English journalist, heiress, and campaigner, Jemima Khan is popular in the world for being the ex-wife of a Pakistani cricketer, Imran Khan. She is an editor as well as a producer. She is also famous for being the producer of the We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks.
Born as Jemima Marcelle Goldsmith on 30th January 1974 in Westminster, London, England, the United Kingdom to Lady Annabel Vane-Tempest-Stewart and Sir James Goldsmith. Jemima was raised in a higher class family. She is English and is of Anglo-Irish and French descent.
Jemima received her formal education from Francis Holland School. After the completion of her secondary education from there, she joined the University of Bristol but she dropped out from there without completing her Bachelor Degree.
On 16th of May 1995, Jemima got married to Imran Khan. As a married couple, they welcomed two children together and she also changed her family name to Khan. They dissolved their married life in 2004.
Within a short period of time, she was seen having romantic love affairs with Hugh Grant. He is a famous actor and film producer from the United Kingdom. However, they broke up with the start of 2007 in an amicable way.
In 2013, she began dating comedian, actor and an author, Russell Brand. The following year, news about their engagement became aired but they broke up at the end of 2014.
Career and net worth
In 1998, she launched a fashion label and the main thing about this clothing line was that she employed humble Pakistani women and embroidered the western design with eastern handiwork.
While she was in Pakistan, she also wrote several articles and then after being back to England, she began working in several magazines like The Independent, The Sunday Times and The Evening Standard.
She has also been earning a lucrative amount of salary from her professional career and her net worth is said to be around $100 million.