Amal Clooney always looks impeccably stylish, but on Tuesday night, she stepped out for a dinner at Buckingham Palace wearing what might just be one of her best gowns yet.
At the dinner for the Prince’s Trust Group — Prince Charles’s youth charity — Amal Clooney made the palace look like the Oscars while wearing a stunning white gown from Jean-Louis Scherrer by Stephane Rolland. The glamorous dress — from the designer’s spring 2007 collection — features an asymmetrical cape that cascades down the right arm, as well as gold beading on the left arm. She paired it with a metallic clutch.
Amal and George Clooney weren’t the only famous people in attendance at the dinner, of course: Prince Charles was there — and he was photographed joking around with the Clooneys — as were Hollywood stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Josh Hartnett, and others.
Prince Charles founded the trust in 1976 to help vulnerable young people get their lives back on track.
The charity has helped 870,000 young people since 1976 and supports over 100 more each day. Three in four of these young people move into work, training or education.
Amal Clooney wore
A Jean-Louis Scherrer by Stéphane Rolland white jersey Grecian-style gown
Spring-Summer 2007, bearing handwritten defile label, look no. 31, with detached sleeves, one cape-like, the other densely embellished with gold metal thread and rhinestones
Sold by Kerry Taylor auctions and latest by William Vintage
JIMMY CHOO mirror clutch
And diamonds hoops earrings
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All pictures Getty Images and by Chris Jackson