Trinny Woodall has long been known for her fabulous sense of fashion, which has seen her enjoy a successful career as a style guru. So it comes as no surprise that her young daughter, Lyla Elichaoff, is following in her footsteps. During a recent trip to Paris, the mother-daughter duo enjoyed seeing the sites in serious style, and took to Trinny's Instagram account to share details their outfits of the day while taking a visit to Versailles.
Trinny Woodall and daughter Lyla both looked stylish as the enjoyed a visit to Versailles
Speaking to the camera, Trinny said: "Here we are, Lyla and I, at Versailles, and we are going to do our outfits of the day." The doting mum then asked her daughter, who looked stylish in a white vest top, patterned midi skirt and metallic trainers, to begin with, Lyla told viewers: "I am wearing a top from this place here from a place called St Judith, a skirt from Romwe and Kurt Geiger trainers."
The mother-daugther duo told viewers about their outfits of the day
Trinny, who looked chic in an all-white ensemble, then told the camera: "I am wearing my Zara cape, and my Chloe top, an old necklace from a very good friend called Yotty, Joseph trousers that I cut up to be cropped and my Carvela shoes and my Casa bag."
Trinny and Lyla also gave fans a glimpse of their close relationship, with Trinny teasing: "We are going to have a beautiful time at Versailles. Lyla,do you know what it is yet?" To which her daughter answered: "Yes, a castle." Fans adored the video, and were quick to comment on Trinny and Lyla's outfits, with one messaging: "Love this Zara cape, it's so classy and stylish," while another said: "You look amazing Trinny and your daughter is adorable." A third added: "Lovely video in Paris and great outfits."
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Back in April, Lyla appeared on This Morning with her mum during the show's fashion segment, and she admitted that she was sometimes embarrassed by her mum being on TV. After being asked by Ruth Langsford if she was proud of her mum, she replied: "Well, it's a bit embarrassing!"