PUBLISHED: 00:01, Fri, Sep 4, 2020 | UPDATED: 00:07, Fri, Sep 4, 2020
This Morning presenter Ruth Langsford, 60, has opened up about how her sister Julia Johnson’s suicide affected her. Julia took her own life last year after suffering from depression.
Ruth explained her sister’s “tragic” death left her “with so many questions that can’t be answered”.
She said: “It still feels like yesterday that I lost my sister. When you lose somebody, it’s just horrible.
“But when someone takes their own life, it leaves you with so many questions that can’t be answered.
“It was tragic and difficult for all of us, but my sister wanted me to live a happy life.”
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Ruth Langsford has 'so many questions' about sister's tragic suicide (Image: ITV•TWITTER•RUTHLANGSFORD)
Ruth Langsford's sister Julia took her own life last year (Image: TWITTER•RUTHLANGSFORD)
Ruth went on to credit her husband Eamonn Holmes, 60, and her family for their support after she lost Julia.
She continued: “I’m lucky that I have a loving husband and a good family, and all I can do is live a happy life in her memory.”
Ruth also admitted she has “done a lot of crying” over her sister.
She added in Prima’s October issue: “You can’t spend your whole life crying.
Ruth Langsford opened up about her sister's death (Image: NICKYJOHNSTON)
Ruth Langsford credited her husband Eamonn Holmes for his support (Image: NICKYJOHNSTON)
“I’ve done a lot of crying over my sister. It’s not even a sense of saying, ‘Pull yourself together and get back to work,’ it’s just that you have to get on with your life and you can’t get on with it if you’re crying all day.sonos