Amal Clooney shone bright for a date night in Italy. The British barrister rocked a silvery look as she and husband George Clooney exited the Gatto Nero eatery on Lake Como Thursday evening, appearing to be in high spirits. Amal, 45, was captured on camera in a sequined silver dress with a sweetheart neckline as she walked down the steps from the restaurant into their awaiting car, also wearing a bright smile.
She accessorized the glam ensemble with large diamond dangling earrings, and wore her hair in waves over her shoulder. Her wedding band could be seen shining on her left hand as she was snapped pushing some of her hair away from her face. Meanwhile George, 62, could be seen in a dark-gray suit over a navy shirt as he appeared to talk to someone briefly outside before joining his wife in the car.
This isn’t the first time the pair have been spotted out this month on a romantic date along the Italian coastal destination, where they own a villa. Last week, they were photographed sharing another romantic dinner and a smooch on the balcony of the Grand Hotel Tremezzo. Amal wore a long white V-neck dress with a slit showing off her toned legs, with matching nude heels and a white-and-gold clutch, as she held her husband’s hand while walking down the stairs from the balcony.
George contrasted his wife in a dark suit with a black undershirt and shiny loafers. The Clooneys first met in 2013 through a mutual friend’s introduction and would go on to tie the knot a year later in Sicily. The couple later welcomed twins Alexander and Ella, now 6, at St. Mary’s Hospital in London. In March 2022, Amal opened up about her relationship with George, whom she called ‘inspirational and supportive,’ in her TIME’s Women of the Year profile.
‘Marriage has been wonderful,’ raved the human-rights attorney, adding, ‘We have a home filled with love and laughter.’ ‘It is a joy beyond anything I could ever have imagined,’ Amal added. ‘I feel so lucky to have found a great love in my life, and to be a mother — this is how I get my balance.’ Amal Clooney shimmered in silver sequins on yet another romantic Lake Como date night with George Clooney Thursday. The stunning Brit stepped out in a spaghetti strap silver sequined baby doll dress from Paco Rabanne ($972, was $3,490), wearing her long hair in tousled waves.
Amal, 45, finished off her glamorous chainmail mini with understated accessories including diamond earrings and a small black bag with a silver chain. Amal’s silver fox husband, 62, looked just as dapper in a navy button-down paired with a gray blazer. The couple dined at the elegant lakeview Italian restaurant Gatto Nero for their night out on the town, where the ‘Ocean’s Eleven’ star owns an enormous mansion. The A-listers have enjoyed plenty of elegant dinner dates – just last week, they ventured to the Grand Hotel Tremezzo. And last summer, they shared multiple date nights in the Italian city, with Amal opting for ever more glittering and glamorous looks.
George Clooney and his wife Amal were spotted walking hand in hand on a date night near Lake Como, Italy. The 57-year-old actor-director and his lawyer wife, 40, were all smiles leaving dinner at Gatto Nero in Cernobbio, Italy on Friday. For the evening, Amal, who gave birth to the couple’s twins Ella and Alexander last year, wore a black and white asymmetrical striped dress paired with nude heels and black dangling earrings. George kept it cool in a black suit, wearing a white button-down underneath. The couple, who own a villa nearby, beamed as they left the restaurant hand-in-hand.
George has been on the mend since his scooter accident on July 10. While filming his Hulu limited series Catch-22 on the Italian island of Sardinia, George was hit by a car as he rode to work. The impact sent him flying into the air and he was briefly hospitalized. Amazingly, the actor did not sustain any serious injuries. Although George left the hospital shortly after the incident with only bruising, his wife and family were shaken by the accident. ‘Amal wouldn’t leave his side,’ a source told PEOPLE. ‘It was obvious that she was concerned.’ Another source told PEOPLE ‘he could have been killed,’ and that his and Amal’s families ‘were very worried and on the telephone reassuring one another, saying how lucky George was.’