See INSIDE Emma Thynn, Viscountess Weymouth’s lavish private apartment in Longleat House


Emma Thynn, Viscountess Weymouth was a fashion model before she married into the British aristocracy.

The 33-year-old now was born Emma McQuiston. She married Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth in 2013.

She is set to make history as the first black marchioness in British history when her husband becomes the 8th Marquess of Bath.

She is also making history now as the first ever contestant on Strictly Come Dancing with a title.

However, Emma was not exactly born into obscurity. Her father is a Nigerian oil magnate and her mother is a British socialite.

She grew up in South Kensington and went to Queen’s Gate School in South Kensington.

Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Nigella Lawson and Tilda Swinton were also educated there.

Romantically, Emma already knew her husband by the age of four as their families are connected.

They married in 8 June 2013, but his parents did not attend the wedding. They have two children, John and Henry.

The Viscountess is very interested in fashion and has worked with Fiorucci. She has walked in fashion shows for Dolce & Gabbana.

So, where does she? Emma lives at Longleat with her husband, and uses her Instagram account to show off her gorgeous home.

Emma posed recently with summer flowers in the garden. One image showed her posing in the garden by some pink blooms with a pram.

She has also showed off snaps from inside the property, including her bedroom. The picture shows off a huge four poster bed with a floral canopy.

He dod is sat on the white throw, looking at his master.

Emma also shared a snap of her friend in a black dress sitting on the back of a large beige sofa.

The huge windows are draped in cream curtains and there are large paintings on the walls.

There are stunning dark oak side tables and large expensive vases.

How does Emma Thynn, Viscountess Weymouth stay in shape? She is likely training for Strictly Come Dancing. 

The contestant previously revealed how she maintains her trim physique.

The mum-of-two – to John Alexander Ladi Thynn, four, and The Honourable Henry Richard Isaac Thynn, two – said she relies on high intensity interval training to stay toned and practices an exercise called Tabata, which involves 20 seconds of maximum effort then 10 seconds of recovery.

Writing for Vogue magazine, she said: “Body weight-only exercise is always an available option.”

Emma uses only 33 minutes of her day to complete the exercise, doing eight sets of eight.

She continued: “Whether you’re in a hotel room, your bedroom, between the sofa and coffee table with Peppa Pig blaring out of the TV, you can do it.

“No frills, no equipment needed, no excuses – and in under 33 minutes, it’s all over.”


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