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Phillip Schofield Reminds Us To Not ‘Judge People’

Phillip Schofield reminds us not to 'judge people' as you do not know what they are going through in life, while he prepares to release his tell-all autobiography titled 'Life's What You Make It'.

Phillip Schofield reminds us not to ‘judge people’ as you do not know what they are going through in life, while he prepares to release his tell-all autobiography titled ‘Life’s What You Make It’.

At the start of July Phillip announced that he is going to release a very impassioned autobiography in October and he had been wanting to write it for a very long time.

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He took to social media recently and reposted a quote on his Instagram story which said: “Don’t judge people. You never know what battle they are fighting.” To which he commented: “So important Jo,” aimed at the person who originally posted the picture. –

Phillip Schofield Reminds Us To Not 'Judge People'
Phillip Schofield Instagram post. / Picture Courtesy of Instagram.

While Phillip Schofield has been taking a break from the ITV show he has been busy finishing his tell-all autobiography which he never thought he would do.

Phillip said that he had written the first line ‘when [he] was 14’ and said it was a ‘deeply emotional’ experience to write it.

In both a video and its caption, Phillip explained: “After being asked many times, and after many years of wanting to, I have written my autobiography.”

“I wrote the first line of the book, in my head, when I was about 14. It took me until 2017 for me to finally write the first chapter and then I stopped because the time wasn’t right.” – Phillip added.

Phillip went on to say: “It has certainly been something of a work in progress! Over the years I have been making notes of the stories and events of my life that I thought would tell my story.”

“Finally, in Lockdown, I knew that all the pieces of the jigsaw had been put into place and I was ready to write – that and a new discovery… lots of free time!” – Phillip added.

Phillip said that it was a ‘fascinating experience’, which was ‘both immense fun and deeply emotional’ and that after such a long time he is ‘happy it’s gone from [his] head to the page’.

Phillip concluded by saying that he had ‘been honest’ and been himself in the autobiography, as he urged his followers to pre-order the book. –

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After being asked many times, and after many years of wanting to, I have written my autobiography. I wrote the first line of the book, in my head, when I was about 14. It took me until 2017 for me to finally write the first chapter and then I stopped because the time wasn’t right. It has certainly been something of a work in progress! Over the years I have been making notes of the stories and events of my life that I thought would tell my story. Finally, in Lockdown, I knew that all the pieces of the jigsaw had been put into place and I was ready to write – that and a new discovery… lots of free time! It has been a fascinating experience, both immense fun and deeply emotional. Finally, after all these years, I’m happy it’s gone from my head, to the page. I’ve been honest and I’ve been me. Thank you @michaeljbooks @penguinukbooks. Published this October but available to pre-order now using the link in my bio #LifesWhatYouMakeIt

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The autobiography will most likely delve into his 27-year marriage with wife Stephanie Lowe, as well as his decision to reveal live on This Morning in February that he is gay.

Phillip and Stephanie are parents to Molly, 27, and Ruby, 24. He has no plans to leave his family as they fully support him and he still loves his wife very much.

The This Morning presenter had previously revealed he had thought he had the ‘perfect life’ after getting married and raising his two children, and he said that he did not want anything to get in the way of his and their happiness.

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Though he was ‘naive’ to think he could suppress his sexuality when he married Stephanie, Phillip also admitted that he had battled depression as he struggled with his sexuality, but speaking to his friends in private helped him come to terms with it.

Taking to Instagram he wrote about his decision to come out, he said: “With the strength and support of my wife and daughters, I have been coming to terms with the fact that I am gay.”

“My inner conflict contrasts with an outside world that has changed so very much for the better. Today, quite rightly, being gay is a reason to celebrate and be proud.” – Phillip added.

So remember that everyone is going through their own struggles in life so ‘don’t judge people’, ‘Life’s What You Make it’ so take each moment as it comes and make sure to support each other through the ups and downs.

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Jasmine
Jasmine
3 years ago

I can’t wait for October! He should make a podcast of this, his voice is so calming.

Trevor
Trevor
3 years ago

That’s so true, always looked at life from the perspective that you really don’t know what others are going through. Always be kind and encouraging 🙌

Bekkie
Bekkie
3 years ago

What an inspiration, takes a lot of courage.

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