AMAL CLOONEY SHOWS OFF BABY BUMP IN ELEGANT RED DRESS ON WEDNESDAY AS SHE ARRIVES AT CHATHAM HOUSE I
Amal announced she was expecting twins with her husband George Clooney back in February.
While Amal is spotted as she arrived at Chatham House in London to give a speech on war crimes in Syria and Iraq in London, her husband, George Clooney, has been at CinemaCon in Las Vegas, promoting the trailer for his latest directorial project, Suburbicon.
George Clooney in an interview with ET said: "I don't know how you fully digest [having two], but I'm excited," he gushed. "It will be fun."
"My wife says I can't name them Casa and Amigos. That's the one thing I'm not allowed to do," he added, jokingly confessing that he considered naming the twins after his tequila company, Casamigos. "It was just a thought.
I mean, you know, it's a family business."
She looked radiant as she arrived at Chatham House in London on Wednesday to give a speech on war crimes in Syria and Iraq.
The Human Rights lawyer, 39, opted for an elegant red shift dress and camel coat as she embarked on another busy working day.
Amal boosted her height with stylish tan mules which complemented her crocodile skin tote bag - making for a highly sophisticated look over all
Baria's glamorous cornflower blue ensemble comprised of a textured jacket with a round neck, paired with matching tapered cigarette pants
Amal pictured after work as she headed out with her mother Baria Alamuddin for a relaxed dinner in the capital
Amal and her mum made their way home after a delightful evening of fun Scroll down and watch the video