Trinny Woodall is a British fashion and beauty expert, television presenter, and author.
She was born on February 8, 1964, in London, England.
Woodall began her career in the fashion industry as a columnist for The Daily Telegraph and later became a fashion advisor for celebrities and private clients.
In 2001, Woodall teamed up with her friend and fellow fashion expert, Susannah Constantine, to co-host the BBC television series What Not to Wear.
The show was a huge success and ran for five seasons, making Woodall and Constantine household names in the UK and beyond.
The duo also wrote several books together, including What Not to Wear and The Body Shape Bible.
After What Not to Wear, Woodall continued to work in television, hosting her own show Trinny & Susannah Undress and appearing as a guest on various programs.
She also launched her own makeup and skincare line, Trinny London, in 2017, which has gained a loyal following for its innovative approach to beauty.
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Trinny Woodall husband
Woodall was previously married to musician turned businessman Johnny Elichaoff, who tragically passed away in 2014.
In 2019, she announced that she was in a relationship with Charles Saatchi, a British art collector and former advertising executive.
Saatchi is best known for founding the advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi with his brother Maurice in 1970.
He is also a prominent art collector and has been a major supporter of contemporary art in the UK.
Saatchi was previously married to the famous chef Nigella Lawson, but the couple divorced in 2013 after Saatchi was photographed grabbing Lawson’s throat in public.
The incident caused a media frenzy and led to the end of their marriage.
Since then, Saatchi has kept a relatively low profile, focusing on his art collection and personal life.
His relationship with Woodall has been relatively private, with the couple rarely appearing in public together.
However, they have been spotted attending various events and traveling together, indicating that their relationship is going strong.