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'You look too flushed for comfort!' Eamonn Holmes reacts to fan's fears about his health

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Eamonn Holmes announced he was leaving his position at ITV's This Morning to front his own show with GB News. But some fans have taken to the comments section where the latest promotional video for his programme was posted, insisting that the 62-year-old "does not look well" in the sneak peek.

One Twitter user remarked on Eamonn's face, claiming it was looking more "flushed" than usual, before directly tagging the former GMTV host to quiz him on his health."Look forward to watching and hope your health is improving.

Do keep on top of your blood pressure (and HbA1c level) though, you look a little too flushed for comfort in that clip," @CatheeAli wrote."Are you feeling okay?

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