just before midnight on Tuesday the ITV presenter posted a photo of himself with a finger over his lips with the word "Ssshhh".

In the late-night post, he revealed that he will have more information for the public during Wednesday's This Morning show.

The ITV presenter wrote: "Ssshhh … need to tell you something but not until 11 o'clock live on This Morning when I will make an announcement.

"For a lot of us, myself included, recent times have been tough but I have news that I know will make the future brighter."

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While it is not completely clear what Eamonn is referring to in the social media post it appears the presenter may have received some good news.

Many people will be keeping their fingers crossed that he has received a diagnosis and some relief from his pain is not too far away.

Eamonn recently revealed that he has been following in the footsteps of Joe Wicks and taking ice showers which have helped clear his mind and get better sleep.

The 61-year-old said: “I wasn’t at all enthusiastic when my physio suggested that to increase my energy levels and circulation I should start my day with a shower- a cold one.”

Eamonn wrote in his Best magazine column: “Gingerly I built up to it, 10 seconds, 15 then 20.

“Now I’m at a minute and counting and I’m a total convert.

“Brain fog has left me and it genuinely has made me more energetic and positive.”

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