GEORGE Clooney’s fiancee looked pretty in pink as she took time out from her busy career for a spot of lunch yesterday.
Beautiful Amal Alamuddin has the looks of a supermodel, but is in fact a high-flying human rights lawyer based in London.
The 36-year-old recently dashed the dreams of legions of women worldwide when she accepted a proposal of marriage from the Hollywood heartthrob.
Despite her new-found fame since the engagement announcement, it has been business as usual for Miss Alamuddin at Doughty Street Chambers in central London.
Dressed in a pale pink short-sleeved dress with a detailed bowed belt, the stunning brunette hurried out to meet a friend for lunch.
The short dress highlighted her tanned and slender legs – and her quirky two-tone shoes.
The shoe on her left foot was pink with a purple bow while the right was purple with a pink bow.
Miss Amal completed the look with oversized dark sunglasses and a large tan leather tote bag.
It may not have been an outfit for the courtroom, where trilingual Miss Alamuddin has previously represented Julian Assange, but she looked relaxed as she walked in the sunshine to meet a casually dressed male friend in the West End.
Clooney, 53, reportedly proposed to Beirut-born Miss Alamuddin on one knee after cooking her a meal at his home in California.
The Oscar-winning star of Syriana, who has also had roles in Ocean’s Eleven, Out Of Sight, The Descendants and Gravity then gave her a stunning seven-carat engagement ring he had helped to design.
Rumours are rife about when the Hollywood A-lister will make his fiancee the new Mrs Clooney.
Some have suggested that the wedding is planned for the middle of September, though it is not clear where it will be held.
There has been talk that the couple may tie the knot at Clooney’s property on Lake Como in Italy or at one of his secret hideouts in Mexico.
Then again, they might head for Lebanon, from where Miss Alamuddin’s family hails.
Clooney and his first wife, actress Talia Balsam, divorced in 1993 after being married for four years.