Cosima Thomasina Diamond Biography, School, Family, Image

Cosima Thomasina Diamond Biography

Cosima Thomasina Diamond was born on 15th December 1993 in Hammersmith, London. She grew up with her parents and younger brother Paul Diamond.

On 2nd March 2001, Cosima lost her father, John Diamond, to throat cancer. In 2003, Thomasina gained a new father figure called Charles Saatchi and a step-sister Phoebe Saatchi.
Cosima attended Latymer Upper School.

Cosima Thomasina Diamond 2018

One of Holland Street’s most sensual robes is the silk Tanaka Lily robe from The IKKO Collection. She was wearing flower Lawson’s lovely female offspring. Cosima ‘Mimi’ Diamond at the uber fashionable Connaught Street shop Viola London.

The British-made item is meant to be worn as loungewear and as fragile hiding.
The print is created by Holland Street’s founded by Lauren Barfoot. He is produced using paper cutout flowers and geometrics.

Ultramarine blue and white combined make a classic and ornate design. That is uniquely to flow around the body shape.

Cosima Thomasina Diamond School

Thomasina attended Latymer Upper School. The school is based in West London and charged sixteen thousand five hundred euros in yearly tuition.

Cosima Thomasina Diamond 2017

23-year-old, Cosima Diamond appeared to have her mother’s natural beauty in spades. They were enjoying a mother-daughter night out on a Monday.
Both dressed in black with their hair tumbling down in loose curls. The pair looked strikingly similar after enjoying a night at the Arts Theatre in London.

Cosima Thomasina Diamond Family

John was the father of Cosima Thomasina. He was born on 10th May 1953 and passed on 2 March 2001 to throat cancer.

Bruno Diamond was the younger brother of Cosima. In addition, Bruno was born in June 1996, certainly making him 3 years younger than Cosima.

Vanessa Salmon was the mother of Thomasina, Nigella Thompson. She was a notorious society beauty.

Salmon was the heiress to the J. Lyons & Co catering dynasty and wife of Nigel Lawson, Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1983 to 1989.