The presenter, 63, announced that he is set to preside over the wedding of the former Coronation Street actor, also 63, who played Jim McDonald in the soap.
Charlie is set to tie the knot with his long-time fiancée Debbie Stanley, who he has been engaged to for over a decade.
'I can't go to a hotel where someone doesn't come up and tap me on the shoulder and say, "my daughter's getting married in the next room, you know, you wouldn't go in and see them or whatever".
Privileged: Eamonn Holmes, 63, has revealed that he has been asked to officiate his good friend Charlie Lawson's, 63, wedding
Old flame: The broadcaster, shared that he was asked to preside over the ceremony by the Corrie star, who played Jim McDonald (pictured) in the soap
'I got a phone call from a dear friend [Charlie] two weeks ago whose wedding I was going to and he said to me, "we don't just want you to go to the wedding, we want you to conduct the ceremony".
'So I've buried George Best, right? So his family phoned me and said, "we don't want a priest or anything but we want you to do George's funeral ceremony."
'And now I'm going to marry Charlie Lawson, Jim McDonald from Coronation Street.
'So there you are. I should maybe become some sort of preacher.'
Charlie took to Instagram on Monday to share a photo of his soon-to-be wife and captioned his post: 'The girl I'm gonna marry very soon'.
He first appeared in Coronation Street in October 1989 and was a regular until 2000 and made brief comebacks between 2003 and 2018.
During this run, his character Jim was in and out of prison, resulting in long periods away from the show.
Charlie's happily ever after comes he lost his late wife Lesley Bond who was battling with prescription drug and alcohol addiction.
Exciting: The presenter revealed on Tuesday morning that he was asked by Charlie's family to not just be at the wedding, but to conduct it
Good pals: Charlie and Eamonn were last pictured at a wedding together in June enjoying each other's company
Soon to be married: Charlie is about to tie the knot with his long-time fiancée Debbie Stanley, who he has been engaged to for over a decade
Not long! Charlie took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a photo of his soon-to-be wife and captioned his post: 'The girl I'm gonna marry very soon'
Legend: Charlie first appeared in Coronation Street in October 1989 and was a regular until 2000 and made brief comebacks between 2003 and 2018
Lesley died in 2010 of hypothermia following a fall at age 55, a year after he was dating his now fiancé Debbie.
In 2019, The Daily Mirror revealed that Charlie had to part ways with Lesley before she died because 'it was becoming too dangerous being with her'.
In June, it was revealed that the actor is still being chased for thousands of pounds after his posh deli went bust - and now could be dragged to court.
Official documents have revealed that legal action is being prepared against the actor to recoup the money owed.
The Soap star opened Prestbury's Farm Shop in Cheshire with Debbie in 2010 and was often seen behind the counter serving artisan cheese, meat and game.
But in 2018, a voluntary liquidator was appointed after the outfit went bust and accounts at Companies House showed the business had equipment assets of just over £700 with only £24.91 in the bank, while owing £37,000.
And a report filed this month has revealed that the firm liquidating the company is struggling to be paid.
The document reveals: 'During the period of this report, no further monies have been received in respect of the payment of the costs of liquidation.
Ex: Charlie's happily ever after comes he lost his late wife Lesley Bond who was battling with prescription drug and alcohol addiction (stock image)
'To date, the sum of £33,160 has been paid in this regard and the balance of £1,340 is being pursued. As a response has not been received from the guarantor, solicitors have been instructed to collect the amount owed.'
A previous report revealed that cash was owed to a turkey farm, wine suppliers, an energy company and firms as far afield as France.
The Northern Ireland-born actor has had financial troubles previously.
In 2001 he had to declare himself bankrupt, owing nearly £200,000 to the Inland Revenue and finance firms.
MailOnline has contacted the star's representatives for comment.