Ruth Langsford has hit out at celebrities for not being honest about having plastic surgery.
The 61-year-old presenter has said that she herself hasn't had anything cosmetic done herself, joking that she would "ask for her money back" if she did.
While she said that she has no problem with people having 'tweakments', Ruth doesn't believe that people should lie about what they've done.
Ruth had joined husband Eamonn on the ITV show as they were about to speak about the rise of men receiving "tweakments" ahead of returning back to work.
She told viewers: "Before you ask, no I haven't had anything done. As I said, if I'd had something done I'd be asking for my money back!"
Eamonn told her: "Darling, you don't need anything."
She continued: "The thing is, you see yourself a lot when you're on the telly and you see yourself a lot in magazines.
"Obviously there are lots of times where you think you could do with a bit of something but I'm trying to age as graceful as I can."
"Age appropriate, darling," Eamonn told her.
Ruth said: "I have no problem with anyone do anything they want, I think people should admit to it rather than say they drink lots of water, that's all."
Ahead of speaking to a 41-year-old HGV driver about his choice to get Botox, Eamonn admitted that fans had been asking him on Twitter whether he had had any work done.
Turning to Ruth, Eamonn said: "How many tweets did I get two weeks ago when I came back to do this show saying, 'Eamonn's looking very good, he must have had treatment! He must have had a tweakment! He must have had Botox!'"
Ruth quipped: "I'd have been asking for my money back if I had!"
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Eamonn remarked: "No, I just have a fat round face, that's all it is."
Pinching his cheek, Ruth said: "It's lovely!"
He continued: "Yeah, it was all - 'He's looking a bit too fresh, if you ask me!'"
Ruth said: "But there are a lot of men in the public eye who do have tweakments but don't ever talk about it. But it is happening."
*This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV