Phillip Schofield dresses up in a suit and tie for a family BBQ with wife Steph

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PHILLIP Schofield spent the weekend playing dress up with his family as he enjoyed a BBQ with his wife Steph and their twi daughters.

Phillip, 58, came out as gay in February after being married for almost 17 years and has clearly remained on good terms with his spouse.

Phillip Schofield joined his family for a BBQ on Sunday

Joining Steph and their two grown-up daughters, Molly and Ruby, Phillip went all out for the occasion and wore a white shirt with a striped tie and smart black trousers.

Taking to his Instagram story, he shared a video of himself cooking meat on the BBQ as he told his 3.2 million followers: “It’s dress up Sunday and I still have to BBQ and I’m feckin’ hot.”

In the next snap, he donned a tweed blazer as he held the cooked food on a chopping board and wrote: “I present… your dinner.”

Phillip dressed up for the occasion and wore a tweed blazer as he presented dinner

His 26-year-old daughter Molly also shared some pics on social media, and revealed they had dressed up too.

Molly wore a nice blue dress, which matched Steph’s patterned dress, and when she posted a selfie of them together, she captioned it: “My twin,” alongside a blue heart emoji.

Meanwhile, 24-year-old Ruby opted for a black sleeveless dress and gold hoop earrings.

Phillip’s daughter Molly and wife Steph wore matching blue outfits for the BBQ
Phillip moaned that he was hot as he cooked up the feast for his family

Phillip’s quality time with the special ladies in his life comes after he recently admitted “talking saved me”.

The This Morning presenter made the admission as he shared the fundraising efforts of grieving mother Alison Watson, who tragically lost her son Morgan to suicide on May 17.

Alison said on her JustGiving page that she and her family hopes to raise much needed funds for mental health charity Guernsey Mind to prevent male suicide following their heartbreaking loss.

The cause struck a chord with Phil, who shared the fundraising page on his social media while discussing his own battle with mental health.

“Another heartbreaking story,” he penned. “There is strength in talking. Please don’t try to fight your head on your own. Talking saved me #bekind #talk.”

In February, Phillip revealed how covering up the fact he was gay plunged him into a ­dangerous depression in an interview with The Sun on Sunday.