Phillip Schofield bags £1million pay rise – but Holly Willoughby is soon set to overtake him

Phillip Schofield bags £1million pay rise – but Holly Willoughby is soon set to overtake him

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PHILLIP Schofield more than doubled his take home salary this year with earnings of £1.73m.

The television presenter raked in the huge sum from his own company after fronting This Morning, Dancing on Ice, a special Christmas show and corporate deals.

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It is a £927,000 increase from his earnings from the year before which stood at £803,000 according to filed accounts.

The Sunday Mirror also claims Phillip’s earnings were boosted by 5 Gold Rings and a lucrative deal with Waitrose.

But while Phillip’s earnings have soared, he is set to be overtaken by This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby.

Holly was reportedly given a £200,000 pay rise from ITV bosses in 2017 to bring her in line with Phillip’s own £600,000 earnings following reports of the disparity.

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Holly and Dan took home huge amounts last year

And by the time her accounts are filed this time her earnings will be boosted further by her stint on I’m A Celebrity where she stood in for Ant McPartlin alongside Dec.

Last year her and husband Dan Baldwin earned £1.7m from their company that channels her earnings.

They doubled from the £950,000 that she took home the year before and since then Holly has become a financial powerhouse.

She also appears on Celebrity Juice and has deals with Marks and Spencer as well as her roles on This Morning and Dancing on Ice.

The couple split their earnings from the company with Dan owning a fifth and Holly the rest.

Holly’s dividend was £1,355,784 while Dan’s was £338,946.

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