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Mamma Mia! Fashion lessons from Amal Clooney

Last updated on: April 03, 2017 15:24 IST
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She's nailed the pregnancy style perfectly and is soon turning into a fashion icon of sorts with her vintage dress and figure-hugging gowns!

Actor George Clooney's wife Amal is pregnant with twins.

The human rights lawyer and activist gave her fans a hint of her pregnancy at the Cesar Awards Ceremony in Paris earlier this year, when she dressed her bump in a lovely white gown. 

Amal has been pushing the envelope when it comes to maternity style ever since.

Amal Clooney

IMAGE: Amal's bump is pretty evident here on the cover of Vanity Fair Italy magazine's March 2017 edition. This is the same dress the 38-year-old wore to the Cesar Awards Ceremony in Paris. 
Scroll down to see the entire outfit. 
Photograph: Vanity Fair Italy cover

Amal clooney

IMAGE: George Clooney and Amal on the red carpet at the Cesar Awards.
The lawyer dressed her bump in a strapless fitted Atelier Versace gown with feather accents.

Photograph: Gonzalo Fuentes/Reuters

Amal Clooney

IMAGE: Amal at the United Nations headquarters in NYC.
Tailored form-fitting dresses and sleek suits pretty much sum up Amal's pregnancy style.
She's embraced vibrant colours too. Amal wore this yellow frock with black piping  over a matching coat (not in the pic) and black pumps to a UN meeting. Impressive, isn't it?
Photograph: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

Amal Clooney

IMAGE: Amal is not one to hide her burgeoning tummy behind layers of cloth.
Here she is seen in a navy-blue, bump-hugging dress with rosette detail on the neck.
She completed the look with a contrasting burgundy bag and matching statement earrings. 
Photograph: Lucas Jackson/Reuters

Amal and George Clooney

IMAGE: Actor George Clooney, right and Amal attend a Leaders Summit for Refugees.
She opted for a structured printed dress and a sleek gold belt.

Photograph: Peter Foley/Getty Images

George and Amal Clooney

Lead photograph credit: Philippe Wojazer/Reuters

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