Date Of Birth:- January 30, 1974
Popular Name: Jemima Khan (Jemima Imran Khan Niazi)
Jemima Khan is a British playwright, Documentary and television film producer, and the founder of Instinct Productions, a television production company. She is a dramatist and television, film, and documentary producer from the United Kingdom and the founder of the television production firm Instinct Productions.
Education and the early years:
Goldsmith Lady Annabel Vane Tempest Stewart was the eldest child of Lady Annabel Vane Tempest Stewart and was born at Chelsea and Westminster hospital in London. And banker Sir James Goldsmith (1933 to 1997). Her mother, the 8th Marquess of Londonderry, was the daughter of a prominent Anglo-Irish family. Major Frank Goldsmith, a former Conservative [MP] Member of Parliament and heir to the German Jewish Goldsmith dynasty, was Goldsmith’s father. Her paternal grandmother was of French descent.
When Goldsmith was born, her parents married other people but remarried in 1978 to legalize their children.
Robin and India Jane Birley are two of her three paternal and five maternal half-siblings. Zac and Ben Goldsmith are her younger brothers; she has three paternal and five maternal half-siblings.
Goldsmith attended the old vicarage preparatory school and Francis Holland Girls School while growing up at Ormeley Lodge. From ten to seventeen, she was an equestrian in London. Goldsmith began studying English at the University of Bristol in 1993, but she dropped out after marrying Imran khan Niazi in 1995. In March 2002, she received her bachelor’s degree with honors, upper second class. She then moved on to the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, earning a master’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies with a specialization in Modern Trends in Islam in 2003.
Jemima’s Marriage to Imran Khan Niazi
Jemima Goldsmith and Imran khan Niazi were married in a Nikah ceremony in Paris on May 16, 1995On June 21, 1995, they were wedded in a civil ceremony at the Richmond Register Office, which a midsummer party at Ormeley Lodge followed. A few months before her wedding, she converted to Islam, naming Muhammad Asad, Charles le Gai Eaton, and Alijah Izetbegovic as role models. After their marriage, she moved to Khan’s hometown of Lahore, Pakistan, where she learned Urdu and dressed in traditional Pakistani garb.
In a 2008 New York Times editorial, she admitted to “over-conforming in [her] eagerness to be welcomed” into Pakistan’s “new and radically different culture.”
Goldsmith’s sons, Sulaiman Isa, born in 1996, and Kasim (born in 1998), are the result of her marriage to Imran Khan Niazi, born in 1999.
Allegations against Jemima and Imran Khan Niazi
She was prosecuted in Pakistan in 1999 for unlawfully trafficking Islamic-era antique tiles. She said the charge was made up to harass and damage her husband, but she escaped to Pakistan to live with her mother to avoid incarceration. The Ministry of Culture and Archaeology ruled the tiles were not antiquities after General Pervez Musharraf deposed elected Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif in a coup d’état in 1999, and the court dropped the charges, allowing her to return to Lahore.
Jemima stood behind her husband while his Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party rose in strength.
Divorce of Jemima and Imran Khan Niazi
Because it was “difficult for Jemima to adapt to Imran khan Niazi’s political life in Pakistan,” the couple divorced on June 22, 2004, ending their 9-year marriage. The couple separated amicably. Khan claims that the six months leading up to and after his divorce were the hardest of his life.
Following the divorce, Goldsmith and the couple’s two boys returned to the United Kingdom. Khan’s sons visit him in Pakistan during their school vacations, and when he sees them in London, he lives with his former mother-in-law, Lady Annabel Goldsmith. When he visits them in London, according to the divorce settlement. According to Jemima Goldsmith, Khan and Jemima Goldsmith are still on good terms. At the time, she was married.
Sulaiman Isa Khan
Sulaiman Isa Khan