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  • 20 Exclusive Pics Of George And Amal Clooney's Life In Italy

    George Clooney was ever the bachelor with a ginormous villa by Lake Como, but little did he know when he bought it in 2002 that 11 years later he would meet the woman of his dreams in his own home. There is no wonder that the couple has fallen in love with Italy, not only did they have their A-list wedding here, George has also said that the Italians have their priorities right and enjoy food and their personal life - something that he has absorbed to his own way of life. The Clooney's most likely live a very Italian life and thoroughly enjoy the Italian way of life.

    Being a superstar couple with busy careers it’s probably important for the couple to have a place to wind down and celebrating life together. They are oftentimes spotted having friends and family together enjoying all the quintessential things Italy has to offer family - food - culture and fashion.

    The workaholic couple are spending their summers in Italy, and for the rest of the year mostly spend their time in the United Kingdom, but they are not just sitting put in their gorgeous villa, no they are out exploring all that Italy has to offer privately and though work. Whether it’s a day trip to nearby towns, visiting Milan and Rome or vacationing on Sardinia, the Clooney's make the most of their Italian stays and continuously exploring all that Italy has to offer.

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    Their Italian Getaway
    via: myLusciousLife.com

    George and Amal's gorgeous Italian home is the eighteen-century Villa Oleandra, in Lagilo Lake Como. George fell in love with the villa and consequentially bought this in 2002 (and the neighboring house in 2004) before even meeting Amal to spend his time during the summers. And no wonder why, the stunning architecture, the luxurious setting, lush botanical gardens and gorgeous views over the lake and alps. The couple is now enjoying family time with their small children and its safe to say that there is plenty of space in the historical villa for toddlers to run around and for the parents to wind down.

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    Lake Como
    via: tui.co.uk/

    Lake Como is the third-largest lake situated in the northern parts of Italy and is known worldwide and have been for hundreds of years for its beauty. As a tourist destination, Lake Como is popular for its landscapes, wildlife, spas, and different activity such as sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. Besides being a tourist attraction it’s also the home of many famous people and have been a popular spot since the Roman times. The lake’s beauty has also made it a cultural landmark and is the setting of many books and movies such as James Bond : Casino Royale, Miss Julie and Oceans Twelve.

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    Close to Home - UK
    via: hollywoodlife.com/

    Since 2014 Amal and George Clooney have lived in their home in Sonning-on-Thames, Berkshire, England. Their home is set on four acres of land and allow the high-profile couple plenty of privacy while still being close and accessible to London. Far away from the Hollywood lifestyle many would suspect the married couple would live, the small village is the hub for Amal and Georges incredible careers and the home for their twins Ella and Alexander. Since they live so close to their summer house its safe to say that they have made the ultimate work-family balance.

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    Wedding
    via: quintessentiallyweddings.com

    In 2014 the entire Hollywood elite flew to Venice Italy to celebrate the fairytale wedding of the ever bachelor George Clooney to the human rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin. The two got married in the palazzo Ca’Farsetti and truly enjoyed a beautiful Venetian wedding. The traffic of the city was blocked so that the bride and groom and their guests (such as Anna Wintour and Matt Damon) could enjoy their ceremony and the ride of the Grand Canal. Amal wore a gorgeous dress by Oscar de la Renta and George looked dapper in an Armani suit and it was truly the wedding of the year.

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    Dinner Dates - with Friends
    via: dailymail.co.uk

    Who wouldn’t want to be the Clooney’s guest at their gorgeous Lake Como villa and the couples A-list friends are not an exception. Often Amal and George are pictured hosting their various friends and family in their Lake Como home or they are pictured enjoying a night out. Guests such as Stella McCartney, Jennifer Aniston and Matt Damon are included in this prestigious list. No doubt that the Clooney’s are the perfect hosts, with their two gorgeous and luxurious villas and a wide range of restaurants and bars all over Lake Como, it’s the perfect place to entertain friends and family when they are coming to visit.

