Newly married Hollywood sexy man George Clooney made news in Venice on Sunday as media reported he and his Lebanese-born wife were planning a second ceremony in Italy’s floating city. Amal is successful lawyer, who graduated from Oxford and NYU.
The two left the Aman on a wooden speedboat appropriately called Amore on Sunday afternoon, headed for the famed Cipriani hotel, where they were expected to have a late lunch.
Clooney, 53, wearing a light grey suit, and the 36-year-old Amal, wearing a short, white flower-patterned dress with lace around the shoulders.
Speculation about more celebrations to come spread after the local government said it would close a number of streets around Venice’s 14th-century Ca’ Farsetti town hall on Monday.
“George and Amal: the first ‘I do’ is fiction, tomorrow the [real] wedding at Ca’ Farsetti,” said local paper Il Gazzettino following Saturday’s star-studded dinner at which the pair were reported to have said informal wedding vows.
While the Clooney camp has been tight-lipped, local and national media reported that Monday’s ceremony would be officiated by Rome’s former mayor Walter Veltroni, who is a film buff and friend of Clooney’s.
Clooney, a two-time Oscar winner, was the talk of the town after welcoming A-list guests including actors Matt Damon and Bill Murray, model Cindy Crawford and singer Bono to a drinks reception and gala dinner on Saturday night.