Emma Weymouth stuns in a sheer purple kaftan worn over a tie-front bikini while at the beach in St Tropez
The Marchioness of Bath, 37, stunned in a sheer purple kaftan worn over a tie-front bikini while walking along barefoot.
Emma looked sensational in the brightly coloured garment, which boasted a waist tie wrap, which she knotted at the front.
The socialite accessorised her ensemble with a chic boat hat and a glamorous pair of oversized black shades, while carrying a woven tote bag.
Emma and her husband Ceawlin Thynn, 49, the 8th Marquess of Bath have been enjoying a luxury summer getaway in the South of France.
Emma and Ceawlin married at their stunning home, Longleat, in June 2013. They welcomed their first child, John, in October 2014.
Following a pregnancy struggle, the couple welcomed their second child, a son, Henry, via a surrogate in Los Angeles in December 2016.
The boys’ official titles are The Honourable John Alexander Ladi Thynn and The Honourable Henry Richard Isaac Thynn.
At the time, Emma told the Daily Mail: ‘We are simply ecstatic. His arrival has completed our little family and brought us so much happiness.’
Ceawlin added: ‘Never did I imagine that in West Hollywood I’d become father to John’s little miracle baby brother.
‘It’s a wonder of modern science that the Longleat Bath family has been completed (for now at least) by Emma and I having a much-loved son, helped so crucially by a tremendous surrogate in California, to extend our family.’
Former Strictly Come Dancing star Emma became the first black Marchioness in British history on her wedding day.
The Grade II-listed home was bought from a multi-millionaire divorcee whose former husband’s Nazi-supporting grandfather was convicted at the Nuremberg trials.
Churchill lived there on and off from 1945 until his death – inside his bedroom – in 1965 at the age of 90 after suffering a stroke.
The grand home was last put on the market in 2016 for £28 million after undergoing extensive renovations.
Earlier this year, the couple purchased a property in West London once lived in by Winston Churchill for £18.5 million.