Amal Clooney stuns in gorgeous caped white gown for dinner with Prince Charles
The human rights lawyer stunned crowds in a draped white gown as she joined her actor husband alongside other donors, supporters, and ambassadors of Prince's Trust International
Ever since they tied the knot in 2014, George and Amal Clooney have made the UK their permanent home. And the celebrity duo were the rightful guests of honor at Prince Charles' dinner party, which the Prince of Wales hosted at the Buckingham Palace to celebrate his Prince's Trust on Tuesday night.
Amal stunned the crowds in a draped white gown as she joined her actor husband alongside other donors, supporters, and ambassadors of Prince's Trust International. The human rights lawyer looked every inch a star as she stepped out in her strapless white silk dress, which featured a sash detail aimed at highlighting her trim waist.
Her flowing one-shouldered cape added quite the dramatic flair to the elegant design, while a glittering gold sleeve added the much-needed zing and sparkle to the outfit. The 41-year-old further accessorized her look with a chic gold box clutch, and side-swept her long locks into voluminous curls.
She was joined by her husband, who looked quite the gentleman in a double-breasted black formal tuxedo, teamed with a matching bow tie. The A-list couple, who have had a close relationship with the British royals, were spotted having an intensely animated conversation with the Prince of Wales.
The stylish couple was joined at the event by actors Benedict Cumberbatch and Luke Evans, who too appeared in their finery for the royal event. Joining them were actor Josh Hartnett, and his partner 'St Trinian's' actress Tamsin Egerton, according to the Daily Mail.
The Clooneys' recent royal appearance comes shortly after Amal threw her good friend Meghan Markle a lavish baby shower in NYC. MEA WorldWide (MEAWW) also reported later that Meghan's extravagant ride to and from her royal abode was paid for by Amal herself as a sweet gesture.
As fans would recall, the Duchess of Sussex, who broke royal protocol to celebrate her baby shower with her close friends in the US last month, reportedly flew home in a $43million private Gulfstream G450 private jet laid on by George and Amal hours after the shower. It was even rumored that the Duke and Duchess were planning to make the Clooneys their future kid's godparents.
George, who attended the royal wedding in May last year with his wife Amal, said, "Oh, yes, I’ll be a godfather of the royals apparently," before clarifying that he was joking with an emphatic, "No. I’m a father of twins, I have enough shit to deal with — literally!"