Phillip got his first job at the BBC at the tender age of 17, before emigrating to New Zealand with his family two years later.
After three-and-a-half years he returned to Britain, where he was offered the job as a presenter for Children’s BBC, appearing with Gordon The Gopher in the Broom Cupboard. He then went on to present Going Live with Sarah Greene, The Movie Game and Schofield’s Europe.
But his biggest challenge by far came in 1993 when Andrew Lloyd Webber asked him to take over the role of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat from Jason Donovan. He later went on to play the title role in Doctor Doolittle.
In 2002, Phillip began presenting This Morning with Fern Britton and subsequently Holly Willoughby. He also worked with Holly on the first six series of Dancing On Ice and presents the ITV quiz show The Cube.
Christine began her TV career behind the scenes, training as a runner before becoming a floor manager on various entertainment programmes in Northern Ireland.
Her presenting career began with shows such as First Stop and Sky High, which saw her fly around the country in a helicopter.
After appearing alongside Brian Conley on BBC2's Let Me Entertain You in 2006 and 2007, Christine joined Adrian Chiles as a co-host on BBC1's The One Show. In 2010 the pair moved to ITV to present Daybreak.
Other high points include coming fifth in Strictly Come Dancing in 2008 with partner Matt Cutler, and water-skiing across the English Channel for Sport Relief.
Christine became engaged to footballer Frank Lampard in June 2011. She's the Northern Ireland ambassador for The Prince’s Trust and has a phobia of birds!