Phillip Schofield prevents flooding ‘disaster’ at home during COVID isolation

Images above: Philip’s house in Grove Park

Celebrity TV presenter Phillip Schofield recently prevented a flooding ‘disaster’ at his Chiswick home after testing positive for coronavirus and being forced to self-isolate.

The Dancing On Ice star said on social media that while he was disappointed he was missing presenting his show, isolation had proved positive as it meant he was able to prevent his house flooding. flooded.

“Remind me not to turn on that light”, Schofield joked, after posting clip of water dripping through his spotlights. The lights were later removed from the ceiling and large square holes cut out to rectify the leak.

In a subsequent post he said: “Surprisingly I’m very calm. As they say in the movies, ‘Don’t look up.'”

The This Morning presenter used to live in Oxfordshire with his wife Stephanie and their two daughters Molly and Ruby. After he came out as gay in 2020, he moved into a new home in Chiswick.

Phillip has shared small glimpses inside his new home, which includes a glass roof in the conservatory and a fire pit in the garden.

Images above: a picture of the leak and the aftermath were posted to Phillip’s Instagram

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