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Phillip Schofield lost a friend after texting them something meant for wife Steph

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The This Morning presenter has been married since 1993

Sharnaz Shahid

Phillip Schofield has shocked This Morning viewers after he revealed that he lost a friend over an unintended textual content message. During the phone-in phase on Tuesday’s present, the presenter informed co-host Holly Willoughby and Vanessa Feltz: “I lost a friend because of it.” The admission comes because the trio talked about textual content blunders as the subject of their dialogue. Explaining how the message was imagined to be for his wife Stephanie Lowe, he stated: “I mean I still don’t regret that I did it. I was just being honest. But what I sent to Steph, went to the wrong person.”

Both Phillip and Steph have been married since 1993. They have since welcomed two youngsters collectively, their eldest daughter, Molly is 26, and their youngest, Ruby is 23. Although the TV star’s household keep out of the highlight, in 2017, Phillip filmed a TV sequence along with his wife known as Schofield’s South African Adventure. It was the primary time followers had seen the married couple on display screen collectively.

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Speaking to Christine Lampard on Lorraine about it, Phillip stated of his wife: “She worked in television years ago, that was how we met, so she can do it, she just doesn’t want to these days.” The couple have been first launched when Stephanie labored as a BBC manufacturing assistant, whereas Phillip was fronting youngsters’s tv. Last yr, Phillip and Steph celebrated their 25th wedding ceremony anniversary. At the time, the Dancing On Ice presenter shared a close-up photograph of one of many playing cards he acquired, and wrote: “2 birthdays and a Silver Wedding Anniversary in one week! That’s a lot of cards. Happy 25th Mrs S.”

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