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Phillip Schofield has promised to take fans behind the scenes of his own household in his new publication.

Exclusively The Sunday Mirror raised the lid on the ITV’s daytime presenter landing pound & a;1.5million agreement to write a tell-all book about his life after he arrived out as homosexual.

Lockdown has contributed the TV feeling that the time and the opportunity to write everything down that went behind the scenes of his life, livelihood, family members and friends.

Shockwaves were shipped via the showbiz world when Phil declared he was gay after being married for almost 27 years into Steph and increasing their grown up brothers.

In a piece to camera, the This Morning superstar explained he was not capable to write this novel until he’d come out about his sexuality to the whole world.



Phillip Schofield gives volatile specifics behind the scenes of their household life

He stated:”[In 2017] I delivered it to some friends and they stated OMG you need to write this and I stated I could not, you understand why. And then my life changed…

“[It goes] behind the scenes of my entire life and career as well as my loved ones and my buddies the downs and ups there happen to be. I’ve been truthful and I’ve been me”

Titled Life Is What You Make It, the book will hit the shelves in October this season.



Exclusively The Sunday Mirror raised the lid on the ITV’s daytime presenter landing pound & a;1.5million agreement to write a tell-all book about his life after he arrived out as homosexual

Phil reveled in telling supporters he was requested to write a novel many times through recent years.

The brand new budding writer said the book was a “work in progress” over recent years.

He wrote:”After being requested several times, and after several years of wanting to, I’ve written my autobiography. I wrote the very first line of this publication, in my mind, when I had been around 14.



Phil reveled in telling fans he’d been asked to compose a novel many times over the decades

“It took me before 2017 I’d like to finally write the first chapter and then I stopped since time wasn’t correct. It has been something of a work in progress!

“Over years I have been making notes of those tales and events of my own life which I believed would tell my own story.

“Finally, at Lockdown, I understood that all of the parts of the jigsaw was set into place and that I was prepared to write – a brand new discovery… plenty of free time!

“It has become a thrilling encounter, both astounding fun and profoundly psychological. Finally, after all the yearsI’m glad it’s gone out of my mind, to the webpage ”

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