The wedding festivities keep on going for George Clooney and his bride Amal Alamuddin.
The 53-year-old actor made his nuptials extra official with a civil ceremony in Venice, Italy on Monday, Sept. 29. The couple showed up to the city hall building by boat for what ET's Nasreen Eldawi called a "10-minute" ceremony. The couple was quickly whisked away by water taxi shortly thereafter.
Clooney donned a sleek charcoal grey suit and sunglasses while Alamuddin, 36, wore a white outfit that she paired with a big sunhat.
Crowds were gathered around the government building to greet Clooney and his bride.
At city hall, former mayor of Rome and friend of Clooney, Walter Veltroni, officially married the couple under Italian law.
The couple's star-studded wedding ceremony occurred in Venice on Saturday, Sept. 27, at Aman Canal Grande. Bill Murray, Matt Damon and Cindy Crawford were among the familiar faces in attendance.
This is the second marriage for Clooney, who was married to Talia Balsam until 1993.
He and Alamuddin got engaged in April after she met the actor through her work as a British lawyer.