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A rundown of every single brand to drop Phillip Schofield since his scandal

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Disgraced former This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield has been quietly abandoned by several brands since reports of his cheating scandal with a younger man surfaced.

Brands that once profited from Phillip Schofield’s name have since distanced themselves with immediate effect. Swiftly after Phillip Schofield admitted to his affair with a younger runner on This Morning, his talent agency YMU also dropped him. Aside from his management, here is a rundown of all the brands that have dropped Phillip Schofield in the wake of his cheating scandal.

WeBuyAnyCar.com

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WeBuyAnyCar.com has taken drastic steps to remove all traces of its partnership with Phillip Schofield. The second-hand car site is one of several companies to distance itself from him.

Phillip Schofield was reportedly paid £1 million a year to front the used car buying services’ advertising. But the company axed the host last year following the queue jumping drama but in a more recent and relevant blow, WeBuyAnyCar has now removed all adverts featuring Phillip Schofield from their YouTube channel and axed all images including him from its social media pages.

The Prince’s Trust

Phillip Schofield was also dropped as an ambassador from The Prince’s Trust, a charity founded by King Charles in 1976. A spokesperson from the charity explained: “In light of Phillip’s recent admissions, we have agreed with him that it is no longer appropriate to work together.”

Craft Gin Club

The TV presenter had previously featured in Craft Gin Club’s promotional videos after releasing an advent calendar with them in 2020. However a few videos featuring him have been taken down or public access has been blocked.

When In Rome

Phillip Schofield brands

In an attempted silent distancing between Phillip and sustainable wine company, When In Rome, his products have been removed from its website. Phillip Schofield partnered with When In Rome on a boxed-wine range which was stocked online and in Waitrose.

A spokesperson for When In Rome told the Mirror: “We have worked with Phillip Schofield on his range of Italian craft wines for three years and this collaboration has drawn to a natural conclusion. There are no further plans to continue filling the Schofield range for future orders.”

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