Phillip Schofield’s daughters’ show of unity as they unfollow Holly Willoughby

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Phillip Schofield’s daughters Molly and Ruby appear to have unfollowed Holly Willoughby on Instagram just days after it was reported that their father did the same.

The girls, aged 30 and 27, would have been close to Holly during the 14 years she and Phil co-presented This Morning. However, after his admission to an affair led to his resignation from ITV, it appears their friendship has come to an end.

A source told MailOnline: “Both Molly and Ruby have seen their father go through hell, they have been at his side as he has lost everything.

“Meanwhile, by following Holly on Instagram they see her carrying on with her life.

“The whole scandal has taken its toll on them, their support for him has been unwavering and this is the final nail.

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“They are staunchly loyal to their dad, despite everything that has gone on.”

Although they no longer follow Holly on the picture-sharing platform, Molly still follows the 42-year-old’s lifestyle brand, Wylde Moon.

On Tuesday, it was revealed that Phillip, 61, no longer follows his former best friend before she appeared at the National Television Awards without him.

But while Phillip doesn’t follow the ITV host anymore, he does still follow her sister, Kelly Willoughby. He also follows his ex-This Morning co-stars Alison Hammond, Rochelle Humes, Josie Gibson and Ruth Langsford.

At the time of writing, Holly still follows Phillip, Molly and Ruby.

It comes after This Morning lost the Daytime NTA for the first time in 12 years in the wake of Phillip’s affair scandal.

Instead, BBC’s The Repair Shop took home the award, also beating The Chase and Loose Women.

Speaking on the red carpet prior to the awards, Holly admitted it had been a “difficult year” with “ups and downs”.

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She said: “I think it’s been a really difficult year for everybody but what’s lovely is, you find that people rally around you and the goodwill is there. People want things to move on.

Explaining that “everyone looks after each other” behind-the-scenes, she added to Daily Star: “We are very blessed.

“We have a great team of people, we really do, and for me personally, I don’t want to speak on behalf of other people, but I look around, I see the team getting in makeup… I just want to come to work and more of that!” she beamed.

“The proud TV host added: “I’d love to just continue how it is.”

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