Phillip Schofield’s daughter moves in with her beau in relationship milestone

Phillip Schofield’s oldest daughter Molly has moved in her with her fella.

Molly, 28, shared her excitement on social media after she and her boyfriend Will Grieveson got keys to their new pad.

Sharing the news on Instagram, Molly posted a cute couple snap of them together and wrote: "It's happened!! We've moved in together xxx."

The pair have been dating since 2018 and Will quickly became part of the family, fitting in with Molly's younger sister Ruby and their parents.

Molly, an assistant talent agent, even hailed Will as her “second family” in one of her previous social media snaps.

And even though they were living apart, it is reported that the happy couple grew closer having survived three tough coronavirus lockdowns.

Molly’s happy news came just a few days after This Morning host Phil was snapped taking a huge bouquet of flowers to his wife Stephanie Lowe.

The generous gift was likely to celebrate the pair’s 28th wedding anniversary.

Phil famously came out as gay last year on national TV, although he remains close with Stephanie, who has supported him throughout the process.

The respected TV host has since spoken about not being “fixed in any way” and that he’s still “coming to terms” with such a dramatic change to his and his family’s life.

"We are a work in progress,” admitted Phil in an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live.

“I've been very honest about all of this and there's no question, we have to pick our way through this daily as a family.

"We [still] love each other massively. We are a loving family, that hasn't changed… it's us four but different.

"And that's what we are doing. We are making our way through very unusual and unexpected waters."

Phil, 58, and Steph have recently bought a new £839,428 home together through their joint company Fistral Properties.

The couple already owns a luxury £2.6million home in Henley, Oxfordshire.

But it is not yet known whether the pair will live in the new home together.

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