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Emma Weymouth steps out at the star-studded British Vogue x Self-Portrait event

Emma Weymouth looks sensational in a bronze form-fitting dress as she steps out at the star-studded British Vogue x Self-Portrait event

  • Emma Weymouth, 35, looked stunning in a figure-hugging bronze midi dress
  • The Marchioness of Bath, 35, attended British Vogue x Self-Portrait event
  • The mum of two beamed from ear to ear as she showed off her physique


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Emma Weymouth pulled out all the stops when she stepped out in London tonight at the star-studded British Vogue x Self-Portrait event.

Joining Amelia Windsor, Lottie Moss and Liam Payne, the Marchioness of Bath, 35, she made sure to stand out from the crowd by donning a form-fitting bronze dress that ended just below the knee.

The mum of two was beaming from ear to ear as she showed off her incredible physique in the long sleeve ensemble.

Emma Weymouth, 35, (pictured) attended the star-studded British Vogue x Self-Portrait event in London on Thursday

Emma Weymouth, 35, (pictured) attended the star-studded British Vogue x Self-Portrait event in London on Thursday

Emma looked effortlessly glamorous in a figure-hugging bronze dress paired with nude pumps and gold accessories

Emma looked effortlessly glamorous in a figure-hugging bronze dress paired with nude pumps and gold accessories

Emma looked effortlessly glamorous in a figure-hugging bronze dress paired with nude pumps and gold accessories

Pairing the outfit with some bare Louboutin court heels, the Marchioness created a storm when she arrived at the occasion.

She also matched the outfit with a pair of understated gold chain earrings that complemented her face.

Emma wore her hair perfectly smooth back that flowed into a long, flowing ponytail that reached to her waist.

Mother-of-two Emma (pictured) swept her shiny brown hair into a sleek high ponytail and opted for red lipstick to complete the look

Mother-of-two Emma (pictured) swept her shiny brown hair into a sleek high ponytail and opted for red lipstick to complete the look

Mother-of-two Emma (pictured) swept her shiny brown hair into a sleek high ponytail and opted for red lipstick to complete the look

Emma, ​​who is married to Ceawlin Thynn, 8th Marquess of Bath, caught the eye and opted for a glamorous makeup look, including a vibrant red lipstick.

Emma’s appearance comes after she attended the star-studded Porte Noire bar launch of Idris Elba earlier this month in a gorgeous blue mini dress at Coal Drops Yard.

Emma’s father-in-law Alexander Thynn died of Covid-19 in April, leaving her husband… Marquess of Bath in April, and inherited the Longleat Estate, known as the first drive-through safari park outside Africa.

Emma has been married to Viscount Weymouth since June 2013 and the couple share sons John, five, and Henry, three.

Pairing the outfit with some naked Louboutin court heels, the Marchioness caused a storm when she arrived at the occasion

Pairing the outfit with some naked Louboutin court heels, the Marchioness caused a storm when she arrived at the occasion

Pairing the outfit with some naked Louboutin court heels, the Marchioness caused a storm when she arrived at the occasion

Emma Weymouth and Sabrina Elba attend British Vogue x Self-Portrait event in London

Emma Weymouth and Sabrina Elba attend British Vogue x Self-Portrait event in London

Emma Weymouth and Sabrina Elba attend British Vogue x Self-Portrait event in London

On her wedding day, Emma became the first black Marchioness in British history.

But in November, Emma said she doesn’t want her skin color to be a “defining feature” and to be a reluctant role model after becoming Britain’s first black Marchioness.

Emma starred on the cover of Tatler’s January 2021 issue and talked about her family’s wildly ambitious plans for Longleat, their Wiltshire estate.

Although Emma, ​​the daughter of a Nigerian oil tycoon, deeply respects her new title, she is an unwilling role model, according to Society magazine.

“Wherever I’ve been discussed in a positive light, as positive change, I’m grateful to be involved in the conversation,” she said.

“I see my role as a practical thing: as a wife, mother and someone with a responsibility to maintain this incredible estate. I strive for a future in which [my skin colour] is not a defining characteristic.’

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