Emma Weymouth flaunts her sensational physique


Emma Weymouth proved herself to be fashion royalty on Tuesday evening as she put on a sensational display while hitting the town. 

Joining a host of stars at the opening of the new Superdry flagship store in London, the stunner was showing off her lean figure to perfection in a sexy look. 

She sported a leopard print coord which made the most of her tiny waist and taut abs thanks to its tiny bralet and form-fitting pencil skirt. 

Wow: Emma Weymouth proved herself to be fashion royalty on Tuesday evening as she put on a sensational display while hitting the town

Wow: Emma Weymouth proved herself to be fashion royalty on Tuesday evening as she put on a sensational display while hitting the town

Emma looked jaw-dropping in the sexy ensemble as she posed up a storm on the red carpet while showing off her flawless figure and edgy style. 

The bralet sat high of her ribs to best show off her stomach while she nipped in her waist with the pencil skirt which clung to her lithe frame. 

She upped the vampish glam of the look with a plum hued lipstick and matching nails while her hair was sleeked back into a tight ponytail. 

Ensuring she did not catch a chill, she later pulled a chic blazer over the ensemble and accessorised with matching bracelet and earrings.  

Amazing: Joining a host of stars at the opening of the new Superdry flagship store in London, the stunner was showing off her lean figure to perfection in a sexy look

Amazing: Joining a host of stars at the opening of the new Superdry flagship store in London, the stunner was showing off her lean figure to perfection in a sexy look

Miaow! She sported a leopard print coord which made the most of her tiny waist and taut abs thanks to its tiny bralet and form-fitting pencil skirt

Miaow! She sported a leopard print coord which made the most of her tiny waist and taut abs thanks to its tiny bralet and form-fitting pencil skirt

Emma’s father-in-law Alexander Thynn died from Covid-19 in April, making her husband the Marquess of Bath in April, and inheriting the estate Longleat.

The estate is famous for being the first drive-through safari park outside of Africa.

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

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

Hot stuff: Emma looked jaw-dropping in the sexy ensemble as she posed up a storm on the red carpet while showing off her flawless figure and edgy style

Hot stuff: Emma looked jaw-dropping in the sexy ensemble as she posed up a storm on the red carpet while showing off her flawless figure and edgy style

Speaking in November 2020, she said she doesn’t want her skin colour to be a ‘defining characteristic’ The socialite said she is a ‘reluctant role model’ after becoming Britain’s first black marchioness’.

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

While Emma, the daughter of a Nigerian oil tycoon, is deeply respectful of her new title, she is a reluctant role model, according to the society magazine.

Chic: Ensuring she did not catch a chill, she later pulled a chic blazer over the ensemble and accessorised with matching bracelet and earrings

Chic: Ensuring she did not catch a chill, she later pulled a chic blazer over the ensemble and accessorised with matching bracelet and earrings

She said: ‘Where I have been discussed in a positive light, as positive change, I’m grateful for being included in the conversation.  

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

The Marchioness’s first child, John (now Viscount Weymouth), was born in October 2014. The pregnancy, however, was a difficult one, during which Emma was diagnosed with hypophysitis

Sizzling: She upped the vampish glam of the look with a plum hued lipstick and matching nails while her hair was sleeked back into a tight ponytail

Sizzling: She upped the vampish glam of the look with a plum hued lipstick and matching nails while her hair was sleeked back into a tight ponytail

A rare and potentially life-threatening condition which causes inflammation of the pituitary gland, it meant that she suffered a bleed on her brain – and had to undergo an emergency caesarian section.

While both mother and son thankfully pulled through, the Marchioness was subsequently told that she couldn’t have any more children naturally. 

The star and her husband, the Marquess of Bath, opted to use an American surrogate. Their second son, Lord Henry, was born in December 2016 in Los Angeles.

Despite knowing she couldn’t safely carry another child herself, Emma has candidly admitted that she struggled emotionally to come to terms with the choice.

A vision: Speaking in November 2020, she said she doesn't want her skin colour to be a 'defining characteristic' The socialite said she is a 'reluctant role model' after becoming Britain's first black marchioness'

A vision: Speaking in November 2020, she said she doesn’t want her skin colour to be a ‘defining characteristic’ The socialite said she is a ‘reluctant role model’ after becoming Britain’s first black marchioness’

Speaking as part of 5 Days of Vogue Wellness virtual event, in a discussion entitled ‘Motherhood and me: How having a baby made me love my body and soul’,

The brunette beauty revealed that ‘Having a surrogate carry Henry was a massive decision’.

She went on: ‘I felt guilty and I felt confused, and it was the sharing with other women who have done the same thing for such diverse reasons that helped me arrive at that decision.’

A vision: Speaking as part of 5 Days of Vogue Wellness virtual event, in a discussion entitled 'Motherhood and me: How having a baby made me love my body and soul'

A vision: Speaking as part of 5 Days of Vogue Wellness virtual event, in a discussion entitled ‘Motherhood and me: How having a baby made me love my body and soul’

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