Its a big day for Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby as they celebrate the 10th anniversary of the first time they hosted This Morning together.
Yup, 5 September marks 10 years to the day that Holly first went before the cameras with Phillip on the show, kicking off a decade thats given us some seriously classic moments of telly.
From that NTAs hangover special through to some interviews that have been memorable for all the wrong reasons – and not to mention all those moments when the pair of them had hysterics live on air – its been a hell of a decade.
And of course the pair of them have also become household names – with pretty decent salaries to boot.
So just how much are daytime TVs most famous duo worth? Heres what you need to know…
What is Phillip Schofields net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Phillip Schofield has an estimated net worth of £9.8m.
Phillips become one of the most recognisable faces on TV over the past couple of decades, having been at the helm of This Morning since 2002.
His initial rise to stardom came with the BBC, firstly as the first ever in-vision presenter of Childrens BBC in the late 80s, then as the co-host of Saturday morning kids TV show Going Live!
He went on to front National Lottery Winning Lines and Test The Nation with Anne Robinson before moving to ITV in 2002.
And of course This Morning isnt the only show he hosts with Holly as the pair also co-present Dancing On Ice – while hes presented other ITV shows including The Cube, All Star Mr And Mrs, Text Santa, Youre Back In The Room, Five Gold Rings and The British Soap Awards.
What is Holly Willoughbys net worth?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Holly Willoughby has an estimated net worth of £6.5m.
Holly began her career as a model before moving into childrens TV on the show S Club TV – going on to front other kids shows including Ministry Of Mayhem, CD:UK and Holly & Stephens Saturday Showdown (with Stephen Mulhern), as well as X-Perimental and CBBC At The Fame Academy for CBBC.
Holly joined Dancing On Ice alongside Phillip Schofield in 2006, and also hosted The XTra Factor in 2008 and 2009 – before she joined Phillip on This Morning.
Shes also known on the small screen as a team captain on Celebrity Juice and has also co-hosted Text Santa, as well as fronting the first two series of The Voice UK.
Hollys also a published author, having co-penned the childrens book series School For Stars – with the first title, First Term At LEtoile being the biggest -selling childrens book of 2013.
She stepped in to the breach to co-host Im A Celebrity in 2018 alongside Dec Donnelly, and has also put her name to a series of clothing ranges for Marks and Spencer known as Hollys Must-Haves.