Ruth Langsford, 59, and her husband Eamonn Holmes, 59, were back to present the last week of this summer’s instalments of the popular daytime show.
After discussing a variety of topics on This Morning, the pair were joined by soap expert Sharon Marshall, 47, to talk about upcoming storylines.
As well as discussing what viewers can expect to see in the coming week, the two talk abut next week’s episodes as spoilers dropped earlier today.
Turning to the dramas in the village of Emmerdale, Sharon explained how characters Moira Dingle (played by Natalie J Robb) and Nate Robinson (Jurrell Carter) will be caught out in the midst of an intimate moment.
With Nate cheating on his girlfriend Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson), it could only be her mother Kerry Wyatt (Laura Norton) who makes the shocking discovery.
Sharon was telling Ruth and Eamonn about the incriminating scenes, with a picture of a half-naked Nate lay on top of Moira presented on the screen.
“I want to show you this photo of mucky Moira and Nate because it’s stepping up a bit. That’s them in the caravan,” Sharon said.
After talking about the ins and outs of the storyline, Ruth remarked: “That’s quite a compromising position, isn’t it.”
The soap expert and host then began giggling as they struggled to talk about the intimate scene post-watershed.
“Well, you could argue she just had something stuck in her throat,” Sharon quipped, with Ruth breaking down into further hysterics.
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Adding to the comical moment, Ruth quipped: “He was just trying to suck it out,” with Sharon struggling to keep it together.
After Eamonn suggested they move onto the next show, Sharon said: “Let’s move on to the safety of serial killers on Hollyoaks because it’s a much easier one to deal with on daytime TV.”
The soap expert managed to get to the end of the spoiler segment without any more hiccups.
On yesterday’s show, Eamonn was left horrified when the presenters were given a weather forecast for the next six months and beyond.
Following the bank holiday heatwave, the hosts were keen to know when the latest bout of hot weather would be coming to an end.
Weather man Dave explained it wouldn’t be long until the summer sun disappears, with an electrical storm lying in its wake.
Asked by Eamonn how he came to such assumptions, Dave said: “Nature, nature has prepared everything ahead for… I’m going to stray on a bit now we’ve got a hard winter to come.
“From the second week in January to the second week in March, the Beast from the East will be nothing,” the weatherman remarked, leaving the presenters stumped.
“Oh my word,” Eamonn could be heard uttering under his breath.
“Well thanks for cheering us all up Dave and make the most… I suppose Dave’s real advice there is make the most of today because it ain’t gonna last.”
This Morning airs weekdays at 10.30am on ITV.