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March 30, 2018

George Clooney's wife, Amal, steals the show in her chic vintage-style outfit during NY outing

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The high-profile human rights lawyer looked amazing in a look that presented her both as a successful woman of law and a fashion icon with a touch of Hollywood glamour.

The 40-year-old Lebanon-born human rights attorney Amal Clooney attended the New York City’s sibling event to the March For Our Lives led by students in Washington D.C. to protest gun violence and mass shootings on March 24, 2018.

ET Online reviewed the fashion style that the wife of 56-year-old Hollywood beau George Clooney showcased as she was photographed leaving her apartment to support the call for gun laws reform that arose following the Parkland, Florida school shooting.

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Amal rocked a vintage Chanel tweed suit with nude Jimmy Choo heels. She wore oversized shades and a white Roger Vivier purse as accessories. The mother-of-two was praised for looking flawless as usual in the public outing.

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The Clooney’s fully agree on the advocate’s demands for the government to take stronger and concrete actions to reinforce gun control laws to stop gun violence in the United States. They both have donated $500,000 to the movement in the names of their children.

Amal, who is George’s second wife, gave birth to twins Ella and Alexander eight months ago. George and Amal got married in September 2014 in Venice, Italy. Together, they created the Clooney Foundation for Justice to ‘advance justice around the world.’

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But the couple´s recent donation to the March For Our Lives movement was made in their personal capacity citing their concerns for the future of their children in the country.

‘George and I, actually not even through the foundation, just personally, wanted to make this contribution and to say, 'We will be there with our family,' because, you know, my children are very likely to go to school here,’ said Amal.

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