She’s a powerful international lawyer who brings added glamour to proceedings as the wife of a Hollywood star.
Now Amal Clooney has added another string to her bow, joining Prince Charles to launch an initiative for the global arm of his Prince’s Trust charity.
Charles, who dined with the human rights barrister and her husband George, 57, at Buckingham Palace on Tuesday, is said to find Amal, 41, ‘deeply impressive’.
It is understood that she is set to be the figurehead for the first global youth campaign for Prince’s Trust International – which may even be named after her.
A source told the Daily Mail: ‘Amal is seen as a real role model.’
On Thursday, the mother-of-two dazzled in an off-the-shoulder satin blue gown – nipped in with a sash – at the People’s Postcode Lottery Charity Gala in Edinburgh, as the Clooneys collected an award for their humanitarian work.
It comes after Amal and George were the guests of honour as Prince Charles hosted a dinner at Buckingham Palace to celebrate his Prince’s Trust on Tuesday night.