Following her glamorous appearance at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, in May, royal fans around the world were hoping to catch a glance of Amal Clooney during Princess Eugenie’s nuptials on Friday.
However, the stunning 40-year-old was otherwise engaged as she delivered a keynote speech at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women, in which she discussed the #MeToo movement and President Donald Trump’s recent comments about Professor Christine Blasey.
Amal, who married actor George in 2014, looked sensational as she stepped out on stage at the event wearing a ribbed black jumper dress which showed off her svelte figure.
The human rights lawyer looked effortlessly chic as she paired the elegant dress, which featured large tortoise shell buttons all the way up the front, with a pair of suede beige stilettos and an understated pair of stud earrings.
The mother-of-two, who shares twins Ella and Alexander with the Ocean’s Eleven star, finished off her classy look with a coat of red lipstick as she addressed the crowd, with around 12,000 women said to have attended the annual event.
Clooney received a standing ovation for her passionate speech, as she said: “Survivors in any country deserve the chance to look their abusers in the eye and for history to record what has happened to them.
That means the president of a country should not publicly ridicule a women who courageously comes forward to allege abuse. And it means the leader of the senate should not assure constituents that he would ‘plow right through’ her testimony,” she continued.