Phillip Schofield’s Facebook picture is deleted after Queen queue scandal.

Phillip Schofield’s Facebook picture is deleted after Queen queue scandal.

Phillip Schofield has now been removed from We Buy Any Car’s Facebook page after claims that he and This Morning co-host Holly Willoughby bypassed the line to view the Queen laying in state.

The brand ambassador for We Buy Any Car since 2019 is 60-year-old Phillip Schofield, who often appears in commercials and challenges.

But the 30,000+ like Facebook page for We Buy Any Car has suddenly removed the once popular presenter from its cover image.

Instead, the car-buying agency combined its emblem with a stock photo of a happy family.

Accusations that Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield cut the line to visit the Queen laying in state at Westminster Hall have led to backlash against them.

They were seen on camera in Westminster while strolling close to a location other than the media box.

Up until September 22nd, Phillip Schofield was visible on the We Buy Any Car Facebook cover image.

The picture is still visible on the website and farther down the page.

‘At Webuyanycar, we live by one simple rule: be more like Phillip Schofield,’ the automaker’s website states on one page.

The TV host has driven about in little vehicles, driven in 30-second challenges, and even appeared in an air bag for one advertisement while serving as a brand ambassador.

Around 250,000 people paid their respects to the queen throughout the lengthy line, which stretched over five miles and reached its climax from September 14 to September 19.

On Friday, September 16, Phillip and Holly seemed to elude the line.

More than 66,000 individuals have demanded the two be fired from their presenting jobs since the charges were made.

The charges were made all the more shocking as other famous people, including David Beckham, were seen standing in lines that lasted up to 13 hours.

Fans voiced worry about Holly on Wednesday when she came on the programme looking as if she had been “weeping all night.”

Holly made her first appearance on social media since the controversy on Thursday to celebrate her friend Lisa Snowdon, a fashion presenter on This Morning, for winning celebrity MasterChef.

ITV executives said in a statement last week that Phil and Holly had not over the line.

“Hello everyone, we would want to explain something,” said the message.

“We requested Phillip and Holly’s participation in a film for this Tuesday’s show.”

They were there in a professional position as members of the international media to cover the occasion, not to skip the line, gain VIP access, or file past the Queen laying in state.

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