British TV presenter Phillip Schofield has announced on social media and on This Morning that has come to terms with his sexuality. He has been married to his wife for over 30 years and they have two daughters together. I think the team on This Morning handled Phillip's interview very well. They focused on talking about his family and how they reacted to his coming out. There were no nosy questions about his sexual attraction to other men, just him admititng that he is gay, and that his family and friends still love him. He's not even thinking about future relationships yet, he's only just begun his new chapter as a gay man at the age of 57. I think some users on this site might find watching his interview quite helpful to relate to and inspiring, particularly some of those who use the late in life forum to discuss the challenges of coming out at a late age. There will no doubt be a lot of hate comments posted on social media, as is often the case when a celebrity comes out. I'm going to avoid looking for any negative reactions and getting into any online debates. Whether you're a fan of Phillip Schofield's work or not, he is a big TV personality who has shared his coming out experience, and I am interested to see what will come next for him, and how his story affects others.