How I beat the snobs, by Britain's first black marchioness, as she prepares to marry into one of Britain's most eccentric aristocratic families
Emma McQuiston, 26, is the daughter of a Nigerian oil tycoon
She is to wed Ceawlin Thynne, Viscount of Weymouth, 38
His father, the Marquess of Bath
The Viscount is heir to Longleat House and its 100,000 acre estate
Her half-brother Ian is married to Ceawlin's aunt, Lady Silvy Cerne Thynne
By CLAIRE ELLICOTT
PUBLISHED: 04:17 EST, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 04:04 EST, 2 April 2013
Beautiful, accomplished and with an impeccable pedigree, she is every inch the aristocratic wife.
And Emma McQuiston will be making history when she marries as she is destined to become Britains first black marchioness.
She is marrying into our most eccentric aristocratic family her future father-in-law, Alexander Thynn, the seventh Marquess of Bath, is famous for his harem of wifelets.
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