That you hiding behind that tree, Dan?
Hot on the Mail’s heels was the Sun, telling readers about “his new abode, which was previously said to have a view of London's Shard”. They checked it out on Rightmove. And the Mail has noted, ominously, “it is not clear if his new home … is permanent”, which, freely translated, means “don’t bother moving because we’re keeping tabs on you”.story later yesterday, another ominous warning: “Staff at the TV studios have been made aware of the star's change of address, including the drivers who ferry him to and from the studio”. Otherwise meaning “we’ve got a contact at ITV, so we’ll know if you move house again”.
And in case anyone didn’t get what the Mail meant when it observed “Phillip Schofield gave a big thumbs up as he was pictured arriving back at his new London flat on Tuesday after filming This Morning … After a busy day at work, Phillip was making sure to adhere to lockdown measures as he returned straight back to his new abode”, let’s put it this way.
Must have been a big tree, then
He got ten weeks off for good behaviour. Now the tabloids are after him again. Because they always come back for more. As Natalie Rowe put it, “The Sun Paper still has to feed their rabid readers, with News Stories other than the Corona”. More on this one later.