Emma Weymouth, Britain’s First Black Marchioness

Ceawlin and Emma are pursuing an even more audacious path, with plans afoot to break ground in 2019 on a 350-acre American replica of Longleat at a site they have scouted in the eastern United States. There will be a safari park, but their development team’s research indicates that the U.S. customer base, currently in the throes of an Anglophilia fueled by Downton Abbey, The Crown, and, yes, Harry and Meghan, is even more responsive to the concept of walking through a faithfully re-created British manor house. Emma’s afternoon teas have proved a particularly appealing component “for the Englishness I bring,” she said, “the quintessential-homeyness thing that we do here.”