Jemima Goldsmith Age, Husband, Children, Family, Affairs, Biography & More
Bio/Wiki Full NameJemima Marcelle Goldsmith ProfessionJournalist Famous ForBeing the Ex-wife of Imran Khan Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 170 cm in meters- 1.7 m in feet inches- 5’ 7” Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 70 kg in pounds- 155 lbs Figure Measurements (approx.)36-32-34 Eye ColourHazel Brown Hair ColourMedium Blonde Personal Life Date of Birth30 January 1974 Age (as in 2018)44 Years BirthplaceWestminster Hospital, London, England Zodiac sign/Sun signAquarius NationalityBritish, Pakistani HometownLondon, England School(s)Old Vicarage Preparatory School, Francis Holland School College/UniversitySchool of Oriental and African Studies, University of London Educational QualificationMA in Middle Eastern Studies ReligionIslam EthnicityAnglo-Irish Political InclinationPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf AddressKiddington Hall near Woodstock, Oxfordshire HobbyHorse Riding Controversies• In 1999, she was charged in Pakistan with illegal smuggling of Islamic era antique tiles. She claimed that this was a conspiracy to tarnish her husband's image. • In 2018, she claimed that she will sue Reham Khan if she publishes the book. In a statement, she said, "I will be suing for defamation and breach of privacy on behalf of my (then) 16-year-old son and in relation to the moronic, re-hashed Zionist conspiracy theories." Relationships & More Marital StatusDivorced Affairs/BoyfriendsHugh Grant (2004-2007), Actor
Some Lesser Known Facts About Jemima Goldsmith
She was born into a very wealthy family.
Jemima Goldsmith in her childhood
In her childhood, she was a very good horse rider, and while she was still in her teenage, she had already become an accomplished equestrian.
Goldsmith got enrolled in the University of Bristol for her graduation in 1993.
In 1995, she dropped out of college and married the retired Pakistani cricketer, Imran Khan.
Jemima Goldsmith married to Imran Khan
A few months before her marriage, she had converted to Islam.
In 1998, Goldsmith launched a fashion label that employed poor Pakistani women to embroid western clothes with the eastern handiwork. These clothes were sold in London and New York and all the profits were donated to her husband’s Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital. However, citing economy breakdown after 9/11, she had to shut down her business.
In 2001, she became the Ambassador for UNICEF UK.
Jemima Goldsmith working as a UNICEF Ambassador
On 22 June 2004, she and Imran got divorced and she moved back to London.
During the 2008 Presidential Election in Pakistan, she conducted an exclusive interview with the then Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf for the British newspaper, The Independent.
From 2008 to 2011, she served as a contributing editor and a feature writer for British Vogue.
In 2011, she became Vanity Fair’s new European editor-at-large.
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She has also been an executive producer for the documentary, We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks by Alex Gibney.
After her husband won the Pakistani general assembly elections in July 2018, she posted this tweet.
22 years later, after humiliations, hurdles and sacrifices, my sons’ father is Pakistan’s next PM. It’s an incredible lesson in tenacity, belief & refusal to accept defeat. The challenge now is to remember why he entered politics in the 1st place. Congratulations @ImranKhanPTI — Jemima Goldsmith (@Jemima_Khan) July 26, 2018