It is unbelievable that in 2015 there are still issues about race. Nine (9) times out of ten (10) people of color are mostly the ones faced with discrimination. Two year’s ago when Viscountess Weymouth, daughter of a Nigerian billionaire oil tycoon married Ceawlin Thynn, the son of the Marquess of Bath, Ceawlin’s mother condemned the couple for creating a “disruption” to the family’s 400-year-old English bloodline.

Twenty nine year old Lady Weymouth who considers herself as a Londoner, said race was never an issue until she met her hubby. She told ES Magazine that…

”It’s a cosmopolitan place, London, a melting pot. After I met Ceawlin it definitely became more of a topic.”


Apparently the story caused quite a media frenzy in Longleat, the Viscountess said…

”The feud at Longleat  has probably made me stronger. In fact being in the public eye you need to have a thick skin and be ready for everything”

Due to her mother-in-law’s discriminatory comments, the couple have banned her from seeing her grandson.




Spotted at Evening Standard


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