TV’s Phillip Schofield has more than doubled his salary in a year, from £803,000 to £1.73million. The £927,000 rise for the ITV host, who fronts several shows, is revealed in newly published accounts and was largely due to Dancing On Ice’s return in January last year. Other sources of income for Phillip, 57, include 5 Gold Rings and also corporate deals with the supermarket chain Waitrose. But Holly Willoughby, his co-presenter on This Morning as well as Dancing On Ice, is likely to overtake him when her earnings for the 12 months to last November are revealed. Holly, 38, was awarded a £200,000 wage increase by bosses at This Morning in 2017 to match Phillip’s £600,000 after reports that she earned a third less than him. And her climb to become one of TV’s best-paid hosts was hugely helped by her stint on I’m A Celebrity as Ant McPartlin’s stand-in last year alongside Declan Donnelly. Holly paid herself and husband Dan Baldwin almost £1.7million from her TV firm last year. Her earnings nearly doubled from the previous year when she took £950,000 from the business, which channels her ITV income. Read More Showbiz editor’s picks Details of her pay were… Read full this story
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