Amal Clooney cuts a chic figure in a cream dress and lemon-yellow coat

Amal Clooney cut a chic figure in a cream dress and lemon-yellow coat during an outing in Washington D.C. on Tuesday.

The human rights lawyer, 43, who is married to actor George Clooney, wore a cream midi dress and nude heels as she strolled.

She layered up in a white and yellow striped coat and accessorized with a cream handbag.

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Sighting: Amal Clooney cut a chic figure in a cream dress and lemon-yellow coat during an outing in Washington D.C. on Tuesday

Her brunette tresses were styled in soft waves and she sported a radiant palette of make-up.  

The outing comes after she and George attended a photocall for his film The Tender Bar at the London Film Festival on Sunday. 

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As ever George posed up a storm in a smart black suit, while Amal was a vision in a beautiful strapless white gown adorned with sequins. 

The Tender Bar, which George directed, is a coming of age drama which the story of a Long Island boy named J.R. (Ready Player One’s Tye Sheridan) who seeks out father figures at his uncle Charlie’s (Ben Affleck) bar.

Leggy: The human rights lawyer, 43, who is married to actor George Clooney, wore a cream midi dress and nude heels as she strolled

At work: She layered up in a white and yellow striped coat and accessorized with a cream handbag

His mother (played by Lily Rabe) struggles to provide him with opportunities while they continue to reside with her father (played by Christopher Lloyd), J.R. decides to take hold of his future and pursue romantic and professional dreams. 

Development on The Tender Bar began in 2013 with Hidden Figures director Theodore Melfi set to helm the film, before he exited the project.

 

After several years of difficulties, Amazon Studios acquired the rights to the project in July 2020, with George being confirmed to spearhead the feature in December.

Ben’s role was confirmed in February, with much of the rest of the cast being added then in March.

Ben previously collaborated on the 2012 film Argo, on which George served as a producer.

Principal photography on the upcoming project began earlier this year at various locations in and around Boston.

George’s eighth directorial feature will stream on January 7 on Amazon Prime Video.

The Long Island-set drama will also hit limited US theaters on December 18.

Loved up: The outing comes after the pair attended a photocall for his film The Tender Bar at the London Film Festival on Sunday