Amal Clooney Was Impossibly Glamorous In Tokyo This Weekend

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  • George and Amal Clooney were at the premiere of Tomorrowland in Tokyo.

    Amal Clooney pulled off one of her most glamorous red carpet moments to date at the Tomorrowland premiere in Tokyo.

    Joining husband George Clooney, the human rights lawyer literally dazzled in a striking gold Maison Margiela gown made especially for her by John Galliano. Amal completed her mega-watt look with Manolo Blahnik heels and a Bulgari clutch.

    The glamour didn’t stop there, though. Stepping off her flight at Tokyo airport, the barrister looked fresh and chic as she and George greeted waiting fans. Wearing a vibrant crochet Missoni dress, Valentino wedges and oversized Prada sunglasses, Amal completely killed it.

    During his recent promotional interviews for new movie Tomorrowland, George has been happily chatting about his wife of nine months, saying that she doesn’t use a stylist.

    ‘She’s stunning and has a great sense of style – there’s no stylist or anything,’ he explained to E! News. ‘She just comes out like that and she shows up and she looks stunning.

    ‘She does it while she’s got 11 cases going – literally,’ he added. ‘So she’s an amazing woman.’

    The smitten star also revealed that the couple have a pact to never spend more than seven nights apart. ‘Our adjustments are figuring out our schedules,’ he said. 

    ‘Our deal is neither of us can be more than a week away and so far in general that has worked out pretty well.

    ‘She is a barrister, which means she is independently employed and able to do her job in different places, so we try to move our schedules around to fit in with each other.’

    He went on: ‘From the moment I met her until now, spending the rest of my life with her has been the most important thing and something that brings me the most joy in the world.’


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