Sleepless nights, George? New dad Clooney cuts an exhausted figure as he joins radiant wife Amal and her mother for dinner in Lake Como... during first holiday with their newborn twins
They jetted to Italy last week for their first ever holiday with their newborn twins Ella and Alexander - who they welcomed in June.¬†
The barrister 39, looked truly radiant in a silk striped jumpsuit as she arrived at the swanky Gatto Nero restaurant hand-in-hand with her man, 56 - who cut an incredibly fatigued figure in comparison, as a new dad.¬†
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That's amore! Amal and George Clooney took a night off their parenting duties on Tuesday, to instead enjoy dinner in Lake Como, Italy
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Amal Clooney looked sensational as she stepped out in Lake Como with her husband George Clooney.
The new mom, was seen in a chic vertical striped Elisabetta Franchi jumpsuit as she stepped out in the ritzy lakeside town.
She teamed this look with a small clutch and long tassel earrings.
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Parenthood taking its toll? Glamorous Amal, 39, looked truly radiant in a silk striped jumpsuit, while George cut an incredibly fatigued figure in comparison, as a new dad (L)
New mother Amal looked truly stunning as she headed for dinner with her husband and mother in a slinky striped jumpsuit.
Pulling into a chic strapless neckline and cinching in at her waist, the one-piece served to accentuate her impressively slender frame just one month after giving birth.¬†
Maintaining her glamorous appearance from head to toe, the Lebanese beauty styled her hair into big, bouncy waves, and accessorised with striking fringed earrings.
Radiant:¬†New mother Amal looked truly stunning as she headed for dinner in a slinky striped jumpsuit, paired with glamorous fringe drop earrings and a purple lip
Meanwhile the handsome Hollywood actor kept things more casual in a simple yellow shirt and jeans as he led his wife home from dinner by the hand.
However, the Ocean's Eleven star cut an exhausted figure as he swiftly returned to his home in the resort - showcasing signs of strain as a new dad in his 50s.
Spending a night away from their twins, born in June, the pair were also accompanied by Amal's mother Baria - who proved style runs in their family in chic floral trousers and a lace blouse.¬†
Having enjoyed a meal at the eatery, which is thought to be one of George's favourites, the group seemed keen to reunite with little Ella and Alexander as they swiftly got into their car.
Tired? However, the Ocean's Eleven star cut an exhausted figure as he swiftly returned to his home in the stunning Italian resort
We are family: The pair were joined by Amal's mother Baria, as they spent a night out away from their two-month old twins Ella and Alexander¬†
Amal and George landed in the stunning Italian hotspot last week with their newborn twins, who were born on June 6.
The trip marks their first ever family holiday, and the group have been spotted enjoying a number of dinners by the water.
Amal's mother also joined them for the getaway - having recently gushed of her newborn grandchildren to People magazine.
Reflecting on the birth, she said excitedly: 'Seeing these two angels, these stunningly beautiful babies cuddled together...
Good genes: Baria (above) proved style runs in their family in chic floral trousers and a lace blouse
'And seeing the joy on Amal and George‚Äôs faces, it‚Äôs one of those deeply felt beautiful feelings you can‚Äôt express in words.'¬†
However the family trip to Lake Como, where George has owned a home for several years, comes as it's been reported that the family may be moving out of their stunning ¬£20 million property in Sonning-On-Thames, Berkshire.
Following the birth of their children, the star has been increasingly worried about the level of security in their homes, according to Life&Style.
A source told the publication that George had received threats in the past, whilst he was concerned that his wife's work as an international human rights lawyer could make her a target.
Expanding their brood: Amal and George welcomed twins, Ella and Alexander, on June 6 - and jetted to Italy for their first family holiday last week (pictured during pregnancy in February)
'He doesn‚Äôt feel like Amal and the twins are safe living in the English countryside,' the insider explained.¬†
'As soon as Amal found out she was pregnant, he hired former Secret Service agents to assess all his properties and make recommendations for improvement.'
They claimed the star's mansion in Studio City, California was the most secure, as they added: 'He‚Äôs waited so long for this family, he‚Äôll do whatever it takes to keep them safe.'
George wed Amal in 2014, and bought their sprawling ¬£7.5 million home in the English countryside later that year.¬†
¬†The one:¬†George wed Amal in 2014, and bought their sprawling ¬£7.5 million home in the English countryside later that year
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