The 40-year-old human rights lawyer, Amal Clooney, attended the American Film Institute's 46th Life Achievement Award Gala in Hollywood on Thursday.
It was a special occasion because her husband, the 57-year-old Ocean's 8 Star George Clooney, was presented with Award by his father, Nick Clooney.
As reported by ET Online, Amal chose a shimmering pale pink Prada dress for the event which featured a bow-shaped neckline and double-hemmed skirt which accentuated her legs.
The skirt was decorated with delicate gold beads, sequins, and embroidery. Amal completed the outfit with a pair of gold high heels, matching clutch bag and earrings.
Her makeup was kept to a minimum. Amal opted for a shimmering gold dash of eyeshadow and a blush pink lip color while her soft curls cascaded over her shoulders.
George looked dapper in a black suit, white shirt and bowtie as both he and Amal posed arm-in-arm on the red carpet. Amal told reporters she was "very, very proud" of George and it's not hard to see why!
Amal is his second wife, and the couple announced their engagement in April 2014. They tied the knot five months later, and the ceremony was held at Ca' Farsetti in Venice, Italy.
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They welcomed twins, Ella and Alexander in June 2017, and the siblings celebrated their 1st birthday on the 6th of this month.
Before meeting Amal, George was married to Talia Balsam, an actress most famously known for her roles on L.A Doctors, Without A Trace, Mad Men, and Homeland.
They walked down the aisle in 1989 but divorced only four years later, and Balsam has been married to John Slattery since the late nineties.
Fans of George can look forward to his upcoming appearance in Catch 22. The mini-series consists of six episodes, is currently in pre-production and will be released in 2019.
He also announced that he will produce Red Platoon and On Becoming A God In Central Florida. To keep with Clooney's busy schedule, follow our Twitter account, AmoMama USA.