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Amal Clooney dazzles in an evening gown as down-to-earth George takes snaps with chefs in Venice

Amal Clooney dazzles in an evening gown as down-to-earth husband George takes snaps with excited chefs in the kitchen after dinner in Venice

They often enjoy some time off their busy schedules at their lavish Lake Como residence.

And Amal, 41, and George Clooney, 58, appeared in great spirits as they treated themselves to a dinner at Italian eatery Da Ivo during their getaway in Venice on Wednesday evening.

Displaying his playful side, the screen star couldn’t contain his delight as he took snaps with a series of excited chefs in the restaurant’s kitchen to end his night.

Beaming: Amal, 41, and George Clooney, 58, appeared in great spirits as they treated themselves to a dinner at Italian eatery Da Ivo during their getaway in Venice on Wednesday

Beaming: Amal, 41, and George Clooney, 58, appeared in great spirits as they treated themselves to a dinner at Italian eatery Da Ivo during their getaway in Venice on Wednesday

Travelling to the restaurant via a water taxi, the barrister looked sensational as she slipped her slender physique into a black evening gown, which featured a flattering sweetheart neckline.

The mother-of-two flashed a hint of her lean legs in the sophisticated number, complete with a quirky dipped hemline. 

Injecting even more glamour into her sophisticated appearance, the British-Lebanese beauty accessorised with a pair of bedazzled hooped earrings.

Down-to-earth: Displaying his playful side, the screen star couldn't contain his delight as he took snaps with a series of excited chefs in the restaurant's kitchen to end his night

Down-to-earth: Displaying his playful side, the screen star couldn’t contain his delight as he took snaps with a series of excited chefs in the restaurant’s kitchen to end his night

Chic: Travelling to the restaurant via a water taxi, the barrister looked sensational as she slipped her slender physique into a black evening gown

Stunning: Her number featured a flattering sweetheart neckline

Chic: Travelling to the restaurant via a water taxi, the barrister looked sensational as she slipped her slender physique into a black evening gown

Nice to see you: Hollywood actor George engaged in a warm embrace with one of his pals during dinner

Nice to see you: Hollywood actor George engaged in a warm embrace with one of his pals during dinner

Suave display: The Out Of Sight star looked typically dapper as he sported a classic black suit

Suave display: The Out Of Sight star looked typically dapper as he sported a classic black suit

 

Dapper: The Argo star teamed his smart two-piece with a complementary white shirt and patent Oxford shoes

Dapper: The Argo star teamed his smart two-piece with a complementary white shirt and patent Oxford shoes

The brunette took hair and beauty inspiration from the 60s as she styled her dark tresses into voluminous waves, and accentuated her beauty with a slick of red lipstick.

Actor George looked typically dapper as he sported a classic black suit, teamed with a complementary white shirt and patent Oxford shoes.

The couple, who tied the knot in September 2014, enjoyed a night of parenting duties with their adorable twins Alexander and Ella, 24 months.

It was recently reported that George was left panicked after a plumbing disaster left the pool at this £26 million Italian mansion ice-cold ahead of Barack Obama‘s visit over the weekend. 

The Hollywood couple were awaiting the arrival of the former President of the United States and the former First Lady when they came to the shock realisation that the pool at their Lake Como residence was half full and freezing.  

Eager to impress their high-profile pals during their summer European getaway, George asked his bodyguard Giovanni to call the local plumber Dante Pennè – who later detailed the pandemonium he was met with when he visited the property. 

Dante was roped in at the last minute to fix the problem at hand before the Obamas made their arrival. 

Speaking to Corriere Della Sera newspaper of his encounter with the screen star, Pennè explained: ‘What a race, I arrive and they are all upset. Giovanni says to me “hurry up, hurry up!”

Unaware at the time as to who the Clooneys were expecting, the plumber admitted he quipped back: ‘Let me work, otherwise I won’t be able to fix it.’

Dante’s talents were put to good use and within a few minutes he was able to sort and drain the thermometer. 

In the work department, George recently released his dark comedy miniseries Catch 22, based on the novel of the same name by Joseph Heller. 

Daily Mail UK

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