Amal 'worried' about George Clooney wedding, as it's revealed they'll get Vogue treatment
Published 09/08/2014 | 12:08
Amal Alamuddin is reportedly “worried” about her wedding with George Clooney.
The Hollywood heartthrob asked the British attorney to become his wife in April and the pair are said to be hosting their nuptials soon.
Earlier this week it was reported they secured their marriage certificate by applying for a wedding banns in London last month.
And according to E! Online, Amal expressed concern to a registrar during the appointment over what might take place ahead of their upcoming union.
“[Amal said she] was worried about the press finding out the date of the wedding," a source told the outlet.
Fortunately for Amal, the website reports she wasn’t required to specify the wedding date.
Despite her alleged anxiety, it’s claimed the barrister was “happy” while filing a certificate of no impediment (CNI) at Chelsea Town Hall in London. The CNI serves as an official notice of intent to wed in the UK and a wedding banns must be displayed in public for 21 days before a marriage is legally recognised.
It is believed George, 53, and Amal, 36, are hosting their nuptials later this year in Lake Como, Italy, where the actor owns a home.
Us Weekly previous reported George and Amal's mother Baria jetted out to the wedding location in June in order to establish laws preventing fans and paparazzi getting close to his residence on the big day.
According to the magazine, George had the laws declared on Saturday June 21 and they will last until September 30. The temporary legislation will deter people from stopping on both the road and near the water in front of mansion, Villa Oleandra, all hours of the day leading up to the ceremony.