Emma Weymouth joins her husband Viscount Weymouth to open Festival of Light Wiltshire
She recently admitted she was 'heartbroken' to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing.
And Emma Weymouth looked in high spirits as she helped to open the annual Festival of Light at Longleat with her husband Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, 45, in Wiltshire on Saturday.
The socialite, 33, cut a stylish figure for the event, donning a black turtle neck jumper which she paired with houndstooth shorts.
Event: Emma Weymouth, 33, looked in high spirits as she helped to open the annual Festival of Light at Longleat, Wiltshire on Saturday
Also sporting black boots and matching tights, Emma wrapped up for the frosty weather in a black coat.
Letting her brunette locks fall loose down her shoulders, the model completed her look with a pair of gold earrings.
Emma was partnered with professional dancer Aljaz Skorjanec on this year's series of Strictly with the couple eliminated from the competition in week seven.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, the model admitted she has been anaylsing her final performance since she left the show.
Couple: Emma was joined by her husband Ceawlin Thynn, Viscount Weymouth, 45
She said: 'I'm very hard on myself so I keep reliving every moment of that last dance.
'I torture myself about every step, every mistake. I did Strictly with my whole heart, my whole soul. I genuinely put everything into it. To be part of it is so amazing. It's...'
'I did it with so much honesty. It's so exposing. I'm not a nutcase. I know it's only a TV show, a competition, and that once a week someone has to go home.
'The sad part is thinking about the dances we [she and partner Aljaz Skorjanec] would have danced but can't now. I wish I had one more chance. I really do.
Fashion: Emma sported a black turtle-neck jumper and gold earrings at the event
'Aljaz had an amazing quickstep planned and a paso doble. Strictly is a bubble — a magical bubble — to fall out of it so quickly, so abruptly is...' she searched for the right word and settles upon 'sad'.
The socialite told how some of her fellow celebrities expressed sympathy with her difficult routine in her final week.
'I knew it was a challenging dance to begin with. Everybody dreads it. The other dancers were looking at us as if to say, "poor you". I realise they [the show organisers] have to make sure there's a variety of dances but to go out on the samba was...' She shook her head.
Show: Emma was partnered with Aljaz Skorjanec on this year's series of Strictly with the couple eliminated from the competition in week seven (pictured in October 2019)
'You have to respect the judges' decision. I can't change it. I gave it my best shot. Motsi [judge Motsi Mabuse] came to talk to me afterwards. She gave me a hug. I went back to my dressing room and cried.
'Aljaz and [his wife and fellow professional dancer] Janette came up. My mum and sister, Sam, were there too. We had a drink.
'You know, the saddest thing was when Aljaz bowed to me after the judges' decision. That's what he did on the very first show.
'It isn't just the dancing. It's an emotional and psychological experience. You can't really describe it — the focus, the dedication. It really is all-consuming. I loved every second of it. I was heartbroken after the results show.'
Emma said: 'I torture myself about every step, every mistake. I did Strictly with my whole heart. I genuinely put everything into it. To be part of it is so amazing' (pictured in October 2019)