Are George & Amal Clooney hosting a ‘second wedding’ party this weekend?

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For the past week, George Clooney has been separated from his bride by thousands of miles. He was in Canada working on reshoots for Tomorrowland and then he was photographed in LA, wearing a tequila t-shit and visiting a chiropractor. Of course, Amal and George Clooney are adults with competing careers and schedules, so it’s not a code-red emergency that they’ve been apart for more than a week during the first month of their marriage. I tend to think this was the arrangement all along – Amal makes George look more serious and he gives her a bigger international profile. As it turns out, George might be headed back to England this weekend though. UK gossips claim that George and Amal are going to host a “second wedding celebration” in Buckinghamshire.

They had one of the most lavish weddings of the year but the Clooneys are set to have one more party to celebrate their marriage. And it may well be this weekend at the Danesfield House Hotel & Spa in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, as it has reportedly being exclusively booked by Amal’s parents this weekend.

A big white marquee has been erected near the house set in 65 acres of private land, just six miles away from the Grade II listed building George and his lawyer wife have allegedly bought as their new home. The marital home is believed to be Aberlash House, a 17th-century estate that was listed on Sotheby’s International Realty in June last year for £7.5 million according to the Wall Street Journal.

Before the couple tied the knot in Venice last month, MailOnline learned that the couple were planning a party to celebrate their nuptials at Danesfield House, near where Amal grew up. The source said the couple were holding the huge bash at the end of October for family and friends, including those who were not at the London civil ceremony or the lavish Italian bash.

Danesfield House boasts an exclusive Hotel hire package which gives entire access to the luxury guest rooms, ideal for social celebrations of up to 200 guests. The manicured gardens overlook the River Thames and it’s located just 40 minutes from West London. MailOnline contacted Danesfield House for confirmation about the party but were told ‘they are unable to discuss the event this weekend.’

George is currently in Malibu, and was seen on Wednesday stepping out in a T-shirt emblazoned with the logo for his Tequila company while out in Malibu.

[From The Daily Mail]

The Express says that George and Amal will be hosting about 90 people at the Danesfield House and that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were invited. HMMMM. A source describes the second wedding celebration as “the worst kept secret in Marlow.” I wonder if the paparazzi will camp out around the venue and we’ll get another spectacular series of photo-ops and costume changes. Stay tuned!

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Iconic designer Oscar de la Renta has passed away at the age of 82

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Even though Oscar de la Renta was 82 years old and had a history of cancer, I was still surprised when I read about his passing last night. Oscar was a force of nature and he was still actively designing dresses and gowns up until the last days. The man loved fashion and he lived for making women feel beautiful and glamorous. We most recently spoke of de la Renta’s designs during the Alamooney wedding festivities. Amal Alamuddin allowed Vogue to come to her wedding dress fitting with de la Renta, and he was all over Vogue’s article too. De la Renta is also famous for dressing every FLOTUS since Jackie Kennedy, although I most closely associate his designs with Laura Bush. Hillary Clinton wore a lot of de la Renta eveningwear, but I tend to think Laura Bush’s go-to designer for all things was de la Renta.

Oscar de la Renta, the worldly gentleman designer who shaped the wardrobe of socialites and Hollywood stars for more than four decades, has died. He was 82. De la Renta died at home Monday evening in Connecticut surrounded by family and friends and “more than a few dogs,” according to a handwritten statement signed by two of his company’s executives, Alex Bolen and Eliza Bolen.

“While our hearts are broken by the idea of life without Oscar, he is still very much us. Oscar’s hard work, his intelligence and his love of life are at the heart of our company,” the statement said.

“All that we have done, and all that we will do, is informed by his values and his spirit. Through Oscar’s example we know the way forward. We will make Oscar very proud of us by continuing in an even stronger way the work that Oscar loved so much.”

The late ’60s and early ’70s were a defining moment in U.S. fashion as New York-based designers finally carved a look of their own that was finally taken seriously by Europeans. De la Renta and his peers, including the late Bill Blass, Roy Halston and Geoffrey Beene, defined American style – and their influence is still spotted today.

