George and Amal Clooney were spotted again in New York on Friday, after a hectic day before going to dinner for a double date with Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, just hours after performing at the United Nations for the second time this week .
The day after she addressed a meeting of senior officials from 20 countries gathered to bring ISIS fighters to justice in Iraq, the human rights lawyer emerged from a West Village mansion that looked carefree in a black miniskirt and matching kimono, combined with below -the boots with thick heels and a pink top.
Worn with a red manicure and loose curls in her hair, it made a big difference to the serious black suit she had worn for work on Thursday.
The 41-year-old's husband, 58, opted for a casual look that almost reflected their appearance the night before.
George and Amal Clooney were seen on Friday in the West Village district of New York City
Amal looked carefree in a black miniskirt and matching kimono, combined with thick boots to the knee and a pink top
Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok (left) and human rights lawyer Amal Clooney (right) attend a meeting on ISIS at the United Nations in New York on Thursday
George appeared in faded jeans and a polo shirt that looked like the color of a button-down that he redecorated the night before to dine at steakhouse 4 Charles Prime Rib.
The American actor – who fathers two-year-old twins Ella and Alexander with British-Lebanese lawyer Amal – combined it with suede shoes as he walked down the stairs to Big Apple Street.
George, once the gentleman, led his wife in a vehicle outside the red brick house.
The couple covered their eyes with dark sunglasses after celebrating their milestone in relation to Gerber, 57, and Crawford, 53, who are parents to model children Kaia, 18, and Presley, 20.
In 2016, the Clooneys bought a house in the same Midtown Manhattan One Hundred East Fifty Third Street tower as Gerber and Crawford. The close friends jointly sold a compound where their two homes were in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico for $ 100 million in 2017.
Legendary supermodel Crawford broke with Sweetgreen salads on Friday after Thursday night's meal, and Clooneys might have the same idea of loading on greens in NYC while the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly continued.
Actor George Clooney, 58, was wearing a blue polo shirt when he appeared in the Big Apple. True, they are seen on September 28, 2014 in Venice after they were married the day before
The couple was released on Friday – the five-year anniversary of their marriage
The bearded actor was wearing the same jeans and shoes as the night before when he was celebrating at dinner
On Thursday, Ms Clooney sat next to Dutch Foreign Minister Stef Blok, who took the initiative to set up possible tribunals for around 20,000 ISIS members.
Blok works with his Iraqi counterpart, Ali Alhakim, who, according to the Dutch news site, helped organize a meeting with diplomats from 20 countries. NRC.
There are an estimated 20,000 ISIS hunters in Iraq, including 1,000 foreigners from European and other Western countries.
For years, Ms. Clooney represented Yazidi ethnic women who were imprisoned by ISIS and forced into sexual slavery.
Yazidi & # 39; s are a minority community in Iraq that have been recognized by the UN as victims of ISIS genocide.
Mrs. Clooney represents Yazidi women and girls who were detained in the home of Umm Sayyaf, the wife of Islamic state financier Abu Sayyaf.
She covered her eyes with dark sunglasses and flaunted her red rings with a red manicure
Amal saw her famous long dark brown hair, styled in loose curls, get confused
Mr. George led his wife in the vehicle outside the New York City home
Kayla Mueller, an American humanitarian aid worker, was also detained there for a while. Reports appeared in February 2015 indicating that she was murdered while in ISIS captivity.
Amal Clooney has long been calling for ISIS fighters and officials responsible for crimes against Yazidi women and girls to be tried.
Clooney also appeared at the UN on Tuesday to speak out about press freedom.
She told a panel that journalists were in danger worldwide in countries with an unstable political climate.
& # 39; Our research focuses on laws that are used every day to punish journalists for their work & # 39 ;, Clooney said.
& # 39; Laws such as criminal libel, vague or hated language laws, so-called fake news laws and laws that fool the media by imposing arbitrary conditions on ownership, accreditation and financing. & # 39;
Clooney has long been advocating bringing ISIS fighters and leaders to justice
Clooney spoke on Tuesday about a panel discussion at the UN about press freedom around the world
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