Amal Clooney wears green Versace, steps out with George at the NYFF


The Clooneys spent their first wedding anniversary in LA, where they went to a “romantic dinner” at the Sunset Tower Hotel’s Tower Bar in West Hollywood on Sunday. According to Us Weekly, it was just the two of them and they stayed for a few hours, drinking champagne and chatting. An eyewitness even noted that Amal “had on a fancy dress and gorgeous jewelry.” After the weekend in LA, they traveled to NYC, which is where George walked the red carpet solo last night at the New York Film Festival anniversary screening of O Brother Where Art Thou? Amal was apparently at the screening, she just didn’t walk the carpet with him (although they happily got pap’d outside the event). These photos are of George and Amal outside the Viceroy. George also spoke to People Magazine about his anniversary, because of course he did.

George Clooney and wife Amal did some belated celebrating in New York Tuesday, attending the New York Film Festival’s 15th anniversary screening of the actor’s movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?

“We sure are having fun,” Clooney, 54, told PEOPLE of his first wedding anniversary at the screening. “We had a beautiful anniversary, and we’re having fun.”

As for what the star has learned in his first year of newlywed bliss?

“That’s a good question, but I can’t officially tell you any of those things because that would be wrong, and she would be upset that I told anyone what I’ve learned,” Clooney says of his wife, 38, a distinguished human rights activist and lawyer.

After Clooney made his way down the red carpet, he joined Amal in a lounge where they “held hands and [were] arm in arm” then were “super casual” talking to up-and-coming filmmakers at a Film Society of Lincoln Center reception held in the same space, an onlooker tells PEOPLE. The pair then made their way to the downstairs theater to enjoy the film with the rest of the New York audience – even so, Clooney feigned nerves going into the screening.

“I mean, drinking is gonna be my secret going in there to watching myself 15 years ago. On a big screen? Holy s—!” he told PEOPLE with a laugh. “That’s pretty rough.”

[From People]

I would assume “drinking” has played a big part in his first year of marriage as well, but what do I know? I hope everyone is enjoying their complimentary Casamigos tequila shots with this post.

As for Amal’s green dress in these photos, it’s Versace Autumn 2015. It’s apparently suede, but it doesn’t photograph like any suede I’ve seen. Green is a pretty color on her and it really pops in these photographs.



Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. Ohhh says:

    How utterly gorgeous Amal looks. She has the old hollywood charm and of course the brains.

    • OverFirstAve. says:

      Way too skinny ,IMO the woman is a boney stick, but the colour green does looks great on her.

      Why does he feel the need to ballyhoo his first anniversary all over the press?

      Beard contract takes first year anniversary walk.

      • Pandy says:

        I love the green on her and I think she’s beautiful but yeah, those knobby knees and stringy thighs could use some cover.

      • LeAnn Stinks says:

        Sorry, but I cannot stand this woman and it’s obvious she has had work done. The most vain and shallow “human rights” lawyer I have ever seen.

      • Saywhatwhen says:

        Am there with you on the boney stick. Thank God for Island men who appreciate some meat. Them there legs would give Island men lavender balls.

    • Miss M says:

      She does!

    • Nina says:

      She really does.

    • claire says:

      She does. Actually, they both look great in these photos.

    • Sunsetsnow says:

      She is stunning!

    • Lorenzo says:

      Her face looks totally swollen with tons of concealer around her eyes.

      If she is starving herself to look like this, she is seriously sick in the brain.

      By the way, anorexic people love being called too thin.

      There are so many comments on her skeletal appearance, if she read them, she will have multiple orgasms for four days.

      • Jenna says:

        If you look at older photos of her, it’s obvious she has lost weight since meeting George. I think the weight loss is a direct response to being in the public eye, rather than an out-and-out case of anorexia.

      • evermore says:

        The biggest parts on her body are her head and knees, that’s not a good sign.
        This woman LOVES the cameras and Hollywood has gone to her head.
        She is loving the fame.

        A British Justice Minister said she’s only get these recent cases because of marriage to Clooney.

        George is still doing the hard sell.
        The Clooney’s ….yuck. Enough.

        His ex had a baby…with her Doctor husband. Daily Mail has article.

