GB News presenter Eamonn Holmes has shared a health update with fans, revealing that he feels "helpless" always relying on loved ones for help.

The former This Morning star, who is married to Loose Woman Ruth Langsford, revealed that his health is improving after suffering a fall that saw him lose much of his mobility.

He said that he can now walk up to 50 steps, adding that this was a huge improvement after "losing full mobility".

He had recently learned how to accept help from others but said this made him feel "helpless" at times.

Eamonn Holmes says he felt 'helpless' and drained always relying on others after fall

When asked during an interview with Best Magazine how he felt needing help from loved ones, he said:  "Humble, helpless but grateful. However, it’s truly draining when you have to say, ‘do you mind? Could you...? Thank you, I’m sorry.’

"The good news is the op last year cured me of my back pain…I lost full mobility. I’m doing everything I can to get better. But it’s slow.”

Earlier this year, Eamonn Holmes took to social media to share an update on his health, telling users: "You may or may not be aware of what happened to me. I got some back surgery, I’ve had disc problems for a year and a half or so, and then got some back surgery, which affected one of my legs, which led to me falling downstairs, led to me breaking my shoulder.

"So I had a leg that didn't work and a shoulder that didn't work, and lots of other things in between."

Currently, the former This Morning star and GB News presenter relies on a mobility scooter to get around, bringing him some freedom to leave his home.

Responding to unsavoury reactions from some members of the public, he said: "Well, some people were mocking me on social media last night. ‘Oh, look at Eamonn, he’s in a mobility scooter!’ I replied, saying ‘I would prefer if I wasn’t in it but how else would I have got around?’

"The alternative is I don’t go anywhere, and I sit in my armchair, work in the office. So, I go out…It’s mentally uplifting to get out."