Trinny Woodall hints at Charles Saatchi split in emotional house move
Trinny Woodall opens up about house move
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Trinny Woodall, 49, and Charles Saatchi, 79, have been in a relationship for 10 years, but the former Trinny and Susannah presenter has now seemingly hinted they have parted ways. The pair became an item after Charles split from his ex-wife Nigella Lawson, 63, in 2013.
However, Trinny sparked speculation amongst her 1.2 million Instagram followers over the weekend when she revealed she has “moved house”.
In a post, the Trinny London founder said: “It’s a new day, it’s a new dawn, it’s a new life.
“I have been moving but now I have moved.”
The mum-of-one is on a ski holiday in France at the moment, where she and her family own a chalet.
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Documenting her recent life change in a poignant video, an emotional Trinny shared the view from her window at the holiday home.
The star explained to fans: “I have looked out at this view for the last 30 years of my life.
“It’s the one consistent view I have ever had.
“Recently with the big life change and moving house it was important for me to come back here with (daughter) Lyla and family just to have that moment, listen to the birds, be at one with nature. Very healing.”
Trinny’s representatives declined to comment when contacted by Express.co.uk.
Express.co.uk has also contacted representatives for Charles for comment.
Trinny previously opened up on how her relationship with Charles had changed her as a person, explaining she had “grown up a lot”.
In a 2021 interview, the beauty and skincare mogul said: “I don’t let myself get away with stuff, so if I have a kind of outrage he’ll go: ‘Really, are you kidding?’ And then I’ll go upstairs and think: ‘OK, let me grow up now.
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“I think that’s what happens when you are with somebody who has been through a lot in their life, and there is nobody who is more supportive of my business and jobs in terms of being my champion.”
She added to The Telegraph’s Imposter podcast: “Any friend who’s known me for years will know I’m the most self-sufficient person they’ve ever met. I know how hard I work.
‘I know I pay for for every single thing in my life apart from the roof over my head because I live with Charles. Every single thing I pay for and every element of what I put against business expenses I’m careful of.”
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