Phillip Schofield has urged his followers not to judge others, in a cryptic instagram post.
This Morning host Phil is concentrating on his autobiography during his summer break from the ITV show.
Earlier today he reposted a quote on his Instagram, which was originally posted by his pilates teacher Jo.
The original quote said: "Don't judge people. You never know what battle they are fighting."
And Phillip, 58, commented on it "So important Jo."
Phillip is soon releasing his memoir named Life's What You Make It – which he penned the first line for when he was only 14.
It will no doubt delve into his 27-year marriage with wife Stephanie Lowe, as well as his decision to reveal live on This Morning in February that he is gay, reports Mirror Online.
Announcing the news, the dad-of-two took to Instagram and wrote: "Life’s What You Make It.
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"After being asked many times, and after many years of wanting to, I have written my autobiography. I wrote the first line of the book, in my head, when I was about 14.
"It took me until 2017 for me to finally write the first chapter and then I stopped because the time wasn't right. It has certainly been something of a work in progress!
"Over the years I have been making notes of the stories and events of my life that I thought would tell my story.
"Finally, in lockdown, I knew that all the pieces of the jigsaw had been put into place and I was ready to write – that and a new discovery… lots of free time!
"It has been a fascinating experience, both immense fun and deeply emotional. Finally, after all these years, I’m happy it’s gone from my head, to the page.
"I’ve been honest and I’ve been me. Thank you @michaeljbooks@penguinukbooks.
"Published this October but available to pre-order now using the link in my bio #LifesWhatYouMakeIt."
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He recently shared images on his Snapchat and Instagram account of the first edition of the book.
In a number of short clips, the silver fox could be seen admiring boxes of printed paper that he told were to be inserted into the books.
Phil shared: "I have just had a delivery of three and a half boxes of these – which will be inserted into my book – so you get a signed copy!
"How grown up!"