De la Renta’s specialty was eveningwear, though he also was known for chic daytime suits favored by the women who would gather at the Four Seasons or Le Cirque at lunchtime. His signature looks were voluminous skirts, exquisite embroideries and rich colors.

Most recently, Amal Alamuddin wore a de la Renta-designed wedding dress when she married George Clooney. First lady Laura Bush wore an icy blue gown by de la Renta to the 2005 inaugural ball and Hillary Clinton wore a gold de la Renta in 1997.

On the red carpet at the Academy Awards, Penélope Cruz and Sandra Bullock were among the celebrities to don his feminine and opulent gowns. His clothes even were woven into episodes of Sex and the City with style icon character Carrie Bradshaw dropping his name – and comparing his designs to poetry.

“We will miss Oscar’s generous and warm personality, his charm, and his wonderful talents,” Bush said in a statement. “My daughters and I have many fond memories of visits with Oscar, who designed our favorite clothes, including Jenna’s wedding dress. We will always remember him as the man who made women look and feel beautiful.”

[From People]

You can see more tweets and statements from de la Renta’s celebrity clients and fans here. He will be missed, and you can see his influence on so many of the younger designers too. I wonder if they’re going to do a big memorial for him? Fashion designer memorials are usually amazing – very few people wear black because everyone wants to wear the late designer’s most iconic designs.

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Amal Clooney’s wedding was only a ‘minor interruption’ from her brilliant career

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Here are some additional photos of Amal Clooney in Greece last week, plus I’m adding some blurry, long-distance photos of George Clooney (Mr. Alamuddin) in Vancouver on the 16th, doing some reshoots (or something) for Tomorrowland. I thought they completed principal photography on Tomorrowland months ago, which is why I’m referring to this as a “reshoot.” So, George was in Vancouver last week and Amal was in Greece. I wonder if this is what their marriage is going to be like – Amal will get the benefit of being Mrs. George Clooney and she’ll live in the giant mansion George bought for “them,” but George will be off doing his own thing and she’ll be off doing her own thing. Eh, that wouldn’t be the worst deal, actually. Just as long as we still get red carpet photos and pro-Amal propaganda. Speaking of, here’s a new People Mag story. I’m really sorry, but these propaganda pieces are DELIGHTFUL. They are so blatant. So thirsty.

Amal Clooney gets things done. A little more than two weeks after her Sept. 27 wedding to a certain Oscar-winning actor, she was back to business, matter-of-factly using her brand-new last name. Arriving in Athens on Oct. 13, the jet-setting international attorney was set to meet with Greek prime minister Antonis Samaras in an effort to mediate one of the world’s biggest cultural-property disputes.

While her other half, George Clooney, also returned to work, promoting his upcoming sci-fi adventure Tomorrowland at New York Comic Con on Oct. 9, Amal was tackling a complex legal case involving priceless Greek sculptures dating back more than 2,000 years and a centuries-old fight between Britain and Greece over ownership.

In other words, just another day at the office for the fiercely smart and ambitious newlywed, who coolly navigated princess-level pandemonium when she touched down in Greece.

“She is calm, highly intelligent and extremely dedicated,” a colleague tells PEOPLE. “This case shows she is going to be her own woman. Her career is continuing as it was before this minor interruption.”

[From People]

“THIS MINOR INTERRUPTION”?!?! Please tell me that quote came from a British person. They are always the masters of understatement. I’ve heard Englishmen refer to World War II as a “dust-up.” So, yes, “marrying George Clooney in one of the biggest public displays of the year” is now a “minor interruption.” Because Amal Clooney is just so brilliant, complicated, high-powered and dedicated. It’s a wonder she even bothered to take off work for months to vacation, plan her wedding and marry some Yank actor. Why is THIS the propaganda again?

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George Clooney Back At Work On ‘Tomorrowland’

Semi-Exclusive... Newlywed George Clooney Returns To Work After His HoneymoonAfter what I’m sure was a magical wedding in Venice and a low-key “staycation” for his honeymoon with new wife Amal, George Clooney is back at work. Here he is on the set of ‘Tomorrowland’ in Vancouver. RELATED: Here’s our first look at ‘Tomorrowland.’

