George and Amal Clooney were arguably the most show-stopping celebrity pair at Saturday's royal wedding, as the human rights lawyer stunned in a monochromatic Stella McCartney ensemble and the Hollywood actor looked dapper in a gray suit. But the A-list duo didn't just turn heads during the daytime ceremony; they also partied up with the British royals at night.
According to reports from Page Six, George was the life of the party at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's royal wedding reception at Frogmore House. From inside the VIP post-nuptials party, the actor-turned-beverage entrepreneur played bartender and reportedly poured shots of his Casamigos tequila for royal wedding guests.
“Clooney got behind the bar and was making cocktails for everyone,” a reception guest revealed to Page Six. The publication goes on to explain that the Clooney-branded tequila shots were fitting for the royal celebratory occasion, as Jack Brooksbank, the fiancé of Prince Harry’s cousin Princess Eugenie, has been the U.K. brand ambassador of Casamigos for the past two years.
Brooksbank, who will be married into the royal family this coming October, was formerly the manager of London nightclub Mahiki, according to Page Six, and even ran a Mexican-themed bar, Tonteria, which he co-owned with Guy Pelly, a wedding guest a friend to Prince Harry. So, the Britain-based tequila partnership with Clooney's label was written in the stars and apropos as the alcohol of choice for the occasion.
Of Clooney's role as the Frogmore House barkeep, the insider added that it's not the first time the new father-of-two has jumped behind the bar at a party. According to the source, Clooney was an active tequila-pusher at the London launch for Casamigos back in 2015, adding, “George also often gets behind the bar at Café Habana in Malibu.”
When he wasn't serving booze, Clooney also got a chance to dance with both Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton, according to The Sun.
Noted, George Clooney can definitely come to my wedding.
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