Charles went on to say he still absolutely 'adores' ex-wife Nigella Lawson, who he had been married to for 10 years: ‘I adore Nigella now.is a British fashion and make-over advisor, designer, television presenter and author. After ten years working in marketing – Woodall met Susannah Constantine in 1994, whom she joined to write a weekly fashion column for The Daily Telegraph.Woodall - who shot to fame with Susannah Considine on the BBC 2 show What Not To Wear - has been predominantly single ever since she split from her husband of 10 years, the businessman Johnny Elichaoff, 53, in 2008.'They actually lined up five dates with five different women to throw him back into the social whirl,' a friend told the paper.'They have been trying to set up cosy little suppers.They have been viewed by over 30 million women in over 31 countries.The 70-year-old art collector, was said to have in a placid mood on his dates with Trinny, 49, with an onlooker telling the Sunday People: 'He usually looks pretty thunderous but he seemed to be rather laidback and enjoying himself.The monochrome number featured delicate bow embellishment as well as a subtle, cut-out print and frayed hemline.Trinny polished off her attire with a towering pair of wedges as well as a bulging floral tote bag.
Trinny, 52, even rested a hand on his as they chatted away, however Charles seemed a little distracted.
Trinny, who shot to fame as a stylist and TV presenter on What Not To Wear, wore an Ostrich feather lined navy coat, with matching navy tights and heels.
The fashion guru wore her shoulder length brunette hair loose and accessorized with a leopard print bag.
Within a few weeks, Charles’s friends, including his second ex-wife Kay, introduced him to Trinny — and they are still going strong.
In an interview at the weekend, Trinny said that though they do not live together, she spends nights at his house, watching TV.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.