Inside Strictly’s Viscountess Emma Weymouth’s huge historic Longleat House with its own safari park, four poster beds and marble kitchen

VISCOUNTESS Emma Weymouth is currently showing off her skills on Strictly Come Dancing but away from the dance floor she lives it up in a stunning historic home.

The 33-year-old, who is married to Cawlin Thynn, the son of Alexander Then, 7th Marquess of Bath, resides in Longleat House in Wiltshire.

Emma Weymouth lives in the stunning Longleat house

The impressive countryside property not only features 130 rooms but it also has its very own safari park.

The mum-of-two and her husband only live in section of the home but images show it is just as grand as you would expect.

Emma spends a lot of time cooking and coming up with recipes in her country chic kitchen which features a double oven and marble island.

The couple’s bedroom features a huge four poster bed and there is stunning patterned wallpaper throughout.

The mum-of-two spends lots of time in her country chic kitchen
The kitchen features a double over and cream cupboards
Her dining room is a little bit more eye-opening
Emma and her husband often host lavish parties at the house

Emma has put her personal touch to the rooms and in her bedroom she’s created a flower frame for her large mirror.

The living room is incredibly grand with huge draped curtains and massive pieces of art throughout.

There appears to be antique furniture scattered around their living quarters and even a library full of old books – with its very own secret door.

Emma even exercises in style as she has a peloton exercise bike and running machine in one of the grand rooms.

The house is set in a safari park
Emma and her husband Cawlin Thynn on their wedding day
The couple have a huge four poster bed
Even Emma’s work out room looks grand
She had a floral mirror she decorated herself

The home also features a stunning and very spacious orangery, where Emma likes to hold parties for her children.

The gorgeous space overlooks the immaculate gardens where Emma spends lots of her time.

The star is a big fan of wildlife and loves getting stuck in – helping to feed the 500 animals spread over 9,000 acres.

When asked recently how much time she spends in the park, she said: “All the time.  I literally gave a rhino a mud bath yesterday.”

The house also features a secret doorway in the library

Speaking about her home recently, Emma told Grazia: “We live in an apartment in the house.

“Our little section is littered with diggers and footballs. It’s like a reverse Tardis, because you come into our bit and it’s as you’d expect with two kids under five – normal.”

Last weekend Emma and her partner Aljaz Skorjanec were saved in the dance off against Dev Griffin and Dianne Buswell.


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