George and Amal enjoyed a beautiful date night while vacationing in Italy over the weekend.
Nothing but smiles over here! George and Amal Clooney enjoyed a romantic dinner date at Il Gatto Nero, in Lake Como, Italy while vacationing at their second family home in Villa Oleandra, on Sunday, July 4.
Now that travel is possible again, given current vaccine availability and the drop of Covid cases, the Clooneys were clearly thrilled to jet off with the family and celebrate the Fourth of July at their second home in Lake Como, Italy. George Clooney, 60, initially purchased Villa Oleandra in 2002 as a vacation home, but since marriage, and the birth of their twins, Ella, 4, and Alexander,4, the lakeside mansion has become quite the “home away from home” for the Clooneys!
The top international lawyer, 43, and the actor, 60, have been married since 2014 and appear to be stronger than ever. The pair have been keeping their relationship thriving after all of these years, and we recently learned why. “Even in lockdown [during the coronavirus pandemic], I’ll write a letter and slip it on her desk, or she’ll write a letter and leave it under the pillow; I’m a big believer in letters,” George said of the classic love letters he and Amal write one another in an interview with AARP. “If it were a text, it would feel different,” George went on. “Maybe that’s a generational thing, and maybe it won’t be that way 20 years from now, but for me, somebody sat down and wrote it.”
During their family vacation to Villa Oleandra, Amal and George enjoyed a romantic dinner at Il Gatto Nero. Amal was radiant as always. Wearing a glossy midnight blue dress with spaghetti straps, she had the perfect arm candy – her husband, George Clooney. To accompany her glam look, Amal wore her hair down with a deep side part with loose curls. Her make-up was simple, yet perfect! Natural to light blush with a rosy lip. Linked arm in arm, George, 60, opted for a black tux and showcased his perfectly trimmed silver beard for the occasion.
Impeccable date nights aren’t the only thing that keeps this romance alive. It’s about having a light-hearted sense of humor, a trait that George has passed along to the twins!