Phillip Schofield investigated the Morning Caller on her coming-out journey in an unearthed interview
“How did your family react?” Phillip Schofield interviewed this Morning caller on her coming-out trip in a gripping excavated interview … three years before he announced he was gay
Phillip Schofield interviewed a This Morning caller about hatching in an unearthed interview in 2017, before announcing that he was gay three years later.
On Friday, TV presenter 57 went to Instagram and appeared in the magazine show to confirm that he was gay, in news that the nation was shocked because he suffered “inner conflict” and is now ready to “celebrate and be proud.” ‘on his sexuality.
In the 2017 interview, Phillip and his co-star Holly Willoughby talked to viewers about what they would tell their younger self, with a caller named Nik Phil getting into a gripping discussion about hatching.
Last week Phillip, who shares the daughters Molly (27), and Ruby (24) with his wife Stephanie, spoke this morning about his secrets and the relief of hatching – something that was reflected in his interview.
When the TV stars asked the caller what she would do, she replied: “I would tell my 18-year-old self that it’s okay to be you. I knew I was gay at the age of 18 …
“I was so embarrassed that I couldn’t tell you how embarrassed I was getting married and having children, and it took me 37 to realize who I really was.”
Holly asked, “What happened to your life then?” Before the caller answered, “I left my husband and it was all very friendly and I met a woman and we’re going to celebrate four years of marriage in March.” I’ve never been so happy. “
Concern: Phillip Schofield investigated a This Morning caller about hatching in an unearthed interview in 2017, before announcing that he was gay three years later
Deep in thought, Phillip asked, “What about the reaction of the family, how did your family react?” To which the caller said, “Very well. I was worried…
“And I don’t know why, because my father and mother were very cool when I finally came out, they were so happy because they always knew something was wrong …
“Great, my mother died about a year and a half after I met her, she knew I was happy.”
Phillip Holly’s best friend said, “While you can’t go back and talk to your 18-year-old self, but there will be a lot of people starting this journey or feeling similar feelings, what would you say to them?”
A friend in need … On Friday, the TV presenter, 57, went to Instagram and appeared in the magazine show to confirm that he was gay, in news that the nation was shocked because he was suffering from “inner conflict” and now ready is at ‘four and be proud’ of his sexuality
Nik continued: ‘I would say that nobody cares! I felt that everyone would care about me and nobody would want me, but nobody cares about me. when people take care of you, they only take care of you, they don’t care who you go out with or who you live with. “
Phillip then pushed: “Not all families are like yours, some families care, you have to be careful how you do such a thing.”
The caller said: “Ultimately, your happiness is the most important thing. You have to be selfish, you don’t have to rub it in people’s faces …
“I strongly believe that if people love you, they want you to be happy and if that makes you happy, it doesn’t matter.”
Pained: Phillip then pushed: “Not all families are like yours, some families care, you have to be careful how you do such a thing”