George and Amal Clooney look besotted at a red carpet event one year after welcoming twins

May 09, 2018
03:36 A.M.
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It’s close to a year since George and Amal Clooney welcomed their twins into the world. These two looked great at this year’s MET gala that Amal co-chaired. As The Inquisitr reports, Clooney even made time for a few dad jokes.


Actor George Clooney and his beautiful lawyer wife, Amal, stepped out on the red carpet at the Met Gala, and the parents looked terrific. It’s almost been a year since they welcomed twins to their family and the two couldn’t look happier and more in love. The night was so lovely that the actor even joked that his twins Ella and Alexander were hiding under his wife, Amal’s large dress.


Amal was one of the co-chairs of this year’s most fashion-forward events and she wore a long rose-covered gown that opened at the front which she paired with navy blue pants. On top, the Columbia professor had on a metallic floral print corset. The exquisite outfit was designed by Richard Quinn.

Clooney donned a traditional black tuxedo and gave all the limelight to his wife. The actor, 57, was attentive to Amal’s every move on the red carpet, lifting her gown as she walked to prevent it from being stepped on. He also ensured that photographers captured her gown from all angles.


This marks the second year that the couple is walking the red carpet at the Met Gala together. Last year, they were newlyweds when they walked the carpet to the event themed: “China: Through The Looking Glass.” They looked as sensational back then as they did on Monday.

Clooney has settled into the life of a dad and husband after over 50 years of having his space. When asked whether he misses the lonesomeness that was his life before marriage in a Hollywood Reporter interview, the actor said he didn’t.

"I sure don't. That seems like a lifetime ago. Now my house is filled with the warm sounds of babies crying. You should see when my friends show up and see me change a diaper, the laughter that comes from them. I go, 'I know, I know.' I've given them so much shit for so many years, I deserve every bit of it."

They look beautiful, don’t they?