Eamonn Holmes and son Jack make rare appearance together at Manchester United event

Eamonn Holmes and his son Jack have made a rare appearance together at a Manchester United event.

The father and son attended the World Premiere of Robbo: The Bryan Robson Story at Home Cinema in Manchester together.

The TV host looked as dapper as ever as he wore a smart black suit with a matching black tie and white shirt.

He was also holding a walking stick as he recovers from his recent health difficulties.

The star has been having health issues since March this year when he dislocated his pelvis and suffered three slipped disks in his back.

Jack, 19, tends to stay out of the public eye but looked just as smart as his dad as he wore a similar black suit with a black tie.

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Jack is Eamonn and his wife Ruth Langsford's son together.

The film ROBBO tells the story of the career of English football manager and former Manchester United and England player Bryan Robson.

Other stars at the premiere included Sir Alex Ferguson, 79, Michael Carrick, 40, Harry Maguire, 28, Steve Bruce, 60 and Wayne Rooney, 36.

Eamonn has been open about his health troubles and how they have caused him to struggle to walk, recently appearing on ITV's Loose Women to speak about the situation he is in.

He said: "I don't like to complain, but it's three slipped discs. Actually I have to come on here with a crutch, that's the way I am at the moment.

"Honestly the thing about this, we can sit about me and I've got steroid injections and everything is ok and hopefully I'll be ok, but for me it's amazing to see how many of you are suffering from chronic pain, doesn't matter if you're a man, woman, young old."

The star said the pain makes it difficult for him to sleep at night while his wife Ruth sleeps without a problem.

He added: "I couldn't sleep at night, lying there at night while Ruth was sound asleep next to me and it was awful, it was honestly awful.

"I'm six weeks down the road with that, I've got the injections that takes away the acute pain. It's a blessing, but the physicality of not being able to stand straight, but I'm going to do a rehabilitation to get better."

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