Phillip Schofield treated his family to a lavish home-cooked meal in lockdown.

This Morning presenter Phil, 58, cooked up a storm in his plush kitchen at the family's £2million Oxfordshire pad.

The telly presenter took to Instagram to keep fans updated on his meal prep process, documenting his step-by-step guide on making some tasty fried prawns at home.

Sharing a layout of all the ingredients laying on the counter in front of him with his 3.2 million followers, Phil penned: "Salt & pepper prawns tonight and I've made a proper mess".

The telly host - who earlier this year came out as gay - is isolating at his family home with his former partner Stephanie and their two daughters, Molly and Ruby, as well as Ruby's boyfriend Will Proctor.

Phillip whipped up a tasty meal for his fam

Phil later shared a snap of the finished dish, showing some very delicious-looking fried shrimp covered in all kinds of seasoning.

The father-of-two has been continuing to work on This Morning during the pandemic and recently denied he'd moved out of the family home.

He was pictured outside a flat in London, which he's believed to own, but insisted he was still living with his family full time.

Phil is self isolating with Stephanie, their two daughters, Molly and Ruby, as well as Ruby's boyfriend Will Proctor
Phil shared a snap of the ingredients prior to cooking

It came after the telly veteran shared pictures of himself enjoying a murder mystery night with his family and fans were baffled as they were convinced he'd moved into a bachelor pad earlier in the year.

Phil has since shared plenty of social media updates from his Oxfordshire mansion, including a video of Step cutting his hair.

He showed off the final meal later on

She was clearly still wearing her wedding ring in the video, while Phil has also kept his band on despite going public with his sexuality back in February.

He credited his wife and daughters with being hugely supportive as he wrestled personal demons.

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