      • Kosmos says:

        I seem to notice in their photographs together, that he is often looking right at her, but she rarely looks at him, but she is always facing the paps or cameras much of the time or all of the time. He is in the public eye much of his life, but he still gazes at her at least half of the time. I’m just writing this as an observation. Of course, she is attractive, but she also wears the right clothes, extra hair extensions, and what appears to be a lot of makeup to make her pop.

    • M says:

      Every beautiful girl have brains. you think that all pretty girls are stupid LOL,how shallow!

    • Jib says:

      I like her in green, but why does this “human rights lawyer” always feel the need to make us worry that she is going to flash the good china? Does she know Kate Middleton?

  2. lower-case deb says:

    a flattering cut and color for her, imho!
    so radiant!
    and her lustrous hair.

    everything about her in the picture look vibrant and lively, somehow George looks even more Grandpa-ey than usual.

    perhaps it’s just me, but some pictures show me that he looks at her like a man proud of hanging out with this beloved, successful-i’m-so-proud-of-her granddaughter.

    • Wentworth Miller says:

      I thought the same thing re the looking like a grandpa. I’ve seen pictures of him from years ago and it looked like he was on the sexy side. Now, meh. Not so much.
      Amal actually looks beautiful in this picture. Generally, I think that her sense of fashion is pretty awful.
      sn: her shoes look cheap

      • dippit says:

        I thought the shoes were the best bit but might have been better with the black and another popping colour combo for the strappiness. I just don’t like green but it suits her. Her feet really are a mess though, and I get secondary pain whenever I see them. I often think her main fashion risks are from wearing shoes it’s h*ll to stand up in for long with skirts it’s difficult to sit down in.

  3. tracking says:

    Kinda sick of the super-short look on her (seriously, should an internationally respected barrister be that close to flashing us?), but thought she looked utterly gorgeous (to quote Ohhh) in the long white striped dress she wore for their anniversary dinner.

    • JudyK says:

      Thank you. She looks lovely except for the too-short skirt. If it were just 2-3 inches above her knees (and all the same length), it would be a win.

      • crtb says:

        This is the best I have ever seen her look. She looks like she is beginning to find her style and not just wear clothes that are given to her. Beautiful hair. I agree about the length. Would have been more classic had it been 3 inches longer.

      • Joy says:

        I feel like we’re seconds away from a flash of her biscuit.

      • tracking says:

        Yes, Joy, that’s my problem. I shouldn’t have connected it to her profession–I would really prefer not to see *anyone*’s biscuit and that last shot is damn close. I also personally believe she looks more elegant in longer-length skirts. The length of the end pieces, still short, is cute!

    • Hudson Girl says:

      This is what I was wondering. She looks gorgeous and glowing.
      But, this is something I would expect to see on someone in PR or an Interior Designer- not someone in the public eye on an International scale practicing Law.

    • LadyJane says:

      Wow. And here’s me thinking that it was 2015 and a woman could wear whatever length of skirt she damn well pleases, even when she is an internationally respected barrister. She likes a short skirt, she wears short skirts. And guess what? She remains very respected in her field because of what she has in her brain, not her wardrobe.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        You can wear whatever length skirt you like at whatever age you like in whatever profession you choose. But if you look silly in it, and she does, because the silhouette is too young for a woman in her late 30s, people will notice. It’s up to you to decide whether or not you care.

      • noway says:

        @GNAT thank you!!!! I am so tired of people going all feminist on me, because some people, me and my fourteen year old daughter included, think that certain styles look better and are more appropriate on women and men at certain ages. That being said, this one isn’t as bad to me maybe it is the longer length on the back, but what does bother me with this is she looks so thin. She has to have lost weight since the wedding. I hate that people think this is a good look on anyone, but a model who is doing it for a living.

      • Christin says:

        GNAT, what you said is very similar to what I said to co-workers when discussing ‘gray areas’ of the company dress code. There is no way to keep up with trends and such, so individual judgment comes into play.

        Each of us must own our fashion decisions if others (peers, potential clients or management) don’t view them the same way.

