Trinny Woodall stuns in a dazzling white dress at beauty launch in Dublin as she strikes a pose

Trinny Woodall stuns in a dazzling white dress at beauty launch in Dublin as she strikes a pose

Trinny Woodall looked glamorous as she celebrated the launch of Trinny London at Brown Thomas in Dublin, Ireland on Thursday. 

The beauty entrepreneur, 60, stunned in a full-length glitzy white dress with subtle flower detailing on it.

The pretty number had a high-neck design and shoulder pads and was worn with silver accessories. 

Arriving to the department store in the rain earlier in the day she added to the look with a long silver sequin coat. 

She boosted her height with platform heels and wore her honey tresses in a perfect bouncy blow dry.

Trinny Woodall looked glamorous as she celebrated the launch of Trinny London at Brown Thomas in Dublin, Ireland on Thursday

Trinny Woodall looked glamorous as she celebrated the launch of Trinny London at Brown Thomas in Dublin, Ireland on Thursday

The beauty entrepreneur, 60, stunned in a full-length glitzy white dress with subtle flower detailing on it

The beauty entrepreneur, 60, stunned in a full-length glitzy white dress with subtle flower detailing on it

She looked like she was having a great time at the launch as she posed with her team at the store.

It comes after Trinny declared she will continue to take hormone replacement therapy (HRT) ‘until she dies’.

Trinny has previously opened up on going through early menopause and said she will ‘do everything’ to ease her symptoms.

Revealing a day in her life to The Sunday Times, Trinny detailed her morning routine, including the supplements she takes when she wakes up.

She explained she takes high dosage of liposomal vitamin C, calling it ‘a miracle vitamin’ and added: ‘I’ll be taking HRT until the day I die.’

She has also changed her diet to better help her body as she has grown older, revealing she has the same breakfast every day – ‘a big bowl of steamed broccoli, omelette and two slices of toasted pumpernickel bread’.

Trinny also explained that she has turned her back on her usual indulgence of four sugars in her tea.

She explained she has cut out sugar entirely from her diet after reading The Glucose Revolution by Jessie Inchauspé, which looks at how sugar effects the body with age.

Trinny previously spoke about how she had made this change in order to combat the symptoms of menopause.

Arriving to the department store in the rain earlier in the day she added to the look with a long silver sequin coat

Arriving to the department store in the rain earlier in the day she added to the look with a long silver sequin coat

She looked in great spirits as she arrived to the event in her glamorous ensemble, despite the dreary weather

She looked in great spirits as she arrived to the event in her glamorous ensemble, despite the dreary weather 

The pretty number had a high-neck design and shoulder pads and was worn with silver accessories

The pretty number had a high-neck design and shoulder pads and was worn with silver accessories

She boosted her height with platform heels and wore her honey tresses in a perfect bouncy blow dry

She boosted her height with platform heels and wore her honey tresses in a perfect bouncy blow dry

She looked like she was having a great time at the launch as she posed with her team at the store

She looked like she was having a great time at the launch as she posed with her team at the store

Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald in November, she said: ‘Going through menopause is confronting and confusing. Our bodies and skin start to feel strange. 

‘During this time you need to think about how certain foods can trigger symptoms. I always ask myself – am I eating too much sugar that I can’t process during menopause?’

Last year, the What Not To Wear star admitted that menopause can be ‘incredibly debilitating’ and vowed to ‘do everything’ to ease her symptoms.

In October, Trinny told The Shift podcast: ‘I do all general hormone treatment but I stimulate my brain, I do meditation, I do strength training four times a week. I want to look after my body tremendously, so it can look after me’.

She explained she believed that going through 16 rounds of IVF triggered her early menopause.

The businesswoman gave birth to daughter Lyla in 2003 through fertility treatment after struggling to conceive.

But soon after, and still in her early forties, Trinny admitted that she felt like her ‘mojo had gone’.

She explained she was offered antidepressants after seeing ‘lots and lots’ of medics, but claims she was later told by Dr Erika Schwartz, author of The Hormone Solution, that she had actually undergone an early menopause caused by IVF, with each round having supposedly shaven a year off her cycle.

She looked as flawless as ever for the event

She looked as flawless as ever for the event 

Her fans were loving getting a chance to celebrate the launch with her

Her fans were loving getting a chance to celebrate the launch with her 

Fans queued up ahead of the event in the centre of Dublin

Fans queued up ahead of the event in the centre of Dublin

Her makeup was as flawless as ever

Her makeup was as flawless as ever

Trinny told the podcast: ‘I read this book called The Hormone Solution which she [Dr Schwartz] wrote. And I went to see her in New York and she just laid it out for me.

‘She said, “You did 16 rounds of IVF, that’s about 16 years of your cycle because each time you do a round of IVF you produce 10-12 eggs and that’s what you’re producing in a year”. 

‘Never been told that. I wouldn’t have given a s*** because I had Lyla. But it was interesting that my mum went in at 57 and there I was at 43 and so I’ve been very focused on it.’

Trinny said she only had a ‘few symptoms’ of early menopause, but that she didn’t recognise them straight away.

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