BBC’s Susannah reveals she’ll ‘NEVER work with fellow TV star again’ despite their 20-year career and friendship


A huge BBC icon has revealed she will ‘never work with a fellow TV star again’ despite their 20-year long career and friendship together.

Susannah Constantine, 61, and Trinny Woodall, 60, were the fashion experts everyone wanted to go to before they ended their TV partnership.

The pair worked together for 20 years from 1994-2014 and presented the famed BBC programme What Not To Wear.

But Susannah recently admitted that their days of working with one another is in the past.

Susannah Constantine, 61, and Trinny Woodall, 60

What She Said in Full

Speaking to The Sun, she said: ‘No, I would not revive it, I think What Not To Wear was an incredible show.

‘The way we did it doesn’t have its place today unfortunately, it would be great but it’s time for the next round of women or men to do it, Trinny and I had our time.

‘Trinny is so busy with her make-up brand which is phenomenal, and we’ve always been polar opposites and now our lifestyles reflect that so I am very happy living in the countryside, I now consider myself to be a mum first and a wife, very 1950s, who also happens to work.’

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The duo first worked together in 1994 before finding fame in 2001 when they presented What Not To Wear. They defected to ITV in 2006 with their show Trinny And Susannah Undress. 

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