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Amal Clooney Stuns in a Red Jumpsuit by Sergio Hudson at Meghan Markle’s Baby Shower 20.02.2019

Amal Clooney arrived at Meghan Markle’s baby shower in New York on Wednesday.

The two-day baby shower attracted a star-studded guest list, including Serena Williams and Abigail Spencer.

Following the arrivals of several of Meghan’s close friends, including Serena Williams, Abigail Spencer, and Jessica Mulroney, Amal Clooney also put in an appearance at The Mark Hotel. Wearing a bright red silk jumpsuit by Sergio Hudson, she looked absolutely flawless, and didn’t seem worried about being caught in the snow.

Amal Clooney was wearing a pair of Gianvito Rossi gold and PVC pumps, which are also favored by the Duchess of Sussex who owns a cow-print pair by the designer.

Gifts carried by Amal Clooney’s security arrive at Meghan Markle’s baby shower on February 20, 2019 in New York City.



Style Files

Amal Clooney wore a SERGIO HUDSON

Red jumpsuit FW18 collection

With GIANVITO ROSSI gold plexi pumps

Sold out here another version

JIMMY CHOO clutch

CHANEL coat

Black Chanel wool double-breasted jacket with pointed collar, dual slit pockets at waist and CC logo snap closures at front. From the Fall 2005 Collection.

Was available here with big thanks to Patricia H. on Twitter

CHANEL vintage earrings

Available here

Probably in honor of Karl Lagerfeld.


10 thoughts on “Amal Clooney Stuns in a Red Jumpsuit by Sergio Hudson at Meghan Markle’s Baby Shower 20.02.2019

  1. I think this jumpsuit looks a bit cheap especially with those gold pumps. Better suited for an xmas holiday. As usual her hair and makeup look great . And yes why can’t she carry her own presents?

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      1. She’s surrounded by “yes” people who tell her she has a exquisite style, further cementing that this red situation was an appropriate choice to wear to a baby shower. She was tacky before George now she’s tacky with designer price tags. Look at Anna Wintour she’s even praising Kim Kardashian’s fashion – demonstrating anyone, at any level, can be bought.

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  2. I can tell you first hand experience at upscale (especially in NYC) hotels – they don’t let you lift a finger just get out to the car and the cary every tiny thing for you. If you or I were to roll up they would be at your door in a second helping you out, carrying even your handbag if you wanted. Ahh the joys of fancy shmancy. 🙂

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  3. Nadia you do a great job managing this site. Unfortunately you have allowed jealous, catty people to overshadow your work. Not liking Amal’s choice of clothing is fine, everyone has an opinion but comments like ‘ her extensions, stringy hair, her nose, attention seeking’ which are actual personal attacks should not be appropriate. Whether the writers admit it or not, it’s pure envy. George is a fully functioning, smart adult who chose Amal. The end. If people cannot accept this, they need to deeply examine their own lives. No healthy, happy person attacks a stranger, of course with Internet anonymity people feel safe unleashing their vitriol when what they urgently need is self examination, peace of mind and perhaps talking therapy.

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    1. I am respectfully agreeing with this comment. Everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion. It is pseudo-psychology to project mental illness or envy. It’s short-sighted, and in fact reveals more about Lili’s state of mind. Who cares if someone doesn’t like Amal? Why does it bother you so much? Why be behavior-police?

      Spend more time worry about your own business and let other’s live their own lives without your policing.

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