I’m surprised to see George filming ‘Tomorrowland’ simply because I thought it was already done! A teaser trailer was shown at New York Comic Con that left me completely intrigued. It’s scheduled to hit theaters on May 22, 2015, so they better get a move on- LOL. Perhaps these are some reshoots. Here’s the plot, per IMDb:

Bound by a shared destiny, a teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor embark on a mission to unearth the secrets of a place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory.

Between that and the teaser trailer, I think this is going to be amazing.

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People Mag’s latest Amal Clooney propaganda piece is spectacular, blatant

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Amal Clooney is back in London after her whirlwind trip to Greece earlier this week. You can see the photos of her in London here. Her travel-wear has greatly improved, right? I think she’s basing her newlywed look on one part Duchess Kate and one part Jackie Kennedy. Anyway, there are even more Amal stories, if you can believe it, so let’s get to it.

First of all, Amal was just named the “Most Influential Woman In London” by The Evening Standard, a reasonably conservative UK paper. Amal actually made #4 on the Most Influential list, but she’s the highest ranking woman, thus “most influential woman.” She’s more influential than Victoria Beckham AND Duchess Kate. Kate didn’t even make the list!

Next, a days-old story that I just never got around to writing about, but it is sort of interesting. Apparently, Amal got her new husband a very special wedding gift: expensive Murano cocktail glasses from Venice. George Clooney (Mr. Alamuddin, if you will) admired the Murano glasses that were used during their wedding celebrations, so Amal ordered him a set of 12 at a cost of $100 each. She also bought him a matching set of 12 silk napkins and napkin holders. Because what self-respecting heterosexual man doesn’t want napkin holders, amirite? Admit it, girl. You bought the napkin holders as a gift for yourself. You so fancy, Amal.

And finally, we have this absolutely spectacular piece of pro-Alamooney propaganda courtesy of People Magazine:

Amal Clooney is many things: a high-powered attorney, a budding fashion icon and George’s wife. But beyond the formidable intellect, impressive career and killer style, she is known among her inner circle for her warmth and wit.

“She has a devastating sense of humor,” a close family member tells PEOPLE in this week’s issue.

The younger daughter of Ramzi Alamuddin, a retired businessman, and Baria, an editor at Arabic-language newspaper Al-Hayat, she is also a loving aunt to her sister Tala’s children, including niece Mia, 12, and 6-year-old twin nephews Jad and Sari.

“She’s a doting, pampering aunt,” says the family member. “She has a loving heart.”

When it comes to her career, however, she is anything but soft.

“She’s supremely self-confident,” says William Schabas, a law professor at Middlesex University in London, who knows Amal professionally.

While she incites media mania in Greece, where she has been working on a case involving one of the world’s longest-standing cultural property disputes, those who know her say she will harness the spotlight to focus on issues that matter to her. The case, which centers on a collection of Greek masterpieces known as the Elgin Marbles or the Parthenon Marbles, “is very difficult and shows that she is not shying away from controversy,” a legal source says.

Adds a colleague: “She is picking up where the honeymoon temporarily left off. She is back with a vengeance.”

[From People]

Wow. What a blatant attempt to humanize Amal Clooney. Now that People Magazine’s readers (the Minivan Majority) know that she’s a top barrister with great hair AND she’s funny AND she’s a loving aunt, maybe now people will feel better about this hussy who stole America’s Bachelor ™? As for this whole “she doesn’t shy away from controversy” thing… um, I have mixed feelings. While the marble debate is a hot topic in Amal’s hometown (London), it’s a pretty artsy-fartsy #firstworldcontroversy. If she was really into controversy, she should have taken that UN job investigating war crimes between the Palestinians and Israelis. THAT would have been a hotbed of actual controversy. #NoDisrespectToTheNapkinHolders

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Amal Clooney wears white Chanel, speaks about her husband & the marbles

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Here are some photos of Amal Clooney (The Artist Formerly Known as Amal Alamuddin) in Athens, Greece yesterday. Do you like the white suit? It’s Chanel. I disliked it when I first glanced through these photos, but after seeing it in motion and in different lighting, I like it more. She wears designer clothing very well. It doesn’t seem like “Look at me, I’m wearing Chanel!” It’s more like “I’m Amal Clooney and I’m awesome, and I happen to be wearing Chanel.” Amal visited the Acropolis Museum and she and her legal partners did a press conference. There’s video of her and her entourage – the press attention on her is really, really crazy. There’s some Duchess Kate-esque stuff happening here too. Hair-touching, buttons, a subtle eye-roll.

