Amal Alamuddin has done what only a few others have attempted to do and that is tame the heart of George Clooney. Most of you probably know by now that she is a talented lawyer and activist but we’ve put together a list of five things you probably don’t know about the future Mrs. Clooney.
The beautiful Amal Alamuddin, 36, had something that George Clooney, 52, just had to lock down before any other man had a chance to get. But what was it? Who is this woman who has stolen the silver fox’s heart? We here at HollywoodLife.com have put together a list of five things you probably didn’t know about Amal in order to answer that question and shed a little light on this mystery woman.
Amal Alamuddin: 5 Things To Know About George Clooney’s Future Wife
1. She Is An Accomplished Linguist:
Amal can speak three languages fluently! She can speak French, Arabic, and of course English. This is probably a huge benefit to their relationship and George’s career as he is always doing work overseas..
2. Amal Is A Power Lawyer With Some Pretty Powerful Clients:
She’s been named to several United Nations commissions. She’s listed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as a client and acts as an advisor to U.N. Security General Kofi Annan on relations in Syria. We would just like to say that that’s pretty bad a**!
3. The Future Mrs. Clooney Is Just As Brainy As She Is Beautiful:
Amal got her English law degree at world-renowned Oxford University, then continued her education at the NYU School of Law.
4. Amal Has Friends In Supremely High Places:
She spent a semester as a clerk for Sonia Sotomayor who is now a Supreme Court justice! Amal was later named to the litigation department of Sullivan & Cromwell in NYC and practiced both domestic and international law for three years.
5. Amal Has Just So Many Fans:
Before she axed her Twitter page, she amassed nearly 1,800 followers! One of the most notable followers was Ashton Kutcher and Julia Gillard — the former prime minister of Australia!
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of our list, do you feel like you know Amal just a little bit better now? Let us know what’s on your mind.
— Bryant Perkins