Amal Clooney radiant in yellow satin at Tomorrowland premiere
George Clooney's wife Amal appeared alongside the Hollywood film star for the Japanese premiere of his new movie, Tomorrowland today.
Wearing a yellow satin dress she walked hand in hand with her husband of eight months as he guided her down the red carpet in Tokyo.
Amal, who is a London-based barrister, attended the Tokyo show at Roppongi Hills.
The couple are proving they're clearly still in the honeymoon phase as they are regularly photographed looking smitten.
When the couple touched down in Japan earlier, Amal opted for a colourful Missoni shift dress, while George sported his new trademark black leather jacket as they made their way through the crowds of fans and paparazzi.
George recently gushed about his other half, whom he wed in a lavish Italian ceremony last September after a whirlwind romance, saying:
"I'm a much happier person and we have a very happy life. We enjoy many of the same things and I very much enjoy the projects that she takes on because they have real consequence.
"I have someone who I can talk to about anything and someone who I care more about than I've cared about anybody.
And the normally private actor has been uncharacteristically candid when speaking about his wife, during his first international press tour as a married man. He even divulged exactly how he proposed.
"When I asked her, we had never talked about it," he explained. "There wasn't like, 'Hey, maybe we should get married.' I literally dropped it on her. I was at my home. I queued up a playlist of some of my Aunt Rosemary's songs and I asked her and she just kept saying, 'Oh my God' and 'Wow.' Completely unexpected.
"And finally I just said—listen, I'm 52 at the time—and I said, 'I've been on my knee now for about 28 minutes. I gotta get an answer out of this because I'm gonna throw a hip out. I may not be able to stand back up."
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