THIS Morning host Phillip Schofield cosied up with his daughters Molly and Ruby on Father's Day.

The pair took him out for lunch in a very appropriate place – a swish restaurant at Television Centre.


The giant studios in west London are where Phillip worked in his BBC days – and still does now he's fronting This Morning.

He posed with the pair over Sunday lunch at The Broadcaster, where a beef roast costs £21.

Phillip posted a shot of them together writing: "My girls are treating me to lunch 🥰 🥰."

Ruby, 26, and Molly, 29, are Phillip's only children with wife Stephanie Lowe.

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The star is known to be very close to both of them with Molly even working alongside him as a talent manager at YMU group, which represents him.

The family often go to showbiz parties and premieres together and jet off on fabulous holidays.

In 2018 they all went to the Maldives and shared numerous pictures of their family time together.

And when the star came out, he told This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby: "It wasn't easy [telling my daughters].

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"But they are so amazing in their love and support. They jumped up and gave me a hug, a big hug, a long hug. They hugged Steph and said, 'It's OK, this is fine.'

“We’ll always be a family. Always, us four, is what we call ourselves.”


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