EAMONN Holmes has shared a heartbreaking personal health update – as his fans urge him to 'keep going'.
The television presenter, 63, shared the update following his recent back operation in a bid to ease his 'chronic pain'.
He told fans that his latest physio session was "very tiring" and how his lack of mobility forces him to rely on others.
Eamonn currently has to rely on using crutches to help him walk.
"Worked hard at my physio this morning," said the GB news star. "Very tiring but I've now sat on my backside for 5 hours and feel bad about doing nothing."
He continued: "Lack of mobility & depending on others stops me doing really simple things.
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"For peace of mind I feel another round of foot exercises coming on."
Fans of the former This Morning presenter quickly rushed to the comments section to wish him well and and urge him to not give up.
One said: "Hang in there, Eamonn! I’m sure you’ll be on Strictly soon enough! X"
Another replied: "Aww,bless you, don't be too hard on yourself, being in pain is horrible."
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"Keep going, progress is progress Eamonn," said a third.
While a fourth said: "All the very best, I know what you're going through x."
Eamonn – who is married to Loose Women's Ruth Langsford – won't return to television until 2023 after he suffered a major setback in his recovery.
He previously revealed how a horror fall resulted left him with a fractured shoulder.
The star made his first public appearance in months when he attended Piers Morgan's Christmas party.
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