Phillip Schofield has shared a snap of himself getting the coronavirus vaccine, revealing it ‘couldn’t have been any easier.’
The This Morning host got the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine, and explained that it was completely painless.
Excitedly sharing the photo on his Instagram Stories, he wrote: ‘All painlessly jabbed up.
‘That couldn’t have been any easier, more efficient, or friendlier. Thank you to Lisa and the team.’
He went on to share a photo of his vaccine and the information he was given after the jab.
Phil, 58, has followed his ITV colleague Piers Morgan, who shared his experience of getting the jab last week.
The Good Morning Britain host, 55, got a bit shady, describing it as ‘not even as painful as working with Susanna Reid’ as he filmed his experience.
The pair join the likes of Sir Anthony Hopkins, Dame Judi Dench, and Dolly Parton, who have also received their coronavirus vaccines.
In the UK, more than 22 million people have so far had the first dose of their vaccination.
Phillip also recently revealed his plans for when lockdown eases, speaking for all of us when he said he can’t wait to ‘hug everyone’ again.
He shared a photo of a ‘kitchen notes’ chalkboard on which he’d highlighted the key dates, telling his followers: ‘My roadmap, never has something so simple felt so important.’
On it, he’d written: ‘March 8th sit on a bench outside with one friend, March 29th invite six people to the garden. See mum/see family.’
He continued: ‘April 12th haircut/ have a drink and eat outside! May 17th Go to the cinema, have two households over. Holiday? Eat in a restaurant!’
Phillip’s most hopeful point was for the final stage of Boris Johnson’s plan to remove all lockdown measures, adding: ‘June 21st Hug everyone!!!??’