Trinny Woodall has played down concerns after she was photographed crying while out with Charles Saatchi.Last week, Saatchi and Woodall were spotted dining in Mayfair, with the TV presenter appearing upset. " She replied: "Storm in a B cup, very happy."Woodall and businessman Saatchi are thought to have been dating for several months.It is characterised by its mixed-use of residential, business, retail, education and healthcare, with no single activity dominating.The historically bohemian area was once home to such writers as Virginia Woolf, George Bernard Shaw and Arthur Rimbaud.Trinny, 52, even rested a hand on his as they chatted away, however Charles seemed a little distracted.The stylist, who is thought to have been dating Nigella Lawson's ex since 2013, chose a pretty white ensemble for her outing.Charles Saatchi, the gallery owner, has created his own Chamber of Horrors in this thick, square book, ‘inspired by striking photographs’.
) is a district in central London, near London's West End lying partly in the City of Westminster (in the west), and partly in the London Borough of Camden (in the east); and situated between Bloomsbury and Marylebone, and north of Soho.Wearing her tresses down in a voluminous 'do, Trinny's trim waist was impossible to miss in the lace dress.The monochrome number featured delicate bow embellishment as well as a subtle, cut-out print and frayed hemline.Until the end of the 19th century the area which now includes Fitzrovia belonged to the Duke of Grafton and his family; their surname is Fitzroy, which may be the source for the tavern.The name was adopted during the inter-war years initially by and later in recognition of the artistic and bohemian community habitually found at the public house.
The pair packed on the PDA in the backseat of a taxi as they made their way home following a meal with mutual friends.