George Clooney's wife looks 'dangerously skinny' in her recent photos

Rebelander Basilan
Aug 30, 2018
10:44 A.M.
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Her skinny post-baby frame sparked serious concerns.


George and Amal Clooney welcomed their twins, Ella and Alexander, on June 6, 2017.

Since giving birth, the 40-year-old human rights lawyer has reportedly lost more than 50 pounds, according to Radar Online.

Recently, Amal was photographed in New York City while taking a phone call. Her noticeable weight loss has attracted many people.

The Columbia law school teacher sported a black blouse, which revealed her slim figure. She paired her blouse with a black floral print skirt.


The brunette beauty looked even taller wearing black and white heels. She styled her hair in soft waves and wore a light and radiant makeup. A pair of shades shielded her eyes.

A source told Radar Online that the slender British lawyer doesn't like weighing over 120 pounds and that she "insists she's only trying to be healthy."

But according to the source, nobody's fooled by her reason. She even recently freaked out when she gained five pounds.

The source concluded that Amal is getting ready to starve herself, "right when she's starting to look healthy."


Amal is gaining popularity for taking on high-profile cases. The latest one involves two Reuters journalists jailed in Burma, Daily Mail reported.

She will be representing Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who were arrested in December 2017. The journalists are being held in a Yangon prison.

Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo are charged with violation of the country's Official Secrets Act, a statute that carries a maximum prison sentence of 14 years.

Amal, who has a Lebanese heritage, married George on September 27, 2014, at Ca' Farsetti. The power couple has recently showed off their newly-refurbished $14 million-mansion in Berkshire, England.

Renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz was given access to the nine-bedroom property for a Vogue feature, set to come out this year.

Amal, who specializes in international law and human rights, was also interviewed for the feature story.