To all outward appearances, the Marchioness of Bath has an almost idyllic life. Subject: Emma McQuiston just became the Marchioness of Bath Anonymous For those who follow British society -- the UK's most excentric noble just died of COVID-19. TALK OF THE TOWN: Why the ghostly green woman of Longleat House means Lady Bath must sleep with the She was photographed at her home for the January 2021 cover shoot, resplendent in couture and every inch the regal Lady. The couple's 2013 marriage was boycotted by his parents, but attended by his sister. Emma moved into Longleat House, the Thynn family seat which Ceawlin had taken over the management of from his father in 2010, and the couple … As chatelaine of the historic Longleat House, a model, TV star, cook and the mother of two adorable children, Emma Thynn could be said to have it all. Credit: Photo: Rex Features . Emma’s husband is Viscount Weymouth, Ceawlin Thynn, 45, who will become the 8th Marquess of Bath when his father Alexander Thynn dies. When her husband, Ceawlin, Viscount Weymouth, assumes the title held at the moment by his 86-year-old father, Alexander, the current, and seventh, Marquess of Bath, Emma will become Britain’s first black marchioness. The Marchioness of Bath's son, Ceawlin Thynn, and his wife, Emma McQuiston. Emma is a much younger half-sister of Iain McQuiston (born circa 1962), husband of Thynn's half-aunt, Lady Silvy Cerne Thynne (daughter of Ceawlin's paternal grandfather, the 6th Marquess of Bath, by his second wife). Emma’s father-in-law Alexander George Thynn… Alexander Thynn… 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. Emma McQuiston was born in 1986 to a Nigerian father and an English mother. British fashion model, socialite, and television personality Emma Weymouth has become the new Marchioness of Bath following the death of her father-in-law on Saturday. Before being Marchioness of Bath, Emma Weymouth was Deputy Countess of Weymouth, as her husband, Ceawlin Thynn, was Viscount of Weymouth. When the seventh Marquis of Bath and Emma… The Marchioness of Bath has hit back … Perhaps most significantly to today, it has also welcomed Britain’s first black Viscountess - now Marchioness - into the fold, with the marriage of Emma McQuiston to Ceawlin Thynn, 8th Marquess of Bath in 2013.