Eamonn Holmes has opened up on his recent health woes and admits that he has to work hard to be able to walk as he discusses his feelings of resentment.Eamonn, 63, first started experiencing back pain two years ago and later suffered a dislocated pelvis, three slipped discs, and a trapped sciatic nerve.
The GB News presenter had spinal surgery last year, and while he was recuperating at home he fell down the stairs leaving him with chronic pain.
The broadcaster has underwent a series of treatments to try and aid the pain including epidural injections, physiotherapy, ice-cold showers, with the most recent being back stretching.
In an interview with The Mirror, Eamonn said: “I get resentful that I’m not the way I used to be but I just get on with it."He added: “I work hard at trying to walk.