- Amal and George Clooney made an appearance at the People's Postcode Lottery Charity Gala in Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Amal wore a chic one-shoulder jumpsuit for the red carpet appearance.
- The Clooneys, who are very involved in humanitarian work, are set to receive an award at the ceremony.
After stopping by Buckingham Palace for a formal dinner earlier this week, the impeccably stylish Amal Clooney lit up the red carpet in Edinburgh, Scotland for the People's Postcode Lottery Charity Gala with husband George today. The renowned human rights attorney wore a navy blue one-shoulder jumpsuit that featured a black textured belt, pleated detailing, and pockets (!). She wore an animal print clutch, spiral diamond earrings, and pumps with the number, and kept her hair down in waves.
Clooney's Oscar-winning husband stayed coordinated with her dark wardrobe choice, opting for a deep navy pinstripe suit and blue shirt.
The Clooneys are attending the gala today to represent their organization, the Clooney Foundation for Justice, and received a special award, the People's Postcode Lottery announced back in December. The couple previously said they're "thrilled" to attend the fête and called it the "perfect setting to highlight the urgent need to protect millions of the world's most vulnerable people from human rights abuses."
The pair's appearance in Scotland arrives just two days after they were in Buckingham Palace for a dinner hosted by Prince Charles, which honored the royal's charity Prince's Trust. They gathered with fellow celebs like Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Luke Evans at the royal residence.
Amal aptly dressed like royalty for the occasion, donning a flowing white vintage dress from Jean-Louis Scherrer by Stephane Rolland's Spring 2007 collection. The number included one dramatic cape sleeve and one metallic beaded sleeve.
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