George Clooney and Amal Clooney are just one of the sweetest and hottest Hollywood couples in the industry. George recently shared his thoughts on how his wife Amal has handled the Hollywood spotlight and their secret to a successful marriage.
The Oscar winner was very candid during an interview with Entertainment Tonight at the premiere of George’s latest film “Hail, Caesar!” in California on Monday, Feb. 1. George and wife Amal were both at the red carpet event of the movie premiere where the Hollywood couple dazzled fans with their fashionable looks. When George was asked how his human rights attorney wife has handled her transition to the Hollywood spotlight, the actor told Entertainment Tonight that his wife did “very well” and that the process was a “hard thing to do.”
Amal’s adjustment to the Hollywood spotlight, as well as juggling the demands of her career, was apparent over the past year when she joined husband George in various events while attending to high profile cases thrown her way. Even after more than a year of marriage, the two are still very sweet with each other. According to Entertainment Tonight, the Hollywood couple were very affectionate during the “Hail, Caesar!” premiere and pictures during the event showed some romantic moments between George and Amal.
Meanwhile, George also revealed their secret in keeping the romance alive and staying in touch with one another despite their busy schedules. In a separate interview with Extra’s Mario Lopez during the “Hail, Caesar!” premiere, George shared that he and Amal do a lot of Face Time whenever they’re apart from each other, Us Weekly magazine reported. “Mostly it’s just try not to go very long … We spend an awful lot of time together, we try not to have these huge gaps,” George stated. He added that they have been able to manage “pretty well” in dividing their time between their respective careers and the things that they need to do together.
George’s latest film “Hail, Caesar!” also stars Channing Tatum, Ralph Fiennes, Josh Brolin, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Alden Ahrenreich and Jonah Hill. The movie is set for release on Feb. 5.