Few will forget the fashion parade grand marshalled by the ever-stylish Amal Clooney in the walkup to her Venice, Italy, nuptials. Despite the who's who of designer duds, each look more striking than the last, there was one dress that proved particularly unforgettable: a white lace Giambattista Valli mullet-hem number with pink floral embellishments.
The wife of Hollywood star George Clooney took us back to that special sartorial moment when she attended the première of Hail, Caesar! in Los Angeles on Monday night (Feb. 1).
The 37-year-old lawyer wore an updated take on the dress – a stunning, sleeveless satin version, also by Giambattista Valli, with bright-red flowers that dance across the mid-section. Not only did the flirty frock recall the culmination of the couple's whirlwind romance, but it also lent some major Valentine's Day inspiration.
With its skater-style skirt, the piece showed off Amal's slender legs, and she finished the look with metallic silver pumps, a box clutch and a chic, side-swept updo.
Amal and George looked loved-up as they walked the red carpet together, holding hands and stopping to share loving glances.
Ever since their September 2014 wedding, George and Amal have been the subject of pregnancy rumours. Fans have been waiting for a happy announcement after Amal’s dad told the couple in a speech during the Venetian ceremony, which was exclusively featured in Hello!, "Now it's time for grandchildren."
But it seems George is not going to be a dad any time soon. While they may have expanded their canine brood late last year, the Oscar-winning actor shut down gossip after a reporter questioned whether his wife was expecting. With a smile, George told a Telegraph reporter, "No. But I like that you started that rumour."
The good-natured exchange took place at the Good Money Gala in Amsterdam, where George was more than happy to talk about Amal’s work. The proud husband said his human rights lawyer wife had had a "successful week."
He explained, "The president of the Maldives was let out of prison because of a lot of the hard work that she was doing." George added, "She's had a very good week."