George and Amal Clooney recently welcomed visitors to their multimillion-dollar home in Lake Como, Italy. The A-list couple are currently spending time at the estate. This time the couple welcomed actor Ed Norton and his wife Shauna Robertson, along with their son, 2-year-old Atlas.
The 54-year-old Hollywood heartthrob regularly entertains his famous friends in Italy, Hello reported. On Monday, George went down to the jetty of his villa to welcome the American actor and filmmaker, and also helped him unload his luggage. The “Monuments Men” actor was pictured greeting his friends.
George kept it cool and casual in jeans and a white shirt while Edward was equally dressed down in a green T-shirt, shorts and a hat. Norton's wife opted for a black dress and carried Atlas in her arms. George appeared to be in high spirits, laughing and joking as he welcomed the guests. He also sported a salt-and-pepper beard. Later, George was seen wearing a black T-shirt emblazoned with the logo of his liquor company Casamigos tequila. Amal, who recently made Vanity Fair's best-dressed list, was not photographed.
Meanwhile, Julia Roberts and her family also experienced the Clooneys' hospitality, spending the Fourth of July weekend in Italy. It was a special break for the “Pretty Woman,” who was also celebrating her 13th wedding anniversary with husband Danny Moder. After meeting Amal over dinner in New York City for the first time in April, Roberts said she was “quite enamored” of the British barrister, and was happy that her friend George had found lasting love.
Between the two sets of summer visitors the Clooneys had some quality couple time. George took his wife on a road trip, touring in the small Tuscan villages of Chianti, Poggio and Cortona. They traveled in vintage style on a Vespa Piaggio and in a 1960s Fiat 500. The duo also enjoyed al fresco lunches, sampling Italy’s famous cuisine. Their choice of dishes included homemade pappardelle with eggplant and tomato sauce, and tomatoes stuffed with Neapolitan buffala mozzarella, washed down with Chianti wine.