Emma looked so much more relaxed and comfortable which is so great to see. It was very elegant which I expected from Emma and her acting was really really good. Unfortunately there was big gaps between them when in hold and there are definitely improvements that can be made. Overall they had really good story telling and it was a big improvement from last week.
Not the best tango song but some really good elements and Emma did really well. Managed to stay in Character for the whole dance and shows promise for storytelling. She was bit tense in the shoulders at points which ruined her top line but overall a good first ballroom dance.
Emma Thynn, Viscountess Weymouth is a businesswoman, chef, model and philanthropist.
Viscountess Emma Weymouth said “I absolutely love watching Strictly every weekend and I can’t believe that I’m getting the chance to be on this series. I know it will be such an amazing experience from start to finish. I can’t wait for the dancing and the fabulous outfits!”
Following her marriage in 2013 to Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, Emma became the chatelaine of the Longleat Estate in Wiltshire. Emma was born in London in 1986 to a British mother and Nigerian father and was raised in South Kensington. In 2015 Emma launched ‘Emma’s Kitchen’ at Longleat, a space for her to share her love of food and cooking using the backdrop of the original kitchens within Longleat House. In addition, Emma is a contributing editor for British Vogue, makes regular appearances as a guest chef on James Martin’s Saturday Morning TV show and is a model and ambassador for various brands. In the area of animal conservation Emma is particularly involved in Longleat’s project to help save the Northern White Rhino and its work with the charity TUSK.