Born in 1964 in London, Trinny Woodall is a TV celebrity, fashion advisor and make-over expert, best known for hosting the BBC television series What Not to Wear from 2001 to 2005, alongside Susannah Constantine. The pair also appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show as style and make-over consultants; and in 2006 they hosted Trinny & Susannah Undress, as well as Undress the Nation in 2007. They have worked together not only in television but also for The Daily Telegraph where they had a weekly fashion column, which led to the launch of their own internet fashion-advice business, as well as to the release of their first fashion-advice book. In 2009 they released their International Makeover Mission series filmed in nine countries and viewed by over 30 million women.

What has Trinny Woodall done independently and apart from What Not to Wear?

Trinny Woodall has appeared as a fashion advisor in several television shows mostly with her friend and colleague Susannah, however, she has also worked on different projects on her own. In 2006 she began to appear in the British daytime television programme This Morning as their fashion style expert. One year later, in October 2017, she started TRINNY LONDON, her own makeup company, which focuses on personalized selections of makeup based on womens' particular skin, face, and eye tones. For many years she has been an avid supporter of charities and has helped people who struggle with alcohol and substance abuse issues.

What Not to Wear: Trinny Woodall's personal life

Trinny Woodall got married to musician Johnny Elichaoff in 1999 and had a daughter named Lyla in 2003. The couple divorced in 2009, five years before Elichaoff's death. For many years she has been in a relationship with businessman Charles Saatch.