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Trinny Woodall, 56, enjoys al fresco lunch with partner Charles Saatchi, 77, at Scott’s

Trinny Woodall, 56, makes a statement in a lime green trouser suit and blue shearling collar for al fresco lunch with partner Charles Saatchi, 77, at Scott’s

They’ve been dating since 2013, following the businessman’s divorce from celebrity chef Nigella Lawson.

And Trinny Woodall, 56, and her partner Charles Saatchi, 77, enjoyed an al fresco lunch at their favourite restaurant, Scott’s, in Mayfair on Wednesday afternoon.

The style guru made a bold statement in a lime green patterned trouser suit with a matching vibrant coloured shirt underneath.

Lunch date: Trinny Woodall, 56, and her partner Charles Saatchi, 77, enjoyed an al fresco lunch at their favourite restaurant, Scott’s, in Mayfair on Wednesday afternoon

Adding some eye-catching accessories, Trinny opted for a fluffy teal coloured shearling collar.  

Keeping comfy with her choice of footwear, the TV star opted for a pair of simple black trainers.   

Trinny, real name Sarah-Jane Duncanson, styled her caramel coloured locks into a blow-dried hairdo and added a slick of make-up.

The fashionista made sure she stayed protected amid the coronavirus pandemic as she wore a funky polka dot patterned face mask at one stage. 

Fashion statement: The style guru made a bold statement in a lime green patterned trouser suit with a matching vibrant coloured shirt underneath

Fashion statement: The style guru made a bold statement in a lime green patterned trouser suit with a matching vibrant coloured shirt underneath 

Details: Adding some eye-catching accessories, Trinny opted for a fluffy teal coloured shearling collar

Details: Adding some eye-catching accessories, Trinny opted for a fluffy teal coloured shearling collar

Elsewhere, the founder of M&C Saatchi looked equally as stylish in a blue tailored trouser suit with a crisp white shirt underneath. 

Trinny has been putting on a brave face after her mother Ann passed away aged 90 following a battle with vascular dementia last month. 

The fashionista shared the heartbreaking news alongside a montage of images in tribute of her late parent. 

‘Darling Mummy 1930-2020’, the grieving star captioned her post, alongside a red heart emoji. 

Emotional: Trinny has been putting on a brave face after her mother Ann passed away aged 90 following a battle with vascular dementia last month

Emotional: Trinny has been putting on a brave face after her mother Ann passed away aged 90 following a battle with vascular dementia last month

Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a range of progressive neurological disorders, that is, conditions affecting the brain. 

There are many different types of dementia, of which Alzheimer’s disease is the most common. Some people may have a combination of types of dementia.

On her mother health’s battle, the This Morning star told You magazine last year: ‘My mother has vascular dementia. When I visit her and she’s just sitting in a chair unable to move independently, it makes me think about what will happen to me in the next 30 years. 

‘It seems as though you get to a stage where it’s too late to make your own decisions because your body has done that for you. I want to be able to keep making those choices.’

 

Tragic: The fashionista shared the heartbreaking news alongside a montage of images in tribute of her late parent last month

Tragic: The fashionista shared the heartbreaking news alongside a montage of images in tribute of her late parent last month 

The makeover expert previously detailed her childhood as the youngest of six children. 

Trinny told The Belfast Telegraph: ‘I saw those other siblings half the time, as they were living in Canada. Also, my parents travelled a lot and when I was very young, I was at home while my siblings were at boarding school, so I was alone a lot. 

‘And then I was in boarding school from six and a half, so I did feel quite a solitary child.’ 

Ann was the daughter of Sir John McLean Duncanson – a British industrialist who served as Steel Controller for the Ministry of Supply during World War II.

WHAT IS DEMENTIA? 

Dementia is an umbrella term used to describe a range of progressive neurological disorders, that is, conditions affecting the brain.

There are many different types of dementia, of which Alzheimer’s disease is the most common.

Some people may have a combination of types of dementia.

Regardless of which type is diagnosed, each person will experience their dementia in their own unique way.

Dementia is a global concern but it is most often seen in wealthier countries, where people are likely to live into very old age.

HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE AFFECTED?

The Alzheimer’s Society reports there are more than 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK today, of which more than 500,000 have Alzheimer’s.

It is estimated that the number of people living with dementia in the UK by 2025 will rise to over 1 million.

In the US, it’s estimated there are 5.5 million Alzheimer’s sufferers. A similar percentage rise is expected in the coming years.

As a person’s age increases, so does the risk of them developing dementia.

Rates of diagnosis are improving but many people with dementia are thought to still be undiagnosed.

IS THERE A CURE?

Currently there is no cure for dementia.

But new drugs can slow down its progression and the earlier it is spotted the more effective treatments are.

Source: Dementia UK 

 

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