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This Morning presenters Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes welcomed former host Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan onto the show to talk about their selections for their book club.
As Judy spoke about their selections from her home which she shares with Richard, fans couldn't help but notice how intently Richard looked at her while she was talking.
He was seen looking at her while sitting right next to her, and it didn't take long for viewers to take to social media to comment on his habit.
One posted: "The way Richard is staring at her is making me feel uneasy."
Another added: "Looking at her for a menacingly long time there."
A third said: "Richard has a weird way of staring at Judy when she’s speaking."
A fourth chipped in: "Just me that finds it a touch weird, the way Richard looks at Judy when she's chatting?"
A fifth swooned: "The way Richard looks at his beloved Judy."
Another agreed: "Find you a man that looks at you the way Richard looks at Judy."
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- This Morning
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