And if you’d like to hear more of her voice, here you go:

Okay, I love her voice. So posh! And now I’m kind of obsessed with her eyebrows. Do you think she gets them professionally shaped? And did she travel to Greece with a hairstylist?! Did Karl Lagerfeld make that suit for her? So many frivolous questions, I know. But don’t you want to know?

As for what she actually says, she once again drives home the point that the British Museum needs to return the marbles. Someone also asked her about George Clooney’s position on the marbles (he discussed the issue back in February). Amal said: “I would just hope that, even at this very early stage in marriage, I am wise enough to know that it’s up to my husband to choose which cause he wants to support or not.” So George isn’t hen-pecked. Yet. But when is she going to Duggar this bitch and get knocked up?

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Amal Alamuddin changes her name to Amal Clooney, flies to Greece for work

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Amal Alamuddin has officially changed her name. I guess. Apparently, her law firm now has her listed as “Amal Clooney.” Whoa. I thought that if there was a name change, it would be hyphenated, like Amal Alamuddin-Clooney. Or they could just bite the bullet and both change their names to Alamooney (which would be amazing). Branding is everything and you have to show loyalty to your brand. That’s why so many people still refer to Duchess Kate as “Kate Middleton” and why I’ll always think of Amal as Amal Alamuddin. I learned how to spell her last name and everything!

Anyway, Amal Clooney (ugh!) has officially gone back to work. The honeymoon is over. First George flew to New York for Comic-Con and now Amal is in Greece, trying to help them get the Parthenon Marbles/Elgin Marbles back from the British Museum.

As she gets back to work, Amal Alamuddin has a big new case – and a new name, too. Listed as “Amal Clooney” on the website for her London-based firm, Doughty Street Chambers, the new wife of George Clooney arrived in Athens, Greece, on Monday to meet with Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and various culture officials throughout the week.

Her agenda: discussing Greece’s long-running, ill-fated bid to win back a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures variously known as the Parthenon Marbles or the Elgin Marbles from the British Museum in London. The move comes amid mounting pressure on the British Museum to return the marble masterpieces lining the walls of its Duveen Gallery since British diplomat Thomas Bruce, the 7th Earl of Elgin, removed them from the Acropolis more than 200 years ago. Earlier this month and after repeated pleas, UNESCO, the United Nations’ culture organization, called on the British government to enter mediation talks with Greece to settle one of the world’s biggest cultural property disputes.

Clooney, 36, will advise the Greek government on its “legal options,” government officials said. She will be accompanied by a delegation of Doughty Street Chambers barristers led by Geoffrey Robertson, the human rights lawyer who successfully argued for the return of Tasmanian Aboriginal artifacts from Britain’s Natural History Museum. Both were part of a legal team the Greek government approached four years ago in an initial consultation.

“Options,” says Vassilis Tavonis, a senior culture ministry advisor handling the Parthenon Marbles dispute in Athens, “is the operative word dominating this week’s meetings.”

So is “hysteria,” a Greek word gripping the country and international media as Clooney descends on the Greek capital. She isn’t expected to begin talks until Tuesday, but television crews already have been staked out around the airport for hours, with details of her visit dominating the news.

“The media frenzy and uproar alone will be beneficial [for Greece],” says a senior government official, speaking on condition of anonymity because of his proximity to the talks. “It will recast international attention on the case [of the Parthenon Marbles] and the injustice that has been done.”

It’s unclear whether Athens will hire Amal Clooney and her London-based firm for the mediation talks. By some accounts, cash-strapped Greece was unable to pay the legal team’s consultation fee four years ago, at the height of the country’s fiscal crisis. Now, though, Clooney is returning with one strict request: that the government in Athens stick to business alone, refraining from offering her – or her husband – even a token wedding gift.

