The human rights lawyer is making quite the return to the red carpet after maternity leave.
Of all the premieres that Amal and George Clooney have attended in recent years, their latest is easily our favourite.
Why? Because the high-flying couple made the event quite the family affair, bringing along Amal’s mother Baria for some especially heartwarming red carpet snaps.
The trio attended the Los Angeles opening of George’s new film, Suburbicon, with Amal donning a goddess-worthy 2007 Bill Blass gown that’s going to be inspiring a brunch outfit or two over the Dubai winter.
The accomplished human rights lawyer, who welcomed twins Ella and Alexander back in June, finished off the ensemble with sculpted drop Lorraine Schwartz earrings and a slick of hot pink lippie.
It’s not the only bookmarkable outfit the British-Lebanese activist has rocked in the last month either – this vintage Versace number was added to our Instagram saved list as soon as we saw it.
Amal sported the shimmering golden mini to the unveiling of the Gianni Versace Archive in LA, looking back to the late designer’s Autumn/Winter 1994 collection for the disco-inspired piece.
The 39-year-old has only recently returned to the public eye after spending three months in Italy raising her newborns.
Husband George recently opened up about the couple’s four-month-old tots, revealing they’ve already got distinct personalities.
“Ella is very elegant and dainty, she has these big beautiful eyes, she looks like Amal,” the actor and director told Extra.
“[Alexander’s] just a thug, he’s a fat little boy. He laughs louder than everyone in the room. It’s the funniest thing.”
The Hollywood star also opened up about sexual harassment in the workplace following the Harvey Weinstein scandal, revealing Amal has first-hand experience of the issue.
“My wife, who is a human rights lawyer, says she’s faced those exact kinds of situations in law. So it’s everywhere, it needs to be addressed as a problem for all of us,” he told Extra.
“My wife is a very smart, very together, very accomplished human rights lawyer and she said: ‘There have been plenty of times in my life and my career, where in the law community, I had to tell someone to knock it off’. So it happens everywhere.”
Amal has not yet personally spoken out about her experiences, but George called for the culture to end in all industries.
“The whole culture of this is going to have to stop,” he said. “This isn’t just showbiz, it’s everywhere.”