Amal Clooney looked stunning as she stepped out in Rome on Monday, channeling the glamour of the 1970s in a sparkling top and mini-skirt.
The human rights barrister wouldn’t have looked out of place in the disco decade as she donned an emerald green cropped top covered in eye-catching sequins, which she paired with an embellished mini-skirt decorated with intricate beading.
Amal posed alongside her actor husband George in the Italian capital as the pair attended the premiere for his upcoming TV series Catch-22.
The 41-year-old looked sensational in the dazzling outfit, which she paired with a pair of silver pointed stilettos. The successful lawyer wore her long locks curled, hanging loosely over her shoulders, and kept her make-up simple with a subtle smokey eye and a coating of pink lipstick.
Amal and George, who tied the knot in 2014, share twins Alexander and Ella together and the celebrity couple are also close friends of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, with Amal being one of the guests at Meghan’s baby shower in America in February.
However the ER star ruled himself out of the running to be baby Archie Harrison’s godfather this week, telling US chat show host Jimmy Kimmel that he will not be asked to take on the role.
“[Asking me to be godfather] would be a bad idea,” he said, reports Cosmopolitan. “I’m a father of twins and I can barely do that.
“So I’m not going to be the godfather. I promise you that. I’m fairly sure. I should not be anyone’s godfather.”
This evening The Prince of Wales hosted a dinner at Buckingham Palace to celebrate the work of The Prince’s Trust Group and thank its supporters. At the event HRH met with Prince’s Trust Ambassadors and supporters including Amal and George Clooney, Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, @thereallukeevans and @tamsinegertonofficial. The charities within the Group include The Prince’s Trust International, The Prince’s Trust Canada, The Prince’s Trust Australia and The Prince’s Trust New Zealand, all of which were founded by The Prince of Wales and work to expand the successful work of @princestrust beyond the UK. 📸 PA
In March, the Clooneys were invited to Buckingham Palace for a luxurious dinner alongside the Prince of Wales, who hosted the reception for his youth charity The Prince’s Trust.
The dinner was attended by donors, supporters and ambassadors of the organisation, which works to help vulnerable people get their lives on track.
Amal looked flawless in a flowing white gown with intricate draping detail and an asymmetrical cape sleeve on her right arm. With her brunette locks styled in soft waves, Amal stood out in the strapless gown which she paired with a metallic clutch and diamond earrings.