Emma Soames

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Emma Soames (born 9 September 1949) is a British editor. She is the granddaughter of Winston Churchill via her mother Mary, Baroness Soames, and the one-time girlfriend of Martin Amis.


Soames was educated at three independent schools: at Laverock School in Oxted in Surrey, followed by Hamilton House School in Kent (both in South East England), followed by Queen's College (from 1965-66) in Harley Street in Central London.

Life and career[edit]

Soames was a long-serving editor of the Telegraph magazine. She is now the editor-at-large of Saga magazine. Her brother is Nicholas Soames who was a Conservative minister of defence under Sir John Major.

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Preceded by
Mark Boxer
Editor of the Tatler
Succeeded by
Jane Procter