Phillip Schofield shares a rare glimpse of the sprawling garden while cooking expensive Wagyu beef for family BBQ
PHILLIP Schofield gave his Instagram followers a rare glimpse of his sprawling garden while cooking expensive Wagyu beef burgers on the BBQ.
The This Morning host is currently enjoying a break from presenting duties and made the most of today’s glorious weather with some alfresco cooking.
In the video, while Phil tells his followers about his own brand of red wine, the back garden of the star’s home can be seen.
There looks to be lots of space with artfully pruned bushes, an arch leading into another section of the garden, and lush green grass.
Phil revealed his red wine goes perfectly with Wagyu beef, an expensive breed of Japanese cow that is considered the most prized beef in the world.
High grade cuts of the meat can fetch over £120 per pound.
The 58-year-old TV presenter can definitely afford to treat himself with some nice wine and delicious food.
Earlier today The Sun Online exclusively revealed that the star saw his Fistral Productions company coffers rise by £807,413.
Figures seen by The Sun Online show Schofe's company value soared to £2.5million as he raked in £260k more than Holly Willoughby last year.
Holly's business Roxcy Media, meanwhile, banked £546,928 – making her firm worth £1,551,995.
Phil's Fistral Productions reported a £2,544,296 net worth – comprising of £1,831,526 in cash, £1,247,758 in money owed to the firm and £534,988 expenses.
After deducting the cost of his bills from his assets his firm was still left with an impressive £2.5m worth at the end of November 2019.
Both presenters have huge earning power thanks to brand endorsements and book deals outside of their This Morning wages.
Phil is set to release a book after coming out as gay – calling it 'deeply emotional'.
Meanwhile, earlier figures revealed Holly's firm comprised of £1,509,352 in cash and she was owed £597,382 – totalling £2,106,734 in assets by February 2019.
However Holly's bills left her firm valued at £1,551,995 at the end of February 2019.
The ITV host set up the firm in 2010 and its nature of business is reported as "other business support service activities not elsewhere classified."
Meanwhile, Holly’s business was set up in 2008 and she describes her firm as "television programme production activities."
Both TV hosts employed two people at their firms last year but while they were paying wages to staff, no pay is reported to them in the accounts.
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