Emma Weymouth from Strictly says she & # 39; excited & # 39; is to work with Aljaz Skorjanec, but admits that they are & # 39; terrified & # 39; is to take to the dance floor
Viewers saw her partner with Aljaz Skorjanec on Saturday night at the launch of Strictly Come Dancing.
And Vincountess Emma Weymouth has shared her joy about working with the professional dancer, 29, who won the show with Abbey Clancy in 2013.
In an interview with Hello magazine, the 33-year-old predicted that she would be paired with a & # 39; tall boy & # 39; and admitted that they were & # 39; terrified & # 39; was thinking of dancing live on TV.
& # 39; I'm excited! & # 39 ;: Vincountess Emma Weymouth shared her joy about working with Aljaz Skorjanec at the launch of Strictly Come Dancing on Saturday night
Emma said: & # 39; I knew I was going to get a tall boy because I am 5ft, but every time I talked about it I felt nervous.
& # 39; I am really happy that they brought us together, Aljaz is a brilliant, hard-working dancer and I am so excited to be taught by someone who has had such an incredible experience.
& # 39; We continue, our personalities match, and it is good to train with someone with the same energy and sense of humor.
Keep dancing: the 33-year-old predicted she would be paired with a & # 39; tall boy & # 39; and admitted that they were & # 39; terrified & # 39; was thinking of dancing live on TV
& # 39; I'm just going to train as much as I can and work very hard. I don't want to disappoint anyone, neither my partner nor myself.
& # 39; It's frightening to dance on a professional dance floor for those judges and a live audience and the rest of the world. I wish I knew what to expect. I just feel happy that I can do it all. & # 39;
Speaking of the training, Emma MailOnline said: & # 39; Training is great, it is really a challenge. I'm not really a trained dancer – so it's a totally new world, but it's something I've wanted to do all my life. & # 39;
The beauty also touched the bonds that form between her and her co-stars, since the rehearsals, as she adds, they all have: & have fun behind the scenes, we laugh a lot and have a good time. & # 39;
Delighted: & # 39; I am really happy to have brought us together, Aljaz is a brilliant, hard-working dancer and I am so excited to be taught by someone who has had such an incredible experience & # 39; , she said
Strictly: Now read the entire story in Hello-out
Emma, born in London of a British mother and a Nigerian father, grew up in South Kensington before attending University College London, where she studied art history.
In 2013, she married Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, heir to the 7th Marquis of Bath, Alexander Thynn, 87, and became the chatelaine of the Longleat Estate in Wiltshire.
The chef gave birth to her first child, the esteemed John Alexander Ladi Thynn, in October 2014.
She then welcomed his little brother, the honorable Henry Richard Isaac Thynn, through a surrogate in a private clinic in West Hollywood in December 2016.
In addition to being a contributing editor for British Vogue, Emma also regularly appears as a guest chef on James Martin's Saturday morning TV show and launched Emma & # 39; s Kitchen in Longleat in 2015.
Family: In 2013, Emma married Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, heir to the 7th Marquis of Bath, Alexander Thynn, 87, (pictured together in June)
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