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, she 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.
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.
Trinny Woodall parents
Woodall’s mother, Ann Woodall, was a former model and PR executive.
She was known for her impeccable sense of style and was a significant influence on Trinny’s interest in fashion.
Ann sadly passed away in 2018 at the age of 90.
Woodall’s father, Murray Woodall, was a successful businessman who worked in the shipping industry.
He passed away in 1987 when Trinny was only 23 years old.
Woodall has spoken publicly about her close relationship with her parents and the impact they had on her life.
She has also shared how their deaths have affected her and influenced her approach to life and work.
Despite their passing, Woodall has continued to honor their legacy through her work in fashion and beauty, which she has become well-known for in the UK and beyond.