Jemima Goldsmith – Biography, Facts & Life Story

Jemima Goldsmith
Nickname Jemima
Gender Female
Age 48 years old (in 2022)
Date of Birth January 30, 1974
Full Name Jemima Marcelle Goldsmith (AKA Jemima Marcelle Khan)
Profession Producer, journalist, campaigner
Nationality British-Pakistani
Birthplace London, England
Religion Islam
Zodiac Sign Aquarius

Height, Weight & Physical Stats

Body Measurements 34-25-32 inches
Bodytype Slim
Height 5 feet 7 inches (1.70 m)
Weight 70 kg (154 lbs)
Waist 25 inches
Hair Color Medium Blonde
Eye Color Hazel Brown
Shoe Size 8 US
Dress Size 4 US

Jemima Goldsmith was born on 30th January 1974 in Westminster Hospital in London. Jemima Khan is a Hollywood Television and narrative maker and organizer of a TV creation organization i.e Instinct Productions. Jemima Goldsmith’s, mother is from a distinguished Anglo-Irish family, who is the daughter of the Marquess of Londonderry. Jemima Goldsmith’s dad was the child of lavish lodging head honcho and previous Conservative Member of Parliament.

Jemima Goldsmith was an associate editor and journalist in the past, of an American political and social magazine, The New Statesman. She was likewise the part of European editorial manager for Vanity Fair. Jemima Goldsmith’s parents had a polyamorous relationship in which they were hitched to various accomplices at the same time. Later on, they wedded to legitimize their young kids in 1978.

Jemima Goldsmith grew up at Ormeley Lodge and went to the Old Vicarage private academy. She likewise studied in Francis Holland School. Jemima Goldsmith was a cultivated equestrian in London, at a mediocre age of 17 years. Later on, in 1993, Jemima Goldsmith was enlisted at the University of Bristol and considered learning English, however, Jemima dropped her studies on account of her wedding in late 1995.

In March 2002, Jemima Goldsmith, at last, finished her 4-year graduation. Jemima Goldsmith concentrated on Modern Trends in Islam and completed her Masters in Middle Eastern Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Jemima Goldsmith established a London-based writing substance organization known as Instinct Productions,  having some expertise in documentaries, superb TV, and movies in collaboration with  Henrietta Conrad in 2016. Jemima Goldsmith was the official maker of the narrative documentary, The Clinton Affair that earned her the Emmy winning Alex Gibney and the Academy Award for A&E Network.

Jemima Goldsmith was the official maker for narrative movie We Steal Secrets. It was the Story of WikiLeaks composed by Alex Gibney. This film was released and become part of the BAFTA selected films in early 2013. Jemima, began working and adding her opinions to the United Kingdom’s magazines, and newspapers incorporating The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Evening Standard, and The Observer.

On the eve of the races for The Independent Selections, she was allowed a selective meeting with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in 2008. From 21 October 2007 to 27 January 2008, Jemima Goldsmith was working as a Sunday Telegraph feature writer. Till 2011, Jemima Goldsmith was a contributing editorial manager and starring essayist for the magazine British Vogue. Later on, Jemima Goldsmith was designated as the Vanity Fair’s new European editorial manager in 2011.

Jemima, propelled an eponymous fashion mark that utilized poor Pakistani ladies to weave western garments with eastern handiwork to get sold in New York, and London in 1998. All the profit earnings were given to her better half’s Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital. Until December 2001, Jemima Goldsmith ran this association.

She demonstrate her modeling skills at the launching of Azzaro Couture scent in 2008.  Spring 2009 collection for Azzaro, was co-originated by her and the income was apparently given to UNICEF. At the 2001 British Fashion Awards, She turned out to be the winner of Rover People’s Award for the best dressed female superstar. Jemima Goldsmith was likewise starred on Vanity Fair’s Annual International Best-Dressed List until 2007.

At Jalozai camp Peshawar, in order to provide clothing, tents, and medicinal services, Jemima Goldsmith set up the Jemima Khan Afghan Refugee Appeal for Afghan displaced people. In 2001, Jemima Goldsmith turned into an Ambassador for UNICEF UK. She made field excursions to Romania, Kenya, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan. She later helped casualties of the 2005 Kashmir seismic tremor by raising crisis reserves.