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    Family Life
    via: perezhilton.com

    George and Amal are the parents of one year old twins Ella and Alexander, becoming parents later in life has proven to be a happy adjustment for the pair that is managing to juggle a happy family life with two very successful careers. The parents are understandably very protective of their children's safety and when they were newborn paparazzi truly invaded the family’s privacy and by illegally snapping pictures of the twins at their home in Lake Como. When George released a statement he made it absolutely clear that he was not taking things lightly and said ”Make no mistake the photographers, the agency and the magazine will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The safety of our children demands it.”

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    Enjoy the simple life in Italy - Driving a vespa
    via: HabariCloud.com

    When the Clooney’s are staying in Italy they often leave their luxury cars at home and are frequently seen driving a vespa, both together or it's George by himself. It’s the most quintessential Italian way to get around and is a way for the couple to (almost) drive around incognito. But as the picture shows they always play it safe by wearing helmets. In fact, summer of 2018 George was in a serious accident where a car drove into his motorcycle and he flew off the bike and hit the windshield. His life was pretty much saved all thanks to him being clever and wearing a helmet, he could leave the hospital and was seen boarding a plane after a few weeks.

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    Celebrity Galas
    via: miami.cbslocal.com

    As one of the most famous couples in the world the A-listers are frequently invited to glitzy galas all over the world and Italy is no exception. They were first seen after having their twins at a gala in Venice. The pair is also often seen at Georges different job-functions but in 2018 Amal was chosen to co-host the prestigious MET-gala in New York together with VOGUE editor in chief Anna Wintour. Mrs Clooney's red carpet style is known world-wide and she’s always standing proudly next to her husband supporting him in his work.

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    Enjoying the Italian Cuisine
    via: elle.com

    Living part-time in Italy would make any foodie drool with happiness. The Italian kitchen is internationally famous for its delicious cuisine. The Clooney’s are frequent restaurant goers and love to dig in to delicious dishes. The area surrounding Lake Como there are farms that produce the most extraordinary honeys, cheeses, milk, meat and wine and it’s safe to say that if you love food this is the place to visit (and live). Whether you’re in the mood for a pizza, a creamy pasta dish or a perfect glass of red - we can assure you that with the breathtaking views of Lake Como - it’ll taste even better.

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    Part of the JetSet
    via. harpersbazaar.com

    George and Amal Clooney are not only Hollywood royalty, they are actually friends with actual royals. As guests and rubbing shoulders with the Queen at the wedding of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry they once more imprinted their status as part of the Jet-Set in the world. At their own wedding they had guests from all over the world such as Bono, Cindy Crawford, Anna Wintour and Barack Obama. The Clooney’s manage to balance two very successful careers and keeping in touch with influential friends from all over the world, who wouldn’t want to be a fly on the wall at their dinner parties?

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    George's Work - Hulu Catch-22 series
    via: healthylivingandtravel.com

    As part of his successful career George Clooney has acted in a bunch of famous movies, such as the Ocean franchise and Syriana. He is currently (as of 2018) in Sardinia to produce (and act in) a new Hulu miniseries called Catch-22. It seems to be a recurring theme for Mr Clooney, to work in his beloved Italy since one of the Oceans movies were filmed here as well. What we can assume is perfect for the Clooney's, is that the whole family can be gathered in Italy together and swish up to their Lake Como home when not filming.

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    Amal's Career
    via: CNN.com

    Amal Clooney had a very successful career before ever meeting George, as a human rights lawyer. Mrs Clooney is qualified to work in the United States and the United Kingdom and has also worked in the international courts in The Hague. Her Resume is more than impressive, for example she has been an advisor to Special Envoy Kofi Annan on Syria, her list of clients include Julian Assange (founder of WikiLeaks) and adviser to the King of Bahrain. Mrs Clooney has worked on many high profile cases and teaches Human Rights at Colombia University. This is a real boss lady in it’s right definition.

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    Italian Fashion
    via: purebreak.com

    One of many things that Amal and George Clooney are famous for are their fashion sense and living part time in Italy there is no wonder that both of them have taken Italian fashion and fashion designers to their heart. Amal is oftentimes spotted wearing Dolce & Gabbana, Giambattista Valli and Versace her style is demure, classic chic and fashion forward. George is also he very classically dapper clad he often choose Giorgio Armani tuxedos to wear at different red carpet events and even chose to do so at their wedding. An old-school Hollywood stylish couple does really feel like a fresh breeze in the ever scantily clad gang of A-listers.

