Amal Clooney plans her return to work after maternity leave

By: Meaghan Wray

Amal Clooneyis heading back to work, just three months after giving birth to twins Alexander and Ella. According reports, the human rights lawyer will soon resume meetings as she eases her way back into her busy career.

“She has mixed emotions about going back,” a source told to E! News. “She has loved every minute of the summer with the twins and will miss them immensely, but she is also looking forward to resuming her career work and getting back to it.”

TAP FOR GALLERY Amal and George looked stunning at the Venice Film Festival.

The Lebanon-born barrister is one of the world’s top international human rights lawyers. She has handled several high-profile cases, including that of WikiLeaks editor-in-chief Julian Assange. While Amal will likely continue to take on these cases, her husband George Clooneyhas stated that she will no longer travel to dangerous locations. Speaking to France’s Paris Match, the actor said, “We decided to be much more responsible, to avoid the danger. Amal will no longer go to Iraq and she’ll avoid places where she knows she isn’t welcome.”

Amal and George have been basking in the joys of parenthood during a summer stay at their home in Italy. When they weren’t busy caring for their newborns, the couple was spotted out and about enjoying the sights and tastes of Venice. They also made a glamorous return to the red carpet at the 2017 Venice Film Festival, where George’s film Suburbicon made its debut.

Arriving arm-in-arm, Amal turned heads in a lilac Versace gown while her husband looked equally dapper in a black tuxedo.

To complement her stunning gown, Amal wore her hair in a faux bob and a slightly more dramatic makeup look crafted by Charlotte Tilbury. The new mom accessorized with pearl drop earrings, leaving her neck bare to show off her delicate décolletage. Charlotte shared a stunning video of the mom of two getting ready to walk the red carpet.

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