The fashion and makeover expert has paid tribute to her mother as she reveals she has died - aged 90.
Trinny Woodall has paid tribute to her beloved mother with a sweet photo montage as she reveals she has passed away.
The TV presenter, 56, who often does a fashion segment via videolink on This Morning, has put her own skills to use by creating a beautiful video photo montage or her treasured family snaps in a bid to keep her mother's memory alive.
Trinny uploaded the video and simply captioned it, 'Darling Mummy. 1930-2020.Love you@wiggswyndham@mibwoodall.'
It's understood Trinny's mother Ann, 90, passed away following a battle with dementia. And fans have rallied round with their heartfelt support to help her through this difficult time.
One wrote, 'Dearest Trinny - No words at this time - but know you are loved - I lost my Mumma a year ago - it was so sudden and unexpected- my thoughts are with you. Just take each moment step by step - she will be shining down on you. She was so proud of you all and knew how much she was loved.'
Another fan wrote, 'So sorry to hear your news Trinny, it makes my heart ache remembering my dear mum. Such a huge hole left behind but what an amazingly stylish woman she was, just like you.'
And a third added, 'Sorry to hear your sad news. I too lost my own Mother this weekend. Now they are free from this dreadful disease. My thoughts are with you and your family. Xx'
Trinny, who recently launched her latest beauty product, BFF De-Stress serum has been replying to fans kind words on Instagram with a simple red heart emoji.
Has Trinny ever spoken of her mother's ill health?
Speaking of her beloved mother's health battle last year, Trinny, expressed her own fears. She said, '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.'
As the youngest one of six children, Trinny, who has daughter named Lyla, 16, has featured some of her family members in the montage but previously admitted she felt alone when she was growing up.
She previously said, '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.'
Sending our love Trinny, at this difficult time.