Phillip Schofield made '£2.5million last year' £260k more than Holly Willoughby

Phillip Schofield reportedly made £2.5million last year, taking home £260k more than his This Morning co-star Holly Willoughby.

In figures obtained by The Sun Online, the ITV presenter’s Fistral Productions company reportedly saw an increase by £807,413.

The company’s net worth for last year was reported at £2,544,296 – comprising of £1,831,526 in cash, £1,247,758 in money owed to the firm and £534,988 expenses.

Although after deducting the cost of his bills, his firm was still left with £2.5m at the end of November 2019.

However, Holly’s business Roxcy Media made £546,928, making her firm worth £1,551,995.


Earlier figures also revealed that Holly’s firm comprised of £1,509,352 in cash and she was owed £597,382, which totalled to £2,106,734 in assets by February 2019.

Holly and Phillip, not only present This Morning and Dancing on Ice, but they both have other projects outside of their hosting duties.

Phillip revealed earlier this year that he was releasing a tell-all book after he came out as gay.

He also has done adverts for We Buy Any Car.

Phillip set up his film in 2010 and he described the nature of the business as ‘other business support service activities not elsewhere classified’.

Whereas Holly’s business was set up in 2008 and describes her firm as ‘television programme production activities’.

Metro.co.uk has reached out to Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby’s reps for comment.

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