George and Amal Clooney make rare red carpet appearance with her mother at Catch-22 premiere3 min read

0
20

George and Amal Clooney cut a stylish figure as they attended the premiere of his new mini-series Catch-22 at The Vue cinema in Westfield, London, on Wednesday.   

The Ocean’s Eleven star, 58, and human rights lawyer, 41, made a rare red carpet appearance with Amal’s mother Baria Alamuddin at the star-studded event.    

Amal exuded glamour in an extravagant black sequined dress with a gold bodice as she cosied up to her actor husband. 

Power couple: George and Amal Clooney cut a stylish figure as they attended the premiere of his new mini-series Catch-22 at The Vue cinema in Westfield, London, on Wednesday

Power couple: George and Amal Clooney cut a stylish figure as they attended the premiere of his new mini-series Catch-22 at The Vue cinema in Westfield, London, on Wednesday

The glitzy gown featured a skirt with black embellished layers that caught the eye on the red carpet. 

The stunning human rights lawyer wore her sleek raven tresses in bouncy curls and opted for dramatic eye makeup and a red lip.

She finished the look with a pair of black stilettos, gold earrings and a stylish clutch bag. 

George, 58, looked as dapper as ever in a monochrome outfit, wearing a dark grey suit and shirt which he wore slightly open.

Elegant: Amal exuded glamour in an extravagant black sequined dress with a gold bodice as she cosied up to her actor husband

Elegant: Amal exuded glamour in an extravagant black sequined dress with a gold bodice as she cosied up to her actor husband

Dapper: George, 58, looked as dapper as ever in a monochrome outfit, wearing a dark grey suit and shirt which he wore slightly open

Dapper: George, 58, looked as dapper as ever in a monochrome outfit, wearing a dark grey suit and shirt which he wore slightly open

Glamorous: The stunning human rights lawyer wore her sleek raven tresses in bouncy curls

Glamorous: The stunning human rights lawyer wore her sleek raven tresses in bouncy curls

 

The dashing Hollywood star smouldered for the camera and sported grey facial hair which added to his rugged good looks.

Amal’s mother, Baria Alamuddin, a well-known political journalist, looked a vision of elegance in a green ensemble with a chiffon coat.

She wore a stunning jewelled necklace with matching earrings and opted for glamorous makeup.

Amal, a human rights lawyer, gave birth to their twins in June 2017, three years after she wed George during a romantic Venice wedding in 2014. 

Family bonding: Amal's mother, Baria Alamuddin, a well-known political journalist, looked a vision of elegance in a green ensemble with a chiffon coat

Family bonding: Amal’s mother, Baria Alamuddin, a well-known political journalist, looked a vision of elegance in a green ensemble with a chiffon coat

Sensational: She finished the look with a pair of black stilettos and a stylish clutch bag

Sensational: She finished the look with a pair of black stilettos and a stylish clutch bag

Gorgeous: Amal opted for dramatic eye makeup and a red lip to complete her glamorous look

Gorgeous: Amal opted for dramatic eye makeup and a red lip to complete her glamorous look

Family matters: Amal and mother Baria oozed glamour as they accompanied George at the London premiere of his latest film

Family matters: Amal and mother Baria oozed glamour as they accompanied George at the London premiere of his latest film

And only recently, George didn’t miss a moment to gush about his little ones and their mother while on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

‘They obviously got my wife’s brains,’ he told the talk show host. ‘They’re not quite two and they can count from one to 20 in English and Italian. I’m still trying to do the English part!’

He added: ‘They’re very smart. I don’t like that either. I got a lot of dumb relatives, man. Awful easy!’

Standing proud: George stood with the film's producer Grant Heslov (L) and fellow actor Christopher Abbott (R)

Standing proud: George stood with the film’s producer Grant Heslov (L) and fellow actor Christopher Abbott (R)

Teamwork: George flashed a wide smile as he posed with his colleagues (Pictured L-R Gerran Howell, Ellen Kuras, Grant Heslov, George Clooney, Christopher Abbott and Kyle Chandler)

Teamwork: George flashed a wide smile as he posed with his colleagues (Pictured L-R Gerran Howell, Ellen Kuras, Grant Heslov, George Clooney, Christopher Abbott and Kyle Chandler)

Dapper: Martin Delaney, Gerran Howell and Josh Bolt added pocket squares to their suits

Dapper: Martin Delaney, Gerran Howell and Josh Bolt added pocket squares to their suits

Happy times: The three pals couldn't hide their delight as they posed together

Happy times: The three pals couldn’t hide their delight as they posed together

George sat in the director’s chair for his latest project, an adaptation of the novel Catch-22, which premiers on Hulu May 17, and stars Christopher Abbott and Hugh Laurie.

Early reviews were released for the six-part military tale this week, with many journalist commending the adaptation on the 1961 novel by Joseph Heller.

The Ocean’s 11 star produces the new series, directs the first two episodes and also appears in the show as Lieutenant Scheisskopf.

Supportive wife: Amal stood by George's side ahead of the screening in London

Supportive wife: Amal stood by George’s side ahead of the screening in London