Making a splash! Marchioness of Bath Emma Weymouth, 36, shows off her incredible figure in £185 Dolce & Gabbana leopard print bikini while playing with her son on the beach in St Tropez
- Emma Weymouth, 36, showed off her enviable figure in the south of France
- The mother-of-two looked chic as she played with her young son
- The Marchioness of Bath looked like she’d been for a dip herself
Emma Weymouth stunned in a Dolce & Gabbana leopard print bikini as she paddled with her son on the beach in St Tropez.
The Marchioness of Bath, 36, showed off her toned abs in the £185 two-piece as she held her son’s hand while he made a splash in the waves.
Accessorising her beach chic look, she added a straw hat and sunglasses. She also wore a gold chain and, for practicality, a hair tie around her wrist.
The mother-of-two had clearly just taken a dip herself as her wet hair flowed down her back.
Emma Weymouth, 36, showed off her enviable figure in a Dolce & Gabbana leopard print bikini on the beach in St Tropez
The Marchioness of Bath looked chic as she played with her son in the waves
The Marchioness has been married to Viscount Weymouth Ceawlin Thynn, 48, since June 2013, with the couple sharing sons John, six, and Henry, four.
The boys’ official titles are The Honourable John Alexander Ladi Thynn and The Honourable Henry Richard Isaac Thynn.
On her wedding day, Emma became the first black marchioness in British history.
Yet in November Emma said she doesn’t want her skin colour to be a ‘defining characteristic’ and is a reluctant role model after becoming Britain’s first black marchioness.
Emma accessorised her bikini with a hat and sunglasses, plus subtle gold jewellery as she led her son along the shore
The mother-of-two looked like she had taken a dip herself, as her wet hair flowed down her back
The Marchioness, who is the daughter of a Nigerian oil tycoon, appeared on the cover of Tatler in November 2021 talking about her grand plans for her family’s Longleat estate.
In the interview she said she had a ‘responsibility’ to maintain the estate.
She added: ‘I aspire to a future where [my skin colour] is not a defining characteristic.’
In the past Emma has also talked about raising her sons on the Longleat estate which contains an enormous wildlife Park.
In 2014 she told Hello! magazine that her eldest son John was getting a varied education from living around animals.
She said: ‘He’s learned to roar from being around the Longleat safari park lions and the animatronic dinosaurs. He can make monkey noises, too.’