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They became infamous for their straight-talking advice.
The New York Times wrote "Trinny Woodall, one of the upper-crusty and scathingly blunt hosts of What Not to Wear, a hugely popular fashion makeover show on the BBC, does not mince words." The show has also been broadcast internationally in over 20 countries.
The following year Woodall and Constantine released their second book, What Not to Wear, which gained them a British Book Award and sold over 670,000 copies.
The pair co-wrote 11 fashion advice books, several of which became best-sellers in the United Kingdom and the United States, and have now sold over 3 million copies worldwide.
This gained them crucial exposure and attention from Jane Root, controller of BBC Two, who signed them to the channel encouraged by their tenacity and their book and internet business.
Trinny started her own makeup company TRINNY LONDON in October 2017.
The first two series saw them helping couples who were experiencing difficulties in their marriages, by giving advice and a fashion makeover to increase confidence.
Woodall and Constantine have co-written numerous fashion advice books, which have sold over 3 million copies worldwide.A family friend, Ronald Searle, who created the St Trinian cartoons that inspired the later films, Woodall's first chance to work on television came about when Granada Sky Broadcasting signed her and Constantine to host a daytime shopping show, also called Ready to Wear.Soon after their television debut, they were given a recurring makeover slot on Richard & Judy.She married musician turned company director Johnny Elichaoff in 1999, at her family church, St Columba's, situated in Pont Street, Knightsbridge.The church was the venue for her parents' wedding, Woodall's christening, and her Scottish grandfather is buried there.