Amal Clooney’s pregnancy hasn’t stopped her from looking
fabulous and fashionable as ever.
Amal, who is pregnant with twins, and husband George Clooney
were spotted leaving a Paris hotel, where they’ve been staying in France. Wearing
a floral-embellished dress paired with fashionable knee-high boots, a patterned
wool trench coat and oversized sunglasses, Amal gave her baby bump a pop of style.
At the “French Oscars,” Amal wowed in a stunning custom-made
Atelier Versace gown, which featured white-to-black ombré feathers and
highlighted her growing pregnancy. She completed her ultra-glam look with a
white shrug, statement earrings, big, bouncy curls and her signature red pout.
Friday night’s event marked Amal’s first official red carpet
appearance since news broke of her pregnancy earlier this month. "Beyoncé
is not the only superstar expecting twins. Congratulations are in order for
George and Amal Clooney," Chen announced on the CBS daytime program.
"The Talk has confirmed that the 55-year-old superstar and his
highly accomplished 39-year-old attorney wife are expecting twins. Give
her the armrest, by the way, she's pregnant!"
In another interview with French outlet Paris Match , the 55-year-old actor admitted that
he and Amal have been considerably more cautious in anticipation of their
arrival. "How can we not be anxious when faced with this immense
responsibility? To give birth to a child in this world -- nevermind two! We are
very happy, very excited, but also a bit nervous, it's normal," he shared.
Something not quite normal about the couple, however, is
Amal's line of work as an international human rights lawyer, which means
frequently traveling to dangerous destinations. The lawyer has even recently
taken on ISIS on behalf of her client, Nadia Murad, a human trafficking
"We decided to be much more responsible, to avoid the
danger. I will not go to South Sudan anymore and or the Congo [and] Amal will
no longer go to Iraq and she will avoid places where she knows she is not
welcome," George explained. "Before, I did not care. I would even say
that there was a pretty exciting side to going where no reporter had ever been."