      • Nina says:

        Agreed Lady Jane, the dress and hem length look wonderful on her. A short skirt does not look “silly” on a woman of 37. She is hardly too old to wear a short skirt. I find that notion antiquated. As for her being a barrister, from what I can tell she is not making her way to The Hague. People in “respectable” professions are allowed to let their hair down too.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I also think it depends on the woman. I have a friend my age who dresses in a way that I could never pull off, but she does. Amal is tall and gangly. The front of that dress is so short, coupled with the flouncy silhouette, I’m expecting her to stand pigeon toed with her forefinger in her mouth. She’s a mature looking woman in a dress intended for a twenty-something. In my opinion. She has every right to decide for herself whether or not she’s pulling it off, and every right not care whether I agree. I don’t think choosing a style that’s appropriate and flattering is antiquated. I think it’s smart. But again, just my opinion.

      • evermore says:

        I agree with GNAT and noway.

        Also has she lost even more weight? Was she always this thin?

    • Nina says:

      I never said that choosing a style that is flattering is antiquated, in fact the majority of posters agree that the cut, style, and colour are completely flattering on her. You seem to use the word “flattering” as a sub-in for your own idea of “appropriate.” What I said was that arbitrarily stating at what age a woman should stop wearing a particular hem length because it is “too young” or “silly” is antiquated. Women are not all the same and have different personalities and styles, so having one (rather imperious) age limit, hardly seems “smart”. But we are all entitled to our opinions.

      • dippit says:

        @Nina, I think you’ve misread @GNAT more than you think she’s misread you. “Flattering” is in the eye of the beholder (I’m in the too short for her shape and best assets camp as a viewer) but it’s also linked to age or, at least, an impression of how the person wearing it perceives their own self and strengths to which they play towards.

        As is, Amal is a 37 year old (often looking older in facial features) professional woman married to a 54 year old guy (who is really looking older). Her looking older may be fortunate in that sense for the gap. She’s also slimmed down an already gangly frame to a now unnatural Nth degree. She wears excess (beyond her own natural endowment) hair long and fluffed, yet very heavy dated and aging make-up.

        Now, I think of her as a woman in looks who would have once been termed ‘handsome’. That’s potentially striking, usually noticeable in a room and can be engagingly attractive if presented with accompanying aplomb. I think the disconnect is that Amal either does not have that aplomb in her character arsenal OR she chooses to prefer to present as girlish ingenue. It’s not about setting arbitary rules, it’s about recognising truly stylish as playing to strengths and appropriate to time and place. Amal regularly misses on that.

        If she sees her strength as presenting as coltish (as @GNAT sort of described – I thought lollipop instead of forefinger to mouth tbh) youth in her fashion it is going to create a visually discordant note for many and undercut the impression people have of her personal maturity and professional worth. Her typical look is signalling callow and girly princess (and fashion victim), whether consciously or otherwise. It will always be her choice of course but, likewise, it’s a two-way in that others will take a steer from her choices and form opinions accordingly.

        There are times she’s bordering on Baby Jane, skirt length is just one part of the whole picture but she goes out of her way to make it a very noticeable one.

      • Pandy says:

        I don’t have a problem with the hem length but she doesn’t have the legs to pull it off imo.

      • noway says:

        I don’t disagree with the actual age thing, but there are certain styles that in my opinion look better on people who look younger or older. Not so much this outfit to me, but she has worn things that really look too young for her in my opinion. I think a lot of people agree with that, and I have a teen daughter and trust me if I wore something that was more “her” style I would hear about it. Doesn’t mean I can’t pull it off, but some are going to think I am trying to look too young.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        @Nina, i must have worded my thoughts poorly. I agree with you that arbitrarily picking an age at which anything in fashion is suddenly “too young” is useless, and that it depends on the woman and her particular look and personality. I thought I said that, but apparently it wasn’t clear. In my opinion, she looks silly. Dippit described what I meant much better than I did. Thank you, dippit. You don’t have to agree, but I’m puzzled by your rudeness and harshness. It seems unnecessary to me. It’s just fashion, and I certainly don’t consider myself an expert on the subject, as my one woman campaign to stop leggings being worn as pants has failed miserably. I didn’t mean to offend anyone.

      • Nina says:


        I did not misread GNAT’s comments. I understood her perfectly. I simply disagreed, but thank you.

        As for your own comments – ranging from her body type, “aged experience”, hair, and overall style profile – they are mostly irrelevant to my posts.