[From People]

Hm. I wonder where George is now? Did he fly back to London to see Amal off? Did he return home to LA? Will he join Amal in Greece? I need to know! Oh, and considering how we’re all new to this name change, can we not refer to Amal as no-first-name “Clooney” just yet? For decades now, whenever People Mag wrote about a “Clooney,” it was George. This is going to take some getting used to.

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Amal Clooney gets pap’d in Greece looking blowout-perfect: stunning?

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Here are some new photos of Amal Clooney (UGH!!) in Greece today. She’s apparently only going to be in Greece for three days, and I’m sort of wondering if Amal is going to get pap’d the entire time. These aren’t really “street style” photos, thank God. I’ve always said: I like Amal’s work clothes. She has great taste in suits and professional work-wear. The problem comes when she’s left to her own devices on her “down days.” Then it’s belly shirts and floral jeans and ugly shoes. I like her dress here and she’s doing that cute newly-married thing where she’s wearing a lot of white.

As we just discussed in the previous post, Amal is officially back to work after taking off a lot of time this year for her multiple vacations with George Clooney, plus planning her wedding and all of that. During the engagement period, Amal was offered a UN job (monitoring and reporting on causalities in Gaza), but she refused, claiming that she had too much work to do. But by most accounts, her new position as advisor to the Greek government on the Parthenon Marbles is very, very recent. Like, she was just hired for this position in the last few weeks. The Telegraph and The Guardian both have extensive coverage of the issues involved with the Marbles and such. It seems to me that Amal was specifically hired not just for her legal expertise, but because she’s now Amal Clooney and the press will follow her everywhere, and Greece is actively courting the press and public opinion.

PS… Did she get a blowout this morning or does her hair just look like that normally?!!?

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Blake Lively reveals more baby bump photos on Preserve: adorable?

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Blake Lively’s pregnancy rollout has been pretty good. Let’s be honest: if and when Amal Alamuddin gets pregnant, we will be inundated with story after story about her bump and George Clooney as a father and all of that. Compared to how wall-to-wall it could be, Blake looks almost circumspect. She announced her pregnancy on her newly launched Preserve site. She stepped out with Ryan Reynolds for one coupled-up, bumpy and EXCLUSIVE photo-op (Us Weekly bought the photos).

And now Blake is still controlling the story by releasing more photos of her bump on Preserve. I’m including some of the Preserve pics in this post, and you can see more here. The theme of the Preserve pictorial was, like, an autumnal celebration of motherhood, children and pregnancy. There were cakes and scarves and beautiful ginger children involved. Here’s what Blake wrote:

With a new baby on the way there is so much to do! But before experiencing the joy of 3am screams, seemingly impossible amounts of poop and having a favorite shirt covered in reflux… there are presents to open, onesies to dye, there is cake to serve, advice to be shared and all around celebration to be had.

And that we did…

[From Preserve]

“Reflux”? Do moms really refer to baby vomit as “reflux”? And “onesies to dye”??? Judgy mothers, commence! Honestly, though, I bet some of the judgy mothers were already side-eyeing the cake. Blake should be eating only veggies and lean protein during her pregnancy! She already hates her baby because she’s eating cake!! Obviously.

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George Clooney First Look At ‘Tomorrowland’ (Hot New Trailer)

tomorrowland teaser trailer 2Yesterday George Clooney made his first public appearance as a newlywed: he was a surprise guest at the ‘Tomorrowland’ panel at New York Comic Con. Deadline probably describes ‘Tomorrowland’ most accurately as Disney’s “mystery movie.” Very little is known about the storyline. This teaser trailer is our first look at it. RELATED: So where did George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin spend their honeymoon?

Of course George was as charming as ever on the panel.

It’s not lost on me that I’m spending my honeymoon at Comic-Con. My wife was as confused about what Comic-Con was as you are.
“Since my Batman I’d been disinvited from Comic-Con for about 15 years — sorry about the nipples on the suit.”

All’s forgiven, George- LOL. In ‘Tomorrowland’ he plays an inventor who teams up with a teenage genius. The two try to learn about a place that exists somewhere in time and space within their collective memory. Looking at the teaser trailer, it looks like it’s made for IMAX. Check it out.

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