Molly Schofield, 30, appears to still be working with the talent agency that dropped her father, Phillip Schofield, 61, earlier this week.
On Thursday, Mary Bekhait, the Group CEO of YMU Group announced that the company and the former This Morning host would be parting ways.
She focused on the business’ values and the presenter has now been removed from their website.
In a statement, they said: “Honesty and integrity are core values for YMU’s whole business, defining everything we do. Talent management is a relationship based entirely on trust.
“This week, we have learned important new information about our client Phillip Schofield. These facts contradicted what Phillip had previously told YMU, as well as the external advisors we had brought in to support him.
“As a result, on Thursday we agreed to part company with Phillip, with immediate effect.”
Molly is the eldest of Phillip’s two daughters and has worked at the agency for over eight years.
Her LinkedIn profile states that she started out as a PA in 2015, before being promoted to Assistant Talent Manager.
Since December 2020, Molly has continued at a senior level as Talent Manager.
The blonde star has not commented publicly about her father following his This Morning exit and statement on his affair, but her Instagram bio continues to show she works with the group.
Express.co.uk has contacted YMU Group for confirmation.
The Mirror reported that some of the stars she worked with included Stacey Solomon and her father.
Speaking with Hello! magazine in 2018, the former Dancing On Ice host shared that his daughters oversaw his social media.
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“I don’t post anything without their say-so. I check with them, is this okay?
“But they’re fine with it. My eldest daughter is my manager so she’s well across it all,” he added.
Both daughters have yet to comment on their father’s latest news and photos of him remain on their social media.
The family most recently appeared together at Keith Lemon’s 50th birthday in April.
The daughters wore suits, accessorised with matching sunglasses and held inflatable alien dolls to channel Men in Black.
Their father was unrecognisable as Anchorman’s Ron Burgundy sporting a fake moustache, brown wig, and a prop microphone.
Phillip last night confirmed that he had left ITV and would also not be hosting the British Soap Awards next week.
Until 2020, ex-co-host Holly Willoughby was part of the YMU group before she set up her own agency, Roxy Management.
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