        I have never suggested that Amal is a style star, I am well aware that her taste in non-professional clothes often veers towards the absurd. I, however, fail to see what that has to do with my comment regarding this one outfit? I also do not see her hair, body, or her overall “aged” appearance as problematic for this outfit. As for her body specifically, I rarely, if ever discuss a woman’s body. Thinness or heaviness have more than just aesthetic implications, they are health issues, and I have no idea what Amal’s situation is. And simply pointing out that she was once heavier does not mean that she is purposely starving herself or that there isn’t an underlying issue.

        The remainder of your post revolves around the same three topics; age, hemlines, and “professional respectability.” As to the first two I think I have made my point abundantly clear. However, your comments (read: word salad) around her “aplomb in character” and her “own perception of her strengths” is (in my opinion) misinformed and misguided. While Amal admittedly chooses playful options for her casual and evening looks, her professional wear is incredibly conservative, to the point of actually being aging. Her attire demonstrates complete respect for her position when she is actively working within that capacity. I do not devalue her “professional worth” for wearing clothing that is less business-like when she is not at work (and I question the values of those who do).

        As to your inference of her own self-worth: this is a woman who has absolutely invested a lot of time in her career and education, she does not strike me as an individual who “perceives her strengths” merely as “presenting coltish” or as an ingenue. Therefore, her non-work clothing choices do not lead me to believe that she views herself as anything other than the accomplished and intelligent woman that she is.

        I agree that flattering is in the eye of the beholder and I do find this look flattering on her.

      • Nina says:


        I responded to dippit before reading your comment. I admit that my harshness was in response to yours. Your post clearly used words from my original post to dismiss and misconstrue my opinion and I viewed your use of the word smart as insulting and as an insinuation that anyone that disagreed with your assessment as unintelligent. However, I do apologize if my post seemed harsh or rude to you.

      • dippit says:

        @Nina then, having both had our say, I think we’ve reached ‘agree to differ’. Although I often view her work clothes, although often very nice, as not entirely real world appropriate either. More of as artifice and costuming based upon ‘what would a movie lawyer wear’. And still there have been skirt length issues. Also, the one time she wore a gown, she wore it incorrectly and inappropriately as it goes.

        But this was a convo about her social wear, so we’ll leave it at that.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        I used one word from your post. Antiquated. I’m not sure how I was dismissing or misconstruing anything you said. I just disagreed. I’m a fairly straightforward person. If I thought you were stupid, or your idea was stupid, I would say so. I think you have a perfectly valid point, and agree with most of what you said. I just disagree that my looking in the mirror and finding something too youthful or too matronly for my body and personality is antiquated. I think it’s smart. That’s all.

      • Nina says:


        I am observant enough to know when someone is making a pointed comment. It is obvious that my comment regarding your ideas about age being antiquated upset you. You responded by taking what I specifically said was antiquated – namely arbitrary age limits – and twisted it into a straw man argument about selecting flattering styles. No one is disagreeing that one should always select styles that we find flattering on ourselves. However, that was not remotely the point I was trying to make. I will apologize again for being rude to you earlier, but I can’t help but find it a little ridiculous that a person who seemed so offended by my “harshness” sees no irony in stating that she herself would call someone “stupid” if she saw fit.

      • GoodNamesAllTaken says:

        Ok, Nina. I’m done wasting my energy on you. I was not upset by your use of the word antiquated. I am not upset by fashion. I did not put my heart, mind and soul into this little exchange as you apparently have. That’s your right and you can use your emotions however you choose but I do insist that you stop trying to tell me how I feel or what I think. Because you are way, way off base. You may think you are observant. I think you are rude, argumentative, presumptuous, over sensitive and obnoxious. We had a difference of opinion that had absolutely no need to escalate into this unpleasantness, but Nina cannot be disagreed with. I’ve had conversations with people on this site about abortion, racism, feminism, infertility and death that were a lot more pleasant than chatting with you. Bye.

      • Nina says:

        You are the one who is unpleasant and rude. You have invested as much energy as I have and then some. And you are also the one who clearly cannot be disagreed with. Interesting strategy, telling others they are too invested while insisting upon having the last word. How dare you call me all those names, I would think that as a woman who is damn near sixty (as you have mentioned in other posts) you would have more class. Apparently not.

