By Juliet Smith

13th November 2019

Phillip Schofield Daughters And Wife – Who Are They?

Who are Phillip Schofield‘s daughters and wife? We’re about to find out…

Not only is he one of the nation’s favourite day time telly presenters, the ITV icon is also a family man.

We’re taking a look at Phillip Schofield’s life away from the cameras and delving into his roles as a husband and a father of two daughters.

We already know a fair amount about The Cube star, so, let’s find out a little more about his wife and kids…

 

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Escaped the @hinthunt Zen Room with 4 minutes and 50 seconds to spare!!! #sweating

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Who Is His Wife?

Stephanie Lowe, 55, and Phil have been married for 26 years (1993) and they live in Henley-on-Thames.

The couple met when Stephanie worked for the BBC as a production assistant. Although Stephanie likes to keep a low profile and has now left the TV industry, in 2017, she took up the opportunity to join Phillip to South Africa, where they filmed an adventure documentary together.

 

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Despite not working in television for years, Stephanie didn’t turn down the opportunity to accompany Phillip to South Africa where they filmed a documentary together. The show, called Schofield’s South African Adventures, saw the married couple dive into the local culture, enjoying wine tasting, abseiling and joined a group of drummers.

She also starred with him on How To Spend Well At Christmas, a programme where she helped him to test out products which might make good Christmas gifts.

Who Are His Daughters?

Phillip and Stephanie have two daughters, Molly, 26, and Ruby, 23.

Molly works as an assistant talent manager at James Grant group – the company who manage her dad and Holly Willoughby as well as a whole host of other ITV presenters. Unsurprisingly, Schofe’s eldest has around 50k followers on Instagram.

 

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Ruby, Phil’s youngest, studied Business, Biology and History at a £11,000 a term private boarding school, before getting into Leeds Becket University to study for a degree in Psychology.

As well as being academic, Ruby also volunteers for charities, including The Chiltern Centre, a charity for disabled children, and she raised £15,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust by trekking to Machu Pichuu.

Speaking of his relationship with his daughters, Philip said:

“I’m very proud of the fact that my daughters keep me very current. Both of them have great taste in music and play stuff that I maybe haven’t heard before.

”I was driving Ruby back to uni [university] and she said, ‘You’ve got to listen to this’. Ruby and her mates discovered it just before it broke – Megan Trainor’s ‘All About That Bass’.

”As we listened to it … I can remember I said, oh my God, this is incredible. And I thank Ruby for introducing me to that, way before anybody else!”

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