Phillip Schofield is reportedly writing another memoir.
Phillip Schofield is set to release a tell-all memoir following his affair scandal that saw him leave This Morning after 20 years, according to reports.
The British presenter has been keeping a low profile since it was revealed that he was having an affair with a younger man, who also worked on the ITV show.
The book will allegedly focus on the scandal, the fallout, and the impact it has had on the presenter’s life.
The presenter reportedly wants to tell “his side of the story” and believes publishing a memoir is the best way to share it.
A source told The Mirror:
“Phil has had several approaches by book publishers – including Hodder & Stoughton – about a new memoir, in which he talks more fully about This Morning, Holly, and how his career at ITV imploded.”
He also hopes the memoir will help “draw a line under” what has happened to him this year.
“He made it clear in the conversation that he would like the chance to tell his story in full,” the source said.
“In some ways to draw a line under what has happened, but that he would not do so without the approval of his family,” he said.
However, the presenter won’t publish anything until he gets approval from his ex-wife and his daughters.
The former This Morning host said his mental health took such a knock after the scandal. He said he was “mentally broken” following the scandal, but hopes he can move on from it one day.
The tell-all book won’t be Schofield’s first memoir. The presenter released a memoir titled ‘Life’s What You Make It’ in 2020.
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