        My last comment to you was a clarification of my opinion and my impression of our exchange, yours was an attack. It tells me all I need to know about you.

      • @Nina. I agree with you 100% on Amal’s appearance. She does look beautiful and body and age appropriate.

  4. Kate says:

    I’m getting sympathy back pains just looking at these pictures.

    She looks gorgeous, I think she’s gained back a little weight over the last month or so.

  5. Lilacflowers says:

    For once, they’re dressed like they’re attending the same event instead of their usual habit of her being all dressed up and him looking like he’s about to mow the lawn.

  6. LAK says:

    She looks amazing here. No snark.

  7. Jayna says:

    I love the dress on her. The color is stunning on her. Her hair and makeup look good. She looks softer. She looks glowing.

    There’s another dress she wore out to dinner in NYC with some friends sans George. It’s blackish with sleeves and really great shoes. I really loved that outfit on her. It was on the Daily Mail also.

  8. Princess Consuela Bananahammock (paola) says:

    Oh man! So much chemistry in these shots! (said no one ever)

  9. PHD Gossip says:

    She is way too thin and her face looks harsh because of it.

  10. GoodNamesAllTaken says:

    Great color for her, but I’d like the dress better if the front had decided what it wanted to do before it went out. I don’t like hi lo hems, and the hi is too high. She looks elegant from the waist up, silly from the waist down. He looks old and in pain.

  11. Sabrine says:

    I don’t think she minds having an older husband. It goes with her intelligence. George looks so different with her than he ever did in any of his previous relationships. He looks involved, not just there.

  12. Beth No. 2 says:

    I love the green colour; it’s fresh and eye-catching. But I wish she wasn’t wearing green heels; a tad too matchy-matchy.

  13. Peggy says:

    Amal should get her bunions taken care of they’re only going to get worst, due to the tight shoes she wears. Looking at her feet takes away from her hair.
    Don’t know if her feet looks worst than Oprah’ in sandals.

    • Malificent says:

      Bunion surgery is an iffy thing. Sometimes it can make matters worse. Heels aren’t great for them but it looks like she picked sandals with a strap that is not pressing on them.

  14. lisa says:

    i hate the bottom of the dress. it’s pretty from the waist up.

  15. Fa says:

    What I see are 2 people one is getting older with belly beer & the other is trying hard to look young with a short dress a la Taylor Swift

    • Saywhatwhen says:

      I see the same thing Fa. I see insecurity– for a woman who is supposed to be so confident and smart. I suppose some would say the short skirt and undernourishment is to please herself and no one else. Well, if that was the case why wasn’t she this thin and naked before they met. She looked a lot more respectable before they hooked up.

  16. Sarah says:

    *yawn*😴 Next…

  17. hadlyB says:

    They never ever have any chemistry between them. Such a farce.

  18. Nude says:

    She looks very nice in that colour and thank god we can’t see camel toe or underwear. Why did she not do the red carpet? Did their PR people advise against it?

  19. mimi says:

    She looks great.
    Did she have sth done to her face though? looking at the second picture …

  20. Jayna says:

    These are the photos of her out to dinner with girlfriends in NYC. I love this shift-type dress on her and the length of the sleeves and the shoes.

  21. siri says:

    The color is good for her, and I like the dress, although I don’t share her preference for uneven hemlines. But her legs look scrawny, this isn’t a healthy thin frame anymore IMO. If it’s true a photo adds pounds, she must look emaciated in person. As for George, he never fails to make everything about himself lately, but I don’t think it’s wise to mention drinking as often as he does. It’s more than obvious he does that rather extensively at times.

  22. capepopsie says:

    Doesn´t he have a tie?

  23. Miss M says:

    Awwww I missed the Clooneys. I gad such a good seat! That’s OK Miss M, you donated your ticket.

  24. vauvert says:

    I think they both look great, her hair is gorgeous as usual. (I know some naysayers will say it is a wig or the stylist or whatever but how many celebs do we see here whose hair looks terrible and they all have the means to spend whatever she spends.) love the green on her but I wish she would stop with the minis. We get it, you think your legs are great.
    I don’t get the hate for George. Yes he is older, so what? They look happy and comfortable together. I must be looking at different photos than the ones others are seeing, claiming they have zero chemistry. Just curious how you look in the photos with your significant other, at a public event??

