Rylan Clark enjoys a ride on Eamonn Holmes’ stair lift during fun reunion visit

‘Better than medicine!’ Rylan Clark enjoys a ride on Eamonn Holmes’ stair lift and leaves Ruth Langsford giggling during surprise visit to ‘The Fun Palace’

He returned to hosting the breakfast show on GB News last week, following back surgery and a shoulder injury, which saw him take four months off work.

And on Sunday, Rylan Clark, 34, enjoyed a ride on Eamonn Holmes’, 63, stair lift and left his wife Ruth Langsford, 62, giggling away during a surprise visit at ‘The Fun Palace.’

Stalwart broadcaster Eamonn admitted that the joyful reunion was ‘better than medicine’ after they ‘laughed and laughed’, as the duo shared their antics to Instagram.

 

Hilarious: On Sunday, Rylan Clark, 34, enjoyed a ride on Eamonn Holmes', 63, stair lift and left his wife Ruth Langsford, 62, giggling away during a surprise visit at 'The Fun Palace'

Hilarious: On Sunday, Rylan Clark, 34, enjoyed a ride on Eamonn Holmes’, 63, stair lift and left his wife Ruth Langsford, 62, giggling away during a surprise visit at ‘The Fun Palace’

While Rylan was sat at the top of the winding staircase, on the stair lift as it powered up, Ruth demanded: ‘Don’t bl**dy break it!’ 

Rylan asked: ‘Can I do it now? It’s the noise!’ as the stair lift made loud beeps while starting up, but as it began moving smoothly down, he confessed: ‘Oh, this is great 

The presenter began waving as he slowly descended, while Ruth could be heard giggling as she joked: ‘Excuse me is this Rylan, can I have your autograph?’ 

Rylan then quipped to Eamonn: ‘Can I just say… I know you’ve been through it, dad, but you’ve got an easy life here. Honestly, you could rent this out!’ to which Eamonn asserted: ‘It’s a fun palace.’ 

Better than medicine! The stalwart broadcaster admitted that the joyful reunion was 'better than medicine' after they 'laughed and laughed', as the duo shared their antics to Instagram

Better than medicine! The stalwart broadcaster admitted that the joyful reunion was ‘better than medicine’ after they ‘laughed and laughed’, as the duo shared their antics to Instagram

Rylan captioned his upload: ‘Well someone had to go and check out the tech…. @eamonnholmes . Good to see you on the mend.’ 

‘Welcome to The Fun Palace ! Great night my friend,’ commented Eamonn.

Sharing a snap of himself and Rylan to his Instagram page, Eamonn wrote: ‘Look who called in to see me today. What a surprise !!! Better than medicine u r Rylan my friend . Gosh we laughed and laughed.’ 

What's going on? While Rylan was sat at the top of the winding staircase, on the stair lift as it powered up, Ruth demanded: 'Don't bl**dy break it!'

What’s going on? While Rylan was sat at the top of the winding staircase, on the stair lift as it powered up, Ruth demanded: ‘Don’t bl**dy break it!’

Yikes! Rylan asked: 'Can I do it now? It's the noise!' as the stair lift made loud beeps while starting up, but as it began moving smoothly down, he confessed: 'Oh, this is great'

Yikes! Rylan asked: ‘Can I do it now? It’s the noise!’ as the stair lift made loud beeps while starting up, but as it began moving smoothly down, he confessed: ‘Oh, this is great’

The Northern Irish breakfast show anchor has been open with fans in explaining his health woes and most recent fall which broke his shoulder

Speaking to his Instagram followers, the host said in a sit-down video ahead of his GB News return: ‘Hello there everybody, just to say that after nearly four months away off the telly, I’m back tomorrow.

‘Sounds like a threat doesn’t it! No, I mean you may or may not be aware of what happened to me, I had back surgery, I’ve had disc problems.

‘I then got some back surgery which affected one of my legs which led to me falling down stairs, which led to me breaking my shoulder.

Joker! Rylan quipped: 'Can I just say... I know you've been through it, dad, but you've got an easy life here. Honestly, you could rent this out!' with Eamonn asserting: 'It's a fun palace'

Joker! Rylan quipped: ‘Can I just say… I know you’ve been through it, dad, but you’ve got an easy life here. Honestly, you could rent this out!’ with Eamonn asserting: ‘It’s a fun palace’

Married life: Eamonn's wife Ruth  (pictured together in 2021) could be heard giggling as she joked: 'Excuse me is this Rylan, can I have your autograph?'

Married life: Eamonn’s wife Ruth  (pictured together in 2021) could be heard giggling as she joked: ‘Excuse me is this Rylan, can I have your autograph?’

‘So I had a leg that didn’t work and a shoulder that didn’t work and lots of other things in-between but here I am.

‘I feel there are only so many box sets that I can watch and recommend to you – I’m not better, but I’m better than I was.

‘And I’ve decided to make an attempt to go back to work, on GB News from tomorrow on the basis that work will hopefully heal me.

‘Any of you that are long-term sick or in any way convalescing particularly at home will know that there’s a lot of frustration involved in it.

Oh dear: The Northern Irish breakfast show anchor has been open with fans in explaining his health woes and most recent fall which broke his shoulder

Oh dear: The Northern Irish breakfast show anchor has been open with fans in explaining his health woes and most recent fall which broke his shoulder

‘For me I think I’m going to give it a go, be back to work and hopefully get better as a result of doing day-to-day things.

‘So on a day-to-day basis all I need is you to be there, GB News, with Isabel, from tomorrow, from 6 through to 9.30am, hope you can join me,’ he said.

In November, his GB News co-host Isabel Webster revealed that he’ll be absent from work until the New Year as he recovers. 

Speaking about his injury, the much-loved Breakfast show anchor discussed the ‘amazing’ NHS workers he have been taking care of him throughout his ordeal.

Carrying on: Eamonn also insisted that he is 'determined' to keep speaking up for all of the people suffering with chronic pain

Carrying on: Eamonn also insisted that he is ‘determined’ to keep speaking up for all of the people suffering with chronic pain

Eamonn said of fracturing his shoulder during the fall: ‘It was a massive setback and means I’m going to need to take some extra time off to get myself better.

‘It’s been a hellish few weeks. But day by day I’m improving and I am remaining positive and trying to look on the bright side.’

Praising the NHS, Eamonn added: ‘Also, I really must say a heartfelt thank you to the doctors and nursing staff who have been looking after me. They all are amazing. God bless.’

Eamonn also insisted that he is ‘determined’ to keep speaking up for all of the people suffering with chronic pain. 

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