In 1995, Jemima Goldsmith wedded Pakistani cricketer and lawmaker Imran Khan. A couple of months before her wedding, to Imran Khan, Jemima Khan changed over to Islam, referring to the works of Charles le Gai Eaton, Muhammad Asad, and Alija Izetbegović as her motivations. Soon after her marriage to Imran Khan, Jemima Khan migrated to the place where he grew up, Lahore, Pakistan. Later, Jemima Khan figured out how to communicate in Urdu and furthermore wore customary Pakistani garments. Later in 2004, the couple separated. They together had two children.

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Jemima Goldsmith Education

Qualification: Dropped Out from University

School: Francis Holland School

College: University of Bristol, SOAS, University of London

Jemima Goldsmith Career

Profession: Producer, journalist, campaigner

Known For: Former wife of Prime Minister of Pakistan i.e., Imran Khan

Debut:

Film Debut: We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (2013)

We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks (2013)
movie poster

Salary: $13 Million (₹90 Crore) approx

Net Worth: $100 Million (₹680 Crore) approx

Family & Relatives

Father: James Goldsmith

James Goldsmith
Jemima’s father

Mother: Lady Annabel Goldsmith

Lady Annabel Goldsmith
Jemima’s mother

Brother: Zac Goldsmith

Zac Goldsmith
Jemima Goldsmith with her brother

Ben Goldsmith

Ben Goldsmith
Jemima Goldsmith with her brother

Robin Birley

Robin Birley
Jemima’s brother

Rupert Birley

Rupert Birley
Jemima Goldsmith with her brother

Jethro Goldsmith

Jethro Goldsmith
Jemima’s brother

Manes Goldsmith
Alix Marcaccini

Sister: India Jane Birley

India Jane Birley
Jemima’s sister

Isabel Goldsmith

Isabel Goldsmith
Jemima’s sister

Charlotte Goldsmith

Marital Status: Divorced

Ex Spouse: Imran Khan (m. 1995–2004)

Imran Khan
Jemima Goldsmith with her ex-husband

No. of Children: 2

Son: Sulaiman Isa Khan

Sulaiman Isa Khan
Jemima Goldsmith with her son

Kasim Khan

Kasim Khan
Jemima’s son

Past Relationships:

  • Imran Khan (1995-2004),  Cricketer & Present Prime Minister of Pakistan
  • Hugh Grant (2004-2007), Actor
  • Russell Brand (2013), Actor

Jemima Goldsmith Favorites

Hobbies: Horse Riding

Favorite Destination: Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan

Favorite Food: Continental

Favorite Sport: Squash

Facts You Never Knew About Jemima Goldsmith

  • In 1995, Jemima Goldsmith wedded Pakistani cricketer and lawmaker Imran Khan.
  • A couple of months before her wedding, to Imran Khan, Jemima Khan changed over to Islam, referring to the works of Charles le Gai Eaton, Muhammad Asad
  • At Jalozai camp Peshawar, in order to provide clothing, tents, and medicinal services, Jemima Goldsmith set up the Jemima Khan Afghan Refugee Appeal for Afghan displaced people.
  • In 2001, Jemima Goldsmith turned into an Ambassador for UNICEF UK. She made field excursions to Romania, Kenya, Bangladesh, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
  • Jemima, propelled an eponymous fashion mark that utilized poor Pakistani ladies to weave western garments with eastern handiwork to get sold in New York, and London in 1998. All the profit earnings were given to her better half’s Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital.
  • She later helped casualties of the 2005 Kashmir seismic tremor by raising crisis reserves.
  • Jemima Khan figured out how to communicate in Urdu and furthermore wore customary Pakistani garments.
  • .Jemima Goldsmith was the official maker of the narrative documentary, The Clinton Affair that earned her the Emmy winning Alex Gibney and the Academy Award
  • Jemima Goldsmith established a London-based writing substance organization known as Instinct Productions, having some expertise in documentaries
  • Till 2011, Jemima Goldsmith was a contributing editorial manager and starring essayist for the magazine British Vogue.
  • Jemima Goldsmith was designated as the Vanity Fair’s new European editorial manager in 2011.
  • Jemima Goldsmith’s dad was the child of lavish lodging head honcho and previous Conservative Member of Parliament.
  • At the 2001 British Fashion Awards, She turned out to be the winner of Rover People’s Award for the best dressed female superstar.

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