Strictly star Emma Weymouth stuns as she poses in plunging gown and feather hat

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FORMER Strictly star Lady Emma Weymouth sits this one out in a plunging gown that makes the most of her cha-cha-charms.

The Marchioness of Bath, 34, posed for posh mag Tatler and has been chosen to feature on its latest cover.

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Lady Emma Weymouth looks incredible in an impressive gown and hat [/caption]

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The Marchioness of Bath was chosen to be Tatler magazine’s latest cover star[/caption]

Emma looks stunning in a dress by Prabal Gurung and hat by Alison Todd.

The socialite and 2019 Strictly star married the then Viscount Weymouth, Ceawlin Thynn, at the 128-room Elizabethan stately pile Longleat in 2013.

In 2020 she became the first Black Marchioness in British history after the death of her husband’s father, Alexander Thynn, 7th Marquess of Bath.

In the Tatler interview Emma discusses her family’s ambitions for the Longleat estate as well as keeping in touch with her Strictly Come Dancing partner Aljaž Škorjanec during lockdown.

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Emma became the first Black Marchioness in British history in 2020[/caption]

Emma said: “I want to do this majestic estate justice because I think it deserves it.

“It was built in 1580 and it is our job to leave it in better shape for the next generation.

“It deserves to be loved.”

  • See the full feature in the January 2021 issue of Tatler available via digital download and newsstands on Thursday
The socialite was partnered with Aljaž Škorjanec on Strictly in 2019
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Emma married the then Viscount Weymouth, Ceawlin Thynn, at Longleat in 2013[/caption]

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