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Amal Clooney and Her Mom Steal the Show at George Clooney's 'Catch 22' UK Premiere

ETOnline logo ETOnline 15/05/2019 Liz Calvario‍
Amal Clooney, George Clooney posing for the camera © Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

George Clooney's most recent Catch 22 premiere was a family affair.

The 58-year-old actor attended the London premiere of his new series on Wednesday with his stunning wife, Amal Clooney, as well as his mother-in-law, Baria Alamuddin. The human rights lawyer and her mother turned heads on the red carpet with their impeccable style.


Amal wowed in a black with silver sequins strapless dress, which she paired with dangling earrings and black heels and clutch. Alamuddin was sophisticated in a seafoam green three-piece ensembles and stunning silver-and-emerald necklace and earrings. Meanwhile, George looked dapper in all black.

Amal Clooney, George Clooney posing for a photo: Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images © Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images

On Monday, Amal and George were once again couple goals, looking fabulous at the Catch 22 Rome premiere.

The two have been making glamorous appearances at varies events over the last couple of weeks while promoting George's new project, which he stars and executive produces.

ET caught up with George earlier this month in Hollywood, where the father of two gushed about his "brilliant, beautiful wife."

Amal Clooney, George Clooney are posing for a picture: Karwai Tang/WireImage © Karwai Tang/WireImage Karwai Tang/WireImage While the Oscar winner plays a gruff, raging lieutenant general in his new Hulu series, the actor said that, in his real life, he really never gets angry at all.

"I'm not mad at anything. I got a brilliant, beautiful wife, I got two knuckleheads for kids, life's great," he said.

Gallery: London Calling! Amal Clooney Sparkles on the Red Carpet (US Weekly)

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