Phillip Schofield and his estranged wife Stephanie Lowe were spotted together in the crowd for day one of Wimbledon.
The This Morning presenter, 60, and Stephanie, 58, were pictured sharing a laugh as they also enjoyed a glass of Champagne together.
The couple, who have been married since 1993, are not often photographed together, but have remained close since Phillip's decision to come out as gay in February 2020.
Phillip rocked a silky black button-up shirt, a smart navy blazer and a pair of black trousers. Meanwhile, Stephanie opted for a beautiful blue dress with black polka dots.
She accessorised by wearing a silver necklace, diamond earrings and a pair of dark, chunky sunglasses.
The duo were also joined by Phillip's This Morning co-host, Holly Willoughby and her husband Dan Baldwin at Wimbledon.
Phillip and Stephanie share two daughters, Molly, 29, and Ruby, 26, and have remained close friends since Phil announced that he was gay in 2020.
Talking to The Mirror, Phil previously explained that he and Steph have no plans to divorce.
Discussing their relationship Phil said: “We’re picking our way through. It’s a work in progress."
Adding: “I’m still married to Steph. With divorce… we’ve not discussed that at all.”
The couple met when Steph was working as a TV production assistant for the BBC and married at Ackergill Tower in Scotland in March 1993.
The pair had been married for almost 27 years when Phillip made the announcement that he was gay.
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In his autobiography Life’s What You Make It, Phil states: "I didn’t know I was gay when I married Steph. If I had, I wouldn’t have got married."
Phil’s been hugely complimentary of Steph’s support, frequently describing her as "incredible". He’s also been open about his concerns for her wellbeing.
Talking to Chris Evans for his podcast How to Wow he said: "It is not in my nature to hurt people and so I have to reconcile myself with the fact that I have done that. Indeed I have done that and I tried very hard not to.
"I also say, is it possible to come out and not hurt your wife? No of course it isn't. My greatest concern is that she is okay."
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