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    Sardinia
    via: sardinianbeaches.com

    Sardinia is one of the Clooney family’s many favorite spots to visit in Italy when they aren’t in the vicinity of their home at Lake Como. The Island of Sardinia is situated west of Italy in the Mediterranean Sea. The Clooney’s seem to favor the city of Porto San Paolo, but the whole island is a must-go and has been a huge tourist attraction since the 1950s. Whether you’re looking for beautiful beaches, experience parts of the Italian history that sometimes is overshadowed by Rome and Venice or just simply want a picturesque vacation Sardinia has everything to offer.

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    Date Nights
    via: travelandleisure.com

    Mr & Mrs Clooney are often pictured leaving restaurants around Lake Como, hand in hand they look as in love as they did on their wedding day. It is safe to say that Italy will always have a special place in their heart, not only is it the country that they married, it’s actually the country they met. In 2013 Amal was invited by mutual friends to visit Georges magnificent villa in Lake Como, his friend said that this is the woman George is going to marry. Well, the friend was indeed right, they met and well the rest is Hollywood history. Married in 2014, parents to twins and still enjoying their Lake Como villa.

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    Meeting with the Pope
    via: catholicnewsagency.com

    The Clooney's are truly rubbing shoulders with the worlds-elite, and not only as guests at the Royal Wedding. They were in 2016 invited, amongst other celebrities, to be honored at a conference held by Pope Francis. The Pope wanted to acknowledge the celebrities in their help with making the world a better place. He reminded the celebrities of their responsibility to ”help the world recover the language of gestures”. The organization that held the conference is a Vatican education initiative to help poor communities. Clooney together with Salma Hayek and Richard Gere were also presented the ”Olive Medal”.

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    Rome
    via: CNN

    You can't love Italy, and not love Rome and the Clooney’s are not different. Spotted around in the romantic and historical city Mr and Mrs Clooney are sure to take in all the beautiful sites, fashion and restaurants. Rome is probably one of the most famous cities in the world and is the setting of many movies such as Roman Holiday with Audrey Hepburn. There is no doubt that you haven’t heard of the Colosseum and Fontana di Trevi and visitors to Rome are spoilt with options of historical sites to visit and experience.

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    Cernobbio, Italy
    via: lhw.com

    One of the Clooney’s favorite spots around Lake Como is the city of Cernobbio. They have been pictured here leaving various restaurants and its clear to see why they have fallen in love with the gorgeous town. Home to gorgeous villas, delicious restaurants all with the most stunning views over the lake and the dramatic hills surrounding it. One of the most famous hotels situated just at the water front is Villa d’Este (pictured) a Renaissance former private villa turned luxury hotel. If you prefer you can take the ferry or rent a boat to travel from the different cities around Lake Como so you can find your favorite, just like the Clooney’s.

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    A Family Affair
    via: glamour.com

    If there is one thing that is important for Amal and George is family, both prior and after their wedding their separate families have always played a great part in their lives. Now, with their ever busy schedules the grand-parents of their twins often step in to help with the children. The couple are often seen hosting dinners at various restaurants around Italy for parts or the entirety of their families. Amal has three siblings and George has one and it’s safe to say the couple wants to keep their family close and tight knit no matter their superstar status.

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    Milan
    via: thebigbus.com.au

    Milan is one of many Italian cities that the Clooney’s have been spotted enjoying, whether if it’s to shop at the fabulous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, which is Italy's oldest shopping mall or hosting family dinners at a fancy restaurant The Clooney’s as well as you have all the options you could ever wish for. As the second largest city in Italy and the fashion capital of the country Milan has incredible shopping possibilities, it is also home to some of the wolds most famous and important pieces of architecture and art - Duomo, the cathedral of Milan and ”the Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci and the famous Opera house ”la Scala” to name a few.

    References: wevillas.comjustjared.comcatholicnewsagency.com

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