Emma Thynn, Marchioness of Bath, is a British socialite and fashion model.
She is known for her work as a model and brand ambassador for Chopard, a role that requires her attendance at red-carpet events.
Emma is also a contributing editor for British Vogue and an ambassador for Tusk Trust, a wildlife conservation charity.
She is a professional chef and has had stints presenting on the Food Network.
She is the motivating force behind the Longleat Food & Drink Festival, and her shop Emma’s Kitchen in the basement is stocked with biscuits, sweets and cakes made to her recipes.
Emma Thynn upbringing and education
Emma was born on March 26, 1986, in London, England.
Her father, Chief Oladipo Jadesimi, is a Nigerian oil billionaire, while her mother, Suzanna McQuiston, is an English socialite.
Emma was raised in South Kensington, one of London’s poshest enclaves, by her mother and her half-sister, Samantha, who is 21 years her senior.
She attended the Queen’s Gate School, a day school for girls, where she was head girl during her secondary education.
Later, she attended University College London to study art history and became close friends with Ed Tang, the son of the late Hong Kong-based businessman, fashion mogul, and restaurateur Sir David Tang.
Emma graduated with a degree in art history from University College London.
Her upbringing was unorthodox at its inception, but she enjoyed a more conventional upbringing.
She was raised by her mother and half-sister, attended a day school for girls, and thrived socially and academically.
Who is Emma Thynn’s husband?
Emma is married to Ceawlin Thynn, 8th Marquess of Bath.
Ceawlin is the second child of Alexander Thynn, the 7th Marquess of Bath.
Emma and Ceawlin have two children together, John Alexander Ladi Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, who was born in October 2014, and Lord Henry Richard Isaac Thynn, who was born in December 2016 via a surrogate.
Their wedding was not without controversy, as Ceawlin’s mother was prohibited from attending after making racist remarks regarding their marriage.
Emma and her family were reportedly estranged from her mother-in-law as a result.
Emma Thynn net worth
According to multiple sources, Emma’s net worth is estimated to be between $1 million – $5 million.
How does Emma Thynn make money?
After her marriage to Ceawlin Thynn, 8th Marquess of Bath, Emma became chatelaine of Longleat’s estate and safari park.
She also founded the food and lifestyle brand Emma’s Kitchen, which sells biscuits, sweets, and cakes made to her recipes.
Additionally, Emma is also a contributing editor to British Vogue and a brand ambassador for Chopard.
Further, she has modeled for Dolce & Gabbana and Fiorucci, and has also presented on the Food Network.
Emma is set to make history as the first black marchioness in Britain.
Emma Thynn career
Other than being the ‘chatelaine’ at Longleat’s estate and safari park, Emma is also a gifted baker and cook.
She has started hosting afternoon teas for Longleat’s paying public in the Orangery, a 19th-century conservatory, where she and Ceawlin exchanged their vows.
This way, Emma is positioning herself to become a homewares and cooking guru, and she has a food and lifestyle brand called Emma’s Kitchen.
She is also a model and brand ambassador for the jewelry house of Chopard, a role that requires her attendance at red-carpet events.
Emma has been besieged with interview requests, particularly from the American media, keen for her take on the Sussexes, but she has never met them.