Phillip Schofield has ‘fallen away’ as an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust.

The news comes as Schofield recently admitted to having had an affair with a “younger male colleague” who was working on the ITV show at the time.

He has since resigned from ITV entirely after stepping down as presenter of the show and was sacked by his management YMU after 35 years.

King Charles III. founded charity said it was “no longer appropriate” to work with Schofield.

According to the PA news agency, a spokesman for The Prince’s Trust said: “In light of Phillip’s recent admissions, we agree with him that working together is no longer appropriate.”

ITV confirms it has been investigating “rumors” about Phillip Schofield’s relationship

ITV recently confirmed it was investigating “rumours” of a relationship between 61-year-old Schofield and his colleague when they began to circulate in 2020.

An ITV spokesman said: “Following on from our statement last night, ITV can confirm that ITV investigated when rumors of a relationship between Phillip Schofield and an ITV employee first began to circulate in early 2020.

“Both parties were questioned and repeatedly categorically denied the rumors, as did Phillip’s then-agency YMU.

“In addition, ITV has spoken to a number of people who worked on This Morning and no evidence of a relationship has been found beyond hearsay and rumours, nor has been found any evidence of a relationship.”

“Phillip’s statement yesterday shows he has lied to people at ITV, from senior management to other presenters, the YMU, the media and others, about this relationship.” Phillip Schofield has ‘fallen away’ as an ambassador for the Prince’s Trust.

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