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People have a lot of questions about Amal Clooney, including what is her nationality?
The human rights lawyer married Hollywood leading man George Clooney in September 2014 — and since then she has become a worldwide sensation. Fans are curious to learn more about Amal, and we can't blame them!
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Scroll down for a few fascinating facts about George's stunning wife!
Amal is British and Lebanese. She was born in Beirut, Lebanon but she and her family relocated to Buckinghamshire, England to escape the Lebanese Civil War when Amal was two-years-old. She remained in England until she moved to the US to attend the New York University School of Law in 2001.
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She was born on Feb. 3, 1978, and is 39-years-old.
George and Amal. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
George opened up about meeting Amal during a recent interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. "We met in Lake Como, Italy. She was a friend of a friend who came to visit and then I chased her for many months, calling and writing, those kinds of things," he said.
"From the minute we met, we just sort of felt like we were going to be together," he gushed. George was so taken by Amal that he proposed just six months after they began dating.
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"I plotted the whole thing out. I had the ring hidden behind her... Everything was planned out... it was like 25 minutes. Finally I literally said, 'Look, I hope the answer is yes, but I need an answer because I'm 52 and I could throw out my hip pretty soon.' And she said 'Oh, yes,' and it worked out really well," he revealed.
Pregnant Amal showing off her baby bump. (Photo Credit: Getty Images)
Yes! Amal is expecting twins — a boy and a girl — with George. In fact, the lawyer has even had to take a step back from her work as an international law and human rights lawyer in order to protect the babies.
"We decided to be much more responsible, to avoid the danger. Amal will no longer go to Iraq and she will avoid places where she knows she is not welcome," George revealed.
The twins are set to arrive in June 2017. We can't wait to meet them!