Phillip Schofield has shared a sweet photo with his youngest daughter Ruby.
The This Morning presenter, 56, posted the snap to Instagram showing himself and Ruby sporting similar reflective jackets.
Phil told his fans that Ruby, 22, had received a white jacket for Christmas so he decided to dig around in his wardrobe and find his orange reflective coat from 25 years ago!
Posing in their jackets, Phil and Ruby beamed for the camera.
Phil captioned the post: “Ruby got a reflective jacket for Christmas… so I found mine from 25 years ago.. #fashioncycle.”
Fans were amused by the picture, with many poking fun at Phil for keeping the jacket for over two decades.
One person said: “How deep is that wardrobe @schofe???” while another wrote: “Haha that’s ace!”
A third joked: “Who keeps a jacket for 25 years?!” followed by a string of laughing face emojis.
Phil and his wife Stephanie are also a parents to 25-year-old daughter Molly.
Last week, Molly shared a snap of herself and her famous dad celebrating Christmas.
The pic sees proud dad Phil smiling as he cuddled up to Molly.
Molly captioned the post: “Love you @schofe 💚❤️.”
Meanwhile, at the weekend, Phil made an emotional farewell to the longtime home of ITV studios with his This Morning co-star Holly Willoughby.
The duo marked the centre’s closing, after nearly 50 years, in a behind-the-scenes TV special called The London Studios: Home of the Stars.
In the pre-recorded show aired on Saturday (December 29), Phil struggled to talk and appeared to be fighting back tears as he reflected on his final moments at the South Bank studio.
He admitted: “I got a bit teary then. I couldn’t turn back around. It’s mad.”
Holly agreed that there was a lot to be emotional about, adding: “There’s lots of memories in these four walls. A lot has happened here.”
Phil then showed viewers a personalised cushion printed with a pic of his late dad, who passed away in 2008, taken on site.
He choked up as he reflected on the “special memories” created at the studios, which he called “the beating heart of ITV”.
The hour-long TV special, presented by X Factor’s Dermot O’Leary, saw a number of other hosts share memories from throughout the years, including Eamonn Holmes, Lorraine Kelly and the stars of Loose Women, along with celebrities like Paul O’Grady, Davina McCall and Jonathan Ross.
ITV’s South Bank studios closed down in the summer to relocate to White City.
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