Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine REUNITE at her book launch after suffering a ‘mourning process’ when their TV partnership ended nine years ago
They were the fashion experts everyone wanted to go to for advice before they ended their partnership nine years ago and suffered a TV ‘mourning’.
And now the TV fashionistas have reunited to celebrate Trinny’s Fear Less book launch on Wednesday.
Trinny Woodall, 59, and Susannah Constantine, 61, looked better than ever as they shared a sweet snap at the celebratory bash.
Susannah took to Instagram to share a doting snap of the pair cuddling and wrote a moving caption to share how proud she was of her.
She wrote: ‘I don’t know what it’s like to run a hugely successful and massively growing business like.
Back together again: Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine reunited to celebrate Trinny’s Fear Less book launch on Wednesday
Missed: Susannah took to Instagram to share a doting snap of the pair cuddling and wrote a moving caption to share how proud she was of her
‘But I do know the dedication and time it takes to write a book. @trinnywoodall has done both. And both are best in class.
‘But these achievements pale beside the love she has for her friends and most importantly her daughter. Trinny the Mum IS best in class.’
Trinny responded: ‘How much do I love you’.
The pair, who worked together for 20 years from 1994-2014, revealed that they went through a ‘mourning process’ when their TV stint ended because it was ‘like a marriage’.
Trinny admitted their relationship was ‘like a marriage’ and she grieved when it ended in 2014 around the same time her ex-husband Johnny Elichaoff died, even appearing to admit she sought help from a counsellor or therapist.
Speaking on her podcast My Wardrobe Malfunction in 2020, Susannah said: ‘I remember you saying that you had gone to see someone, and they said you were mourning two things – you were mourning Johnny and also the end of our partnership.’
Trinny admitted there were times she ‘hated’ Susannah, but that their relationship was ‘like a marriage’ because they loved and knew each other so well.
The duo first worked together in 1994 before finding fame in 2001 when they presented BBC’s What Not To Wear. They defected to ITV in 2006 with their show Trinny and Susannah undress.
Supportive: Susannah took to Instagram to share a doting snap of the pair cuddling and wrote a moving caption to share how proud she was of her
Sensational: Trinny invited her closest friends and family who helped make the launch of her new book Fear Less come to life
Throwback: Trinny and Susannah, worked together for 20 years from 1994-2014, revealed that they went through a ‘mourning process’ when their TV stint ended (pictured in 2008)
After years of touring the world teaching the public how to dress, the pair went their separate ways.
Susannah took part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, Strictly Come Dancing, published a novel and started her podcast.
Meanwhile Trinny began her eponymous makeup brand TRINNY LONDON which she now runs and has just released her new book Fear Less.
But soon after their split a therapist told Trinny she was mourning both the end of the partnership and the death of her ex-husband Johnny, who she’d remained on good terms with.
Trinny said: ‘I remember that woman I went to see, exactly that thing. Our relationship was a marriage. I love you and hate you in total measures.
‘You probably totally love me and I totally love you, but we know each other so well, and the ease of that now when you’re not every day working together.
‘When we were working together there were days when it would just kill you. That habit they have, like “Why are you doing that again, why are you acting out again”.’