Glastonbury fans poke fun at Phillip Schofield with flags as Holly parties in snazzy jacket

Glastonbury fans poke fun at Phillip Schofield with flags as Holly parties in snazzy jacket

Festival goers have poked fun at Phillip Schofield whilst his former co-star Holly Willoughby parties at the event. Flags have been hoisted by attendees at Glastonbury Festival showing an image of Philip during his first interview regarding his affair.

During the interview the former This Morning presenter said he was vaping so much to cope with the stress that he had blistered his hands. It was also during this interview that he explained he had been drinking Southern Comfort whiskey liqueur since revealing his affair with a younger male colleague.

Meanwhile, Holly Willoughby flew to Worthy Farm by helicopter and was seen enjoying herself in a VIP section, where she was wearing a jacket understood to be worth around £1,000. Meanwhile, Phil has recently been spotted in Cornwall looking “very tired” as he clutched a carrier bag while still wearing his wedding ring, reports Birmingham Live.

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During his interview last month, Philip said: “I am not sleeping, I am not eating. There’s a lot of Southern Comfort. My mind is in constant, utter turmoil. I think back to regrets, forwards to… What do I do now? What I am going to do now?

“I’ve been vaping, a lot”, he said as he showed the blisters and calluses on his hands. “I didn’t realise until suddenly it hurt, but I’ve been sitting looking up at the sky or out of the window, just staring into space. I just sit on the sofa and stare. I realise by doing that, I’ve blistered both hands.”

Schofield, 61, resigned from ITV and was dropped by his talent agency YMU after admitting to an “unwise but not illegal” affair with a younger male colleague on the show. Since his resignation, This Morning has been plagued with allegations of “toxicity.”

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  • June 24, 2023