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People: Amal Clooney is assisting Meghan Markle with settling into her new British life

May 31, 2018
12:57 A.M.
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An insider revealed that the duo has been friends ever since Markle moved to London after wrapping up Suits.

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It has been reported that Clooney and Markle effortlessly became good friends since the first time they got acquainted with each other, as reported by People.

In 2017, the former actress moved to London, UK to prepare to pursue her relationship with Prince Harry. The city of London and the difference of lifestyle was completely new to Markle, who was born and raised in Los Angeles.

Clooney provided her with the support Markle needed to transition and settle down in the new city.

England was as familiar as home to Clooney since she had lived in Buckinghamshire for several years, and even pursued her education in the UK.

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Although she spends a lot of time with her twins and her husband George Clooney in America, she constantly travels to London for teaching or for her work.

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The anonymous source shared that Clooney and Markle have many common interests, and their friendship has grown very naturally with time.

Clooney and her husband were also among the esteemed guests at the larger-than-life wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19. 

The 40-year-old mother-of-two looked gorgeous in a mango-colored dress designed by Stella McCartney, while her husband looked dapper in a classic 3-piece-suit. 

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The Clooneys have reportedly planned to live in their Lake Como home in Italy for the summer. However, the matriarch, who is a human rights lawyer, will be busy with work during their stay in Europe. 

She will be counseling several international clients, including Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo who were detained in Myanmar. 

They were allegedly held and put to trial on politically-motivated grounds for reporting on the atrocities committed by the Myanmar military on the Rohingyas.

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