George Clooney, 53, Ties the Knot with Amal Alamuddin, 36, in Romantic Venice Wedding

George Clooney with Amal AlamuddinHollywood’s hottest celebrity sugar daddy is offi­cially off the mar­ket. George Clooney, 53, finally tied the knot with Amal Ala­mud­din, the 36-year-old London-based bar­ris­ter who stole the bachelor’s heart in 2013. The celebrity couple’s wed­ding was held on Sep­tem­ber 27 in Venice in front of about 100 close friends and fam­ily. All eyes were on Amal Ala­mud­din in her custom-designed lace Oscar de la Renta gown.

Although the celebrity cou­ple tried to keep the news of their engage­ment dis­creet, it was only a mat­ter of time before word got out that George Clooney was finally ready to set­tle down. And peo­ple were stunned, espe­cially since the celebrity sugar daddy once said that he never thought about mar­riage. It turns out that all it took to change his mind was a young, beau­ti­ful, and smart woman like Amal Alamuddin.

Accord­ing to Alamuddin’s close friend, Jae Kim, every­one was wor­ried at first about George Clooney’s rep­u­ta­tion of being a sugar daddy who couldn’t com­mit. “I have to admit, that caused some moth­erly panic. Is she going to get hurt? He isn’t exactly Mr. Com­mit­ment, I thought,” Kim told guests in her speech at the celebrity couple’s wed­ding, adding that those fears quickly dis­ap­peared. “You could see in the way he held him­self, treated her and oth­ers, and enjoyed life that his heart was big and he loved her with all of it.”

Chester­son, L., et al., “Here comes the bride! Wed­ding shots of George Clooney and wife Amal Ala­mud­din unveiled on cover of Aus­tralian Woman’s Day mag­a­zine,” Daily Mail web site, Octo­ber 1, 2014;
Leonard, E., “Amal Ala­mud­din ‘Was Look­ing for Mr. Per­fect’ When She Met George Clooney, Bride’s Friend Shares at Wed­ding,” Peo­ple web site, Octo­ber 1, 2014;
Photo Credit: Chinel­latoPhoto /

  • Mirae

    Sorry, but he looks like her father. He really hasn’t aged well, like his father. But Amal is kind of like a scare­crow her­self, so maybe it doesn’t mat­ter. Another mar­riage made in “Hollywood.”

  • Mirae

    I am so sick of bored lit­tle house peo­ple com­ment­ing on the lives of peo­ple they don’t even know! Mirae seems to be a fix­ture on these posts and I’m guess­ing that this site is so obso­lete that Mirae is an employee.

  • Mirae

    Mirae…why are you say­ing that?