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Trinny and Susannah the Survival Guide: A Womans Secret Weapon for Getting Through the Year by Trinny WoodallIts what every woman needs today... Trinny and Susannah There is never enough time in the day, week, month or year. Trinny and Susannah have learned how to juggle home, family and work and still have time for themselves. Their secret weapon is being organised. This book brings together everything they have learned on clothes, make-up, running a home, children, family, work and holidays - plus hundreds of essential time-saving ideas and useful day-to-day information.
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Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine are two British fashion advisors, presenters and authors. They have written several fashion advice books which have become bestsellers in Britain and America, and released their own clothing and underwear ranges. Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine teamed up in to write Ready to Wear , a weekly style guide for the Daily Telegraph which ran for seven years. They later became the co-founders of Ready2shop. They published their first fashion advice book called Ready 2 Dress but it was an unsuccessful venture and ended in 13, copies of the book being destroyed. After they were signed to BBC Two, they became the hosts and fashion advisors for five series of the BBC style series What Not to Wear in , where they used their knowledge on fashion and harsh comments to reform the appearances and style of the participants on the show. The duo became instantly renowned for their poking and prodding of the contestants, their straight-talking advice,  and frequently referring to breasts as tits.
Susannah Caroline Constantine  born 3 June is an English fashion guru, journalist , advisor, television presenter , author and designer and actress, best known for finishing last in the BBC ballroom dancing show Strictly Come Dancing. Constantine was born into a wealthy family; her father was successful in property and shipping sectors.
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Please refresh the page and retry. The research, by university academics Angela Smith and Michael Higgins, has been submitted to MPs conducting a reality television inquiry sparked by the death of a participant on The Jeremy Kyle Show. E ach week, Woodall and Constantine would make over a contributor, first making her gaze into a degree mirror wearing her own clothes and pointing out how unflattering they were. P rof Smith, a professor of language and culture at the University of Sunderland, said the presenters were considered to be entertaining at the time but their approach amounted to bullying. It was a game where there was resistance from the contributor, but resistance was futile. They recommended that producers edit programmes to minimise the focus on conflict and should take into account the mental health of participants. The committee will deliver its findings later in the year.
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