Phillip Schofield’s daughter Ruby is selling her presenter dad’s old clothes on Depop for up to £40

Phillip Schofield's youngest daughter Ruby is selling her famous dad's clothes online.

The 58 year old ITV presenter shared a post about her Depop page on his Instagram stories, encouraging his 3.2million fans to fork out £40 for one of his shirts.

The This Morning star posted a photo of the All Saints grey shirt and wrote: "Bloody hell, she's at it again!! @rubyschofe is selling my clothes on Depop!!"

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Phillip, who recently posed in matching isolation pyjamas with his family, added: "Swipe up… I suppose," with an emoji of a face rolling its eyes. The link showed the size medium shirt hanging outside in their garden.

In the description, the 24 year old wrote: "And in keeping with tradition, here's one from Schofe's wardrobe. A beaut allsaints number," before listing it as a £40 sale, which has since been shipped to its new owner.

The shirt cost more than most of her own clothes that are usually listed between £4 and £25 in her store, which offers no refunds.

This is not the first time Ruby has sold a piece of clothing from her dad's wardrobe though as a year ago she also posted a red short-sleeved shirt with white polka dots on it for £30.

"Oops, Schofe's shirt," she wrote in the description with a winking emoji, before adding: "A nice wine red (obvs) NEXT number with white dot detail.. don't tell him," with an upside down smiley face emoji.

It comes as Phillip, who also shares his 27 year old daughter Molly with his wife Stephanie Lowe, 56, recently revealed that talking to others "saved him" in a candid post on Twitter, months after coming out as gay.

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He made the admission as he shared a link to a Just Giving page, which told the story about a young man who had tragically taken his own life.

He then urged his 4.5million followers to speak to one another as he said: “There is strength in talking. Please don’t try to fight your head on your own. Talking saved me #bekind #talk”.

Phillip’s candid post was met with more than 700 likes and replies from fans who agreed with him.

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One wrote: “I agree talking to someone has defiently helpt me and I know it’s helpt so many others. A quote i love is be the rainbow in someone else’s storm,” [sic] followed by a rainbow emoji and a heart emoji.

Another added: “So sad for his family. No-one should feel ashamed to talk, although it's hard to express your feelings. Love you @Schofe. Your such a kind person and a good soul.” [sic]

While a third said: “Great you're still around Phillip, I'm so glad it saved you, I've made the first step,” followed by a praying emoji.

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