Eamonn Holmes was only just six weeks ago undergoing treatment for his long-term back condition, but has now expressed his fears over needing further surgery. The GB News anchor, 62, has openly spoken on his health woes over the past year and shared he had felt “pretty low” after being forced to take time off for his recovery in a Belfast hospital.Speaking on his current state, Eamonn said: “Just six weeks earlier I was lying in a hospital bed in Belfast undergoing treatment on a long-term back condition.“Many nights were spent wondering if and when I’d be back on TV, doing the job I love.“I was forced to watch the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations on the Telly rather than presenting from Buckingham Palace. I felt pretty low.“How would I recover? How long would I be off? What might the future hold? Yet life has a funny way of working itself out in the end - especially if you can try and stay positive," he explained.However, Eamonn was thankful to the NHS for helping him to recover and “continuing” in the right direction with his health.He continued: “Okay, I might not be taking part in the Iron Man Challenge anytime soon.
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