Eamonn Holmes says Ruth Langsford’s late sister was ‘tortured by depression’

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Eamonn Holmes has opened up in regards to the tragic suicide of his spouse Ruth Langsford’s sister Julia.

The This Morning host, 60, stated his late sister-in-law was “tortured by psychological despair” earlier than she was discovered lifeless at her dwelling in Surrey in June final 12 months.

He has admitted that Ruth, who took day off from the ITV chat present following the tragedy, felt responsible when Julia, 62, took her personal life.

Chatting with the Daily Star, Eamonn stated: “Sudden demise is a really, very ­tough factor to take care of, and with Julia you already know, she was simply essentially the most beautiful, gentile, variety particular person.

Ruth Langsford and her late sister Julia

Ruth and her husband Eamonn Holmes

“I usually used to joke to her and Ruth that I received the fallacious sister, however she was a beautiful, beautiful particular person – tortured by psychological despair.

“Ruth was very caring, very loving to her and I believe there can usually be a guilt if you assume, ‘Ought to I’ve been there? The place was I?'”

He added: “You’ll be able to’t press the rewind ­button and what I’d actually say is that we had been at all times very supportive.

Ruthwith her mum and sister

“We had been a loving household, Ruth couldn’t have carried out extra for her sister, and I believe you already know, it takes numerous getting over that, numerous getting over.”

A heartbroken Ruth introduced her sister’s demise on Twitter.

She wrote: “My beautiful Sis Julia has sadly died after a really lengthy sickness.

Eamonn stated Ruth felt ‘responsible’ after her sister died

“My coronary heart is totally damaged. She was the kindest and most light soul and I’ll miss her eternally.

“As I’m positive you’ll respect I must take time to grieve with my household. Thanks on your understanding.”

An inquest into her demise in November discovered that Julia took her personal life.

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