Ruth Langsford apologises to guest as Eamonn mocks her breast milk jewellery

This Morning fans felt sick to their stomachs after a guest appeared on the programme to unveil her own handcrafted jewellery which was made from her own breast milk.

Host Eamonn Holmes couldn't really grasp the concept as he introduced jewellery enthusiast Alison Hawthorn and got carried away.

He said: "Welcome Alison, who makes jewellery from her breast milk and other bodily fluids such as secretions and pubic hair."

Unhappy with his claims, Ruth interjected: "No, no it's not," before turning to Alison to add: "I'm so sorry."

Online fans were also not enamoured with the idea, either and took to their keyboards to air their thoughts.

"I feel sick #ThisMorning there's some weird people out there," read one tweet.

Another added: "Can't work out if this is great idea or just strange thing to do with breast milk #ThisMorning."

A third penned: "I doubt it was her idea there are loads of sites for breast milk jewellery on google. #ThisMorning"

While a forth explained: "My breakfast has just come back up #ThisMorning."

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