Amal Clooney And Husband George Whisper Like Loved-Up Teenagers In New York

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  • The human rights lawyer puts her husband in a very good mood during set visit and looks stunning in low-key outfit of jeans and a blouse

    Amal Clooney likes to turn heads when visiting her husband at work.

    The human rights lawyer impressed yet again when she stepped out to see hubby George Clooney shoot scenes for his new movie on Saturday in a chic summery ensemble.

    For her trip to the New York film set of Money Monster, the 37-year-old teamed a loose-fitting short-sleeved printed blouse with cropped jeans.

    Amal made her slender legs look even longer by accessorising her trousers with towering tan wedges featuring boho-inspired tassels on the ankle straps.

    A white fringed shoulder bag and a pair of dark oversized frames completed her low-key ensemble.

    Amal appears to be a big fan of casual styling at the moment. We’ve seen her working everything from distressed boyfriend jeans to a Balenciaga biker jacket and buckled trainers in recent weeks.

    Gone are the fitted pencil dresses with matching jackets and sky-high stilettos we’re so used to seeing her wear.

    The glamorous brunette is currently teaching as a visiting professor at Columbia University and seems to making the most of being in the same city as her man – she’s been snapped hanging out with the cast and crew on a number of occasions.

    And judging by the display of affection they put on at the weekend, the duo are quite clearly still enjoying the honeymoon phase of their relationship.

    Amal was seen making 53-year-old George smile as she whispered something in his ear, while he affectionately held on to her arms.

    We’ve love to know what the newlyweds were discussing…

    To remind yourself of Amal Clooney’s fashion, take a look at her most stylish moments so far.

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