    • OverFirstAve. says:

      She has extensions added. I saw a photo where she lifts her hair up and the extension weft showed underneath, a good quality extension, but place well. The article was about her ring but it shows a bit of her extension inadvertently.

  25. MsGoblin says:

    She’s stunning. That is all.

  26. luelueloop says:

    She reminds me of Taylor Swift for some reason.

  27. lowercaselois says:

    When I see her green dress I think of Kemit the Frog singing “it is not easy being green”

  28. boredblond says:

    I’m glad he’s feigning discretion about their life..considering they plant a sugary story in people at least once a month to keep the story alive. Klooneys..yuck.

  29. Sarah01 says:

    She looks fantastic, I love these two together!

  30. Tough Cookie says:

    “That’s a good question, but I can’t officially tell you any of those things because that would be wrong, and she would be upset that I told anyone what I’ve learned,”

    I just officially snorted out my coffee all over the keyboard.

  31. dippit says:

    The colour suits her, but it’s too short (young) and has stitching hanging. Looks like it ripped and was quickly sewn (DM). Poor show for price and designer, not always a mark of quality. She is the best turned out she’s been in a while. Yes, there’s more extensions and a lot of make-up (undereye touche eclat overload) but, makes sense for a red carpet. Anyone would want to look their best in that setting. It’s that she doesn’t know how to calm down on that in work or more casual settings which gives off the too try hard. The overall effect is still more and more like a show pony dressage performance.

    I know her career isn’t as storied as their PR would have us believe but, still, I think it’s unfortunate any woman with the potential she had seems to prefer wasting the hours it takes to be that primped to prance all the time. Her choice obviously but the fame from this, and Clooney himself, don’t seem enough of a trade off to me. She no doubt has her strengths but I just don’t sense independence and conscientious go getting as one of them. I wonder if her mother arrested her development at some stage on that; too much using connections to advance her and overall pampering.

    I saw little chemistry in the beginning, less so now. For a while I thought they at least looked like they could be friends connected with common purpose. Lately the body language is more detached, almost a chore. We’re only ever told by ‘sources’ of their apparent togetherness, probably told too much really.

    As event coupling go, this appearance was a good one, though.

  32. golden retriever says:

    I see they are cracking on with the low profile, out of the public eye approach – not. I used to think George Clooney was the bomb (I even named my pow fit vibrating home gym thing after him) but now I simply can’t with him and Amal. Over exposure. Too much information. I wonder how his next movie will do. I can’t even deal with the coffee adds. Anyho nice colour of dress …actually whatever.

  33. alice says:

    Here to say that my always on point work-done radar is detecting some botox and fillers on Amal. With is just fine for me, no shade. George needs a successful movie asap, or he’ll lose the tone of the Hollywood chairman to Bradley Cooper.

  34. Tacos and TV says:

    The dress is very lovely, but why those green shoes?! I’m sorry but she can’t dress at all! No Jorge! She is not that fancy of a unicorn!

  35. golden retriever says:

    interesting point Alice. I thought she’d done something to her choppers. They look gleaming white and not so fangie. I personally think that George is pretty much dunzo career wise. It’s all about Amal now and despite her ability to part the red sea and leap tall buildings in a single bound… she is polarizing. The folks on the daily fail threads have nowt good to say. I’m thinking way too much about this. It’s the middle of the night in New Zealand – I should be asleep.

  36. nicole says:

    Is it me or has George got a bit of a belly showing, I think so. Anyways he looks pretty good in some photos, but no chemistry whatsoever with his wife, he only looks relaxed when he is on his own, or with the other cast members. I like the Versace dress, but not on Amal, she is so skinny, and has terribe posture, her hair is full of extension, and her makeup is really heavy, and she should not wear open toed shoes with feet like hers. She really likes to think she is the big superstar.

  37. BNA FN says:

    I could be wrong but most of the time George C looks drunk or in pain to me. I read his friend and Casimego partner says they drink over one thousand bottles of their tequila a year. Considering there are 365 days per year I’m thinking they must be drinking about three bottles a day, that’s saying alcoholics in my mind,

    What is so great about GC that AC would want to spend her life with an alcoholic, also, GC is a man who has a long standing back
    ailment, how is the romance going. I read George love to be the life of the party from what I have read, I can just see him being drunk and running off of the mouth. I know he’s rich but I could not do that at age 37, jmo.

