EAMONN Holmes cheekily told Christine McGuinness today that he couldn't take his eyes off her balloons.
The presenter, 60, was interviewing the busty model on This Morning in a live link from her home when he spotted the Mother's Day balloons behind her.
He said: "I just couldn't take my eyes off your balloons. What's the occasion?"
Shrieking Christine, 32, told him off shouting: "Eamonn! They were for Mother's Day. Listen, my husband is not romantic, don't be fooled."
Eamonn added: "I thought it might have been your birthday or something. Where is he?"
Christine replied: "He's downstairs hopefully doing a PE class in the garden with the children whilst I'm at work."
Christine and her husband Paddy McGuinness have been homeschooling their three autistic children amid the coronavirus pandemic.
She admitted they are "struggling" in isolation and is "worried" about how long they'll have to stay inside.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star said Felicity, 4, and six-year-old twins Penelope and Leo are all finding it hard understanding the coronavirus crisis.
"It's really, really difficult," Christine said.
"We're trying to keep it really positive and fun but at home it's been really difficult trying to explain to the children that we have to stay indoors and can't go out.
"We have spent years encouraging them to go to places, now we're telling them to stay in. They are really struggling.
"My daughter Penelope really struggles with anxiety as well as autism. She's already gone really quiet and I'm not getting as much eye contact as normal.
"I am worried about what affect this is going to have if we're stuck in for another couple of months.
"But ultimately we've got to stay home to stay healthy and stay well."
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