Maya Henry turned heads in a pink ensemble on Thursday as she attended the opening of the Saint Francis Of Assisi exhibition at The National Gallery.
The model, 21, was at a private dinner hosted by fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli where she led the glamour alongside Emma Weymouth.
She showcased her incredible figure in a pink metallic corset which she teamed with a coordinating silk midi skirt.
The beauty added an oversized knitted pink cardigan over the number and elevated her frame in a pair of dazzling towering heels.
Maya pulled her long dark tresses back in a neat high bun from a centre parting and applied a radiant palette of makeup to accentuate her beauty.
Sensational: Maya Henry (left) and Emma Weymouth (right) dressed to impress on Thursday as they attended the opening of the Saint Francis Of Assisi exhibition at The National Gallery
Glamorous: The model, 21, was at a private dinner hosted by fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli
She was joined at the dinner by the Marchioness of Bath Emma Weymouth who wowed in a shiny white suit.
The 37-year-old donned a white tube top to showcase her slim figure, which she paired with a statement shining suit.
The socialite added inches to her height with heels to match the neutral tones of her ensemble and toted her belongings in a sliver sparkly bag to add to the glitz and glam of the look.
For make-up, she wore a very glowing palette with a rosy red lip and black eyeliner to accentuate her beauty.
She posed for pictures with Brunello’s daughter Carolina Cucinelli and fashion writer Pippa Vosper.
Coordinated: She showcased her incredible figure in a pink metallic corset which she teamed with a coordinated silk midi skirt
Eye catching: The beauty added an oversized knitted pink cardigan over the number and elevated her frame in a pair of dazzling towering heels
Flawless: She was joined at the dinner by the Marchioness of Bath Emma Weymouth who wowed in a shiny white suit
Stunning: The 37-year-old donned a white tube top to showcase her slim figure, which she paired with a statement shining suit
High spirits: The socialite was all smiles as she departed for the evening
Also in attendance were Mark Strong, Martha Ward, Federica Benda and Liza Marshall for the swanky evening out.
Emma’s father-in-law Alexander Thynn died from Covid-19 in April 2020, making her husband the Marquess of Bath in April, and inheriting the estate Longleat, which is famous for being the first drive-through safari park outside of Africa.
Emma has been married to Viscount Weymouth Ceawlin Thynn, 48, since June 2013, with the couple sharing sons John, six, and Henry, four.
Home time: The beauty looked rather cold after stepping outside in the summering glam outfit
Night out: The socialite added inches to her height with heels to match the neutral tones of her ensemble
Socialites: She posed for pictures with author Pippa Vosper, who stunned in a netted black dress
The boys’ official titles are The Honourable John Alexander Ladi Thynn and The Honourable Henry Richard Isaac Thynn.
On her wedding day, Emma became the first black marchioness in British history.
Yet in November, Emma said she doesn’t want her skin colour to be a ‘defining characteristic’ and is a reluctant role model after becoming Britain’s first black marchioness.
The Marchioness, who is the daughter of a Nigerian oil tycoon, appeared on the cover of Tatler in November 2021 talking about her grand plans for her family’s Longleat estate.
Stunning: The beauty added a glittery bag for extra glitz and glam for her evening out
Radiant: Emma opted for a flawless glowy make-up palette including a rosy lip and black eyeliner to accentuate her beauty
Friends: Emma posed for pictured with Carolina Cucinelli, daughter of Brunello who was hosting the dinner
High profile: Carolina, Emma and Pippa all looked stunning at the cultural exhibition
Networking: The private dinner was held in the exquisite National Gallery for an exclusive gathering
In the interview she said she had a ‘responsibility’ to maintain the estate. She added: ‘I aspire to a future where [my skin colour] is not a defining characteristic.’
In the past, Emma has also talked about raising her sons on the Longleat estate which contains an enormous wildlife Park.
In 2014 she told Hello! Magazine that her eldest son John was getting a varied education from living around animals.
She said: ‘He’s learned to roar from being around the Longleat safari park lions and the animatronic dinosaurs. He can make monkey noises, too.’
Famous faces: Stardust actor Mark Strong was also present at the stylish dinner party
Glamorous occasion: (L to R) Liza Marshall, Mark Strong, Carolina Cucinelli and Federica Benda
Style: Art historian Flora Vesterberg, who is the late Queen’s cousin twice removed, looked gorgeous in a black-and-white flora dress with lace trims
Sensational: Pippa wore a semi-sheer knitted black dress, which she paired with gold twisty heels
Fashionable company: Deputy Editor of British Vogue Sarah Harris was smart in black tailored trousers with a chic white blazer
Company: (L to R) Federica Benda, Carolina Cucinelli and Director of the National Gallery Dr Gabriele Finaldi
Wow: Emily Hallie also opted for all white in a floral blazer and matching skirt – with standout red heels
Guests: Vogue contributor Candice Lake opted for a shiny maxi skirt as she posed with Martha Ward
Gathering: (L to R) Editor of Esquire Alex Bilmes, Charlie Porter and CEO of The Art Newspaper Nick Sargent