But these stills aren't taken from the latest makeover programme from style gurus Trinny and Susannah. They're from a new spoof series that the pair are hoping will rejuvenate their flagging careers. Just a laugh: Trinny Woodall admits she's sending herself up in her series of spoof documentaries Trinny and Susannah Constantine, both 46, came up with the idea for the series so viewers would see they don't take themselves too seriously.
Trinny and Susannah: What They Did Next is a new behind-the-scenes reality series that follows the ladies on their journey of rediscovery and Metro. The girls spent the morning preparing to celebrate their latest endorsement deal with Cillit Bang before heading to The Wolsey for lunch with their beloved manager, Leonard. However, things don t quite go to plan- leaving the girls wondering what to do next.
After years of telling people what not to wear, the fashion advisers Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine have gone a step further. The TV presenters joined hundreds of other people in a giant naked living sculpture as part of their new show The Great British Body. And we wanted to create a living, breathing, sculpture of that shape.
Flesh pink may not be the most flattering shade for everyone - but for once, Trinny and Susannah didn't care. The style gurus who made their names telling us how best to cover up our lumps and bumps stripped off with others at the weekend to celebrate the British body in all its shapes and sizes. Style gurus Trinny and Susannah stripped off with others to celebrate the British body in all its shapes and sizes. They asked volunteers to lie on the ground on the Sussex Downs and form living sculptures of a man and a woman in an 'en masse celebration'.
Inafter ten years working in marketing, Woodall met Susannah Constantine whom she joined to write a weekly fashion column for The Daily Telegraph. This led to the launch of their own internet fashion-advice business and the release of their first fashion-advice book. The following year Woodall and Constantine released their second book, What Not to Wearwhich gained them a British Book Award  and sold overcopies.
Love them, or hate them: after watching this episode, you knew which camp you were in. In it, the pair encouraged a couple who had been through the roughest time imaginable she battled breast cancer; their marriage almost broke down to face each other naked behind a screen. The wife had not allowed her husband to see her fully nude since her mastectomy several months earlier.
Sign in. Watch now. The girls take to a Golf and Tennis trade show to sell their super-slimming, form fitting Magic Knickers.
The only hitch is that people are going to have to get naked. Each week the pair take on a different challenge, including bottoms, big girls, shopping, and glamour. The British bottom has been forgotten; the bit of a woman's body they never see has become a source of horror.