    Btw, I love the green dress, however its too short for someone her age.

  38. Wienerdogsmom says:

    I think the dress is cute but it would look more appropriate on my 26 year old daughter. I’m not saying a woman her age can’t wear a miniskirt but it just seems to me she dresses a bit young for her age. I’ve tried things on, looked at them & said “yeah, could have pulled it off 15 years ago but not so much anymore.” It’s not that I don’t still have the figure it’s just that it screams “desperately clinging to my youth” to me. But that’s JMO.
    Second, I mean no offense or disrespect to anyone here but I wish I could stop seeing all these comments about her weight. It’s likely not the case however, some people actually lose their appetite when under stress or take medications that cause a loss of appetite. I happen to be a person who has both of those issues & when people make comments to me it isn’t pleasant. Maybe she is dieting, maybe not but if we shouldn’t shame people for being heavy then we shouldn’t shame them for being skinny either. Sorry, guess it’s just a touchy subject for me.

    • siri says:

      There is a difference between body shaming, and concern about someone’s physical appearance. In her case, although not knowing the reasons for it, it’s obvious she’s lost a lot of weight over the last year, and people happen to notice. Next to stress, or medication, there are other possible serious issues, and those should be adressed, not ignored. I have a good friend who struggles with bulimia nervosa, so perhaps I’m overly (and falsely) alert when seeing some pics of Amal reminding me of her. It is indeed a touchy subject, so I hope you don’t get offended, because most people might just be worried, or concerned, not really trying to shame someone…

    • noway says:

      Sorry for the health issues you are having, and unfortunately I have a thyroid issue that has made me weigh too much and also too little for periods of time. I can assure you the comments and looks go both ways, but being overweight is frowned upon far more than underweight. My problem is people say she has a gorgeous body. I just think we have a very warped view of healthy, as someone who has tried very hard to achieve healthy. It bothers me that someone that is a career woman not associated with looks is being touted for her body when I think there is clearly a weight issue involved.

  39. Nimbolicious says:

    Here’s what he learned in the past year that he can’t disclose:

    1. This one, despite her credentials, is way more high maintenance and a good deal crazier than all the previous ones combined.

    2. Marriage does nothing to quell gay rumors.

    3. This is going to be harder to extricate himself from than was the case in his previous beard contracts. (See Lesson #1).

    • evermore says:

      She does love the fame.

    • Jib says:

      It’s amazing to me that a world famous human rights lawyer is more hungry for fame and much tackier than an ex-wrestler. Amal and her constant search for cameras and her tilted-up head and continual camera-ready smile is much tackier than Stacey ever dreamt of being.

      • nicole says:

        Ninmbolicous, I coudnt agree more, he’s really got himself set up with her and that family of hers aswell, hope its worth it.

  40. Dari says:

    Nice color dress. Far too much makeup looks like a 60 yo woman who wants to look younger but ends up looking like a clown. She needed to blend undereye area. He is doing his standard I am bored with this relationship by holding her hand and walking in front. The Daily Mail focused on her toes which the toes and the story seemed to be out of pace.

  41. Lizzieb says:

    Hideous. All the money in the world and she still looks like a cheap hooker. Why is George always dragging her along by her hand? He looks homeless with that beard: his facial hair, not her.

  42. Jayna says:

    I think Amal is much prettier in person. She’s softer than she sometimes appears in photos. Here’s a recent sitdown interview with her and nice to see her in her element and not on a papwalk.

  43. Sue says:

    I live in NYC and saw them the other day in a convertible near the 42nd St. library. To me, anyone who rides around in a convertible is asking to be stared at. I felt that both of them liked the attention, but especially her. She seemed to be drinking up people looking at her.

  44. Emmygrant says:

    I like the red outfit–but OMG I LOVE the green Versace so much, including the high-low front and the cut-out back! I also love the sandals. I’ve never seen her look so gorgeous–that is her color!

    Sorry posted this on the old post instead of the new one. Oh well.