Emma Weymouth chopped an effortlessly chic figure while attending a charity fundraiser in London last night.
Marchioness of Bath, 37, chose a tailored leopard print suit for Turk’s conservation charity event.
When she arrived at Langan’s Brasserie club for Mayfair private members, the British socialite happily snapped pictures.
The stunning mom-of-two two-piece bodysuit featured a black racerback stripe that runs down the sides of the leggings.
Meanwhile, she showed off her perfectly tailored jacket with black lapels and a matching button-up.
Arriving at the Mayfair members’ special Langan’s Brasserie last night, Emma happily snapped some photos.
Emma chose to wear a low-cut black blouse under the jacket and accessorized with a chic silver necklace and some diamond earrings.
To complete her chic ensemble, Emma added a pair of black pointed stiletto heels and a mini leopard print clutch with a gold chain.
Styled her hair in a sleek slicked back bun, the supermodel rocked liquid eyeliner and otherwise opted for minimal makeup.
Last night’s event was hosted by African conservation charity Tusk – which has protected more than 70 million hectares of land in the past 30 years.
The glamorous event – also attended by Natalie Imbruglia and Jack Savoretti – was held to raise money for people running the Lewa Safari Marathon later this year on behalf of the charity.
Since 2000, the marathon has raised over £8 million for the charity – which has been used to sustain frontline and healthcare initiatives and schools across Kenya.
The British model has been married to Ceawlin Thynn, Marquess of Bath since 2013.
The couple – who attended the opening of the Crown To Couture exhibition at Kensington Palace earlier this month – share two children John, seven, and Henry, five.
Emma opted to wear a black low-cut blouse under the jacket and accessorized it with an elegant silver necklace and some diamond earrings.
Pictured is Emma with Tusk CEO Charlie Mayhew (left), actress Gemma Powell (center right) and singer Jack Savoretti
In 2020, Emma recalled the ‘acute personal grief’ she endured after losing her father-in-law, Lord Bath, to coronavirus.
The socialite described it as a moment “unlike any other” she experienced during the difficult lockdown period.
Lord Bath died at the age of 87 on 6 April 2020, three weeks after he was admitted to the Royal United Hospital in Bath where it was confirmed that he had Covid-19.
Emma also discussed the ‘panic’ she felt in March when the onset of the virus meant Longleat, the Elizabethan manor house and safari park she runs with her husband, had to close its gates to visitors.
Writing for British Vogue, Emma said the “humbling responsibility of being at the helm” of the estate and navigating it through the pandemic has kept her going through difficult times.
Speaking about their family’s bereavement, Emma explained: ‘It was a moment like no other in the last six months – a moment of intense personal grief.
The mother-of-two completed her look with a pair of black stiletto heels, a leopard print mini clutch and a gold chain.
Emma smiled as she left the event – which was raising money for those running the Lewa Safari Marathon later this year
We tried to show solidarity in ways we could. We lit up the house blue, and clapped our caregivers on Thursday nights, even though we had no neighbors in sight.
“But every time we did it, it was incredibly moving and increasingly so because of the way the NHS looked after my late father-in-law.”
Lord Bath was known for his flamboyant sensei and affairs with as many as 70 women, which he referred to as “wives”.
He and his wife, Anna Thane, Marchioness of Bath, boycotted Emma and Ceawlin’s wedding in 2013 because his son removed several of his self-apocalyptic murals from the walls of Longleat House.