Forget the Kama Sutra, that's all you need to know, be domestic!
Celebrities, as anyone who has ever passed a magazine stand at the checkout knows, are always on the verge of divorcing.
However, she notes “about four in ten [of these relationships] will have ended before the child is age 5.” 3) They’re Equally Educated.
George, 54, couldn't stop giggling at his 37-year-old wife as he took her on a romantic date to Harry's Bar and let her lead the way by grabbing hold of her hand.
He was dressed casually in a black short-sleeved shirt and striped white and pale blue trousers with smart beige shoes as he showed off his incredible tan.
He's an in-demand Hollywood actor and she's a high-flying human rights lawyer with a VERY busy schedule - but Mr and Mrs George Clooney still make time for each other.
The gorgeous couple, who married on September 27 in Venice, Italy, still looked like loved-up teenagers on an evening out near their home in Lake Como, Italy on Tuesday night.
Now that George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have been wed long enough to have their wedding pictures sold for charity, we should expect to see rumors of the demise of their marriage any day now. “Later marriages are more durable than earlier ones,” she writes. Marriages that happen after children have a high rate of failure, especially if the children were unintended.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie veer toward the off-ramp to splitsville at least once a month, or whenever tabloids aren’t selling so well.
The Beyonce and Jay-Z rumor mill churns so hard, it could crush diamonds. That’s higher than the average age people get married (for men it’s 29, and women it’s 27, although this is Clooney’s second marriage.) There’s a pretty strong correlation between the age at which you get married and the likelihood that your marriage survives, says Sawhill. The average age at which women get married is now than the average age at which women have their first baby, notes Sawhill.
According to People.com, Australian-born author Kathy Lette, who is a friend of the couple, has based a new character, Matilda Devine, on the glamorous barrister, who will feature in her new legal thriller, Courting Trouble.
Lette said: "It's about a woman in her 30s in the legal world trying to change the world and make it a better place." The writer previously told the magazine that spending time with the newlyweds is like "watching a rom-com in front of you." Talking about Amal Clooney , Lette said: "She's drop-dead gorgeous, your jaw hits the ground, but she's also very charming, funny, self-deprecating." She insists that despite marrying one of the world's sexiest men, she's still "as warm and down-to-earth as ever." Last month, she also dished with the weekly about a dinner date with the couple: "[George Clooney] clears the table and stacks the dishwasher.
Amal decided to dress up a little more glam for the occasion and displayed her endless pins in a pair of polka dot black and white shorts and a loose-fitting black top.
She wore her long, glossy brunette hair in bouncy curls and chose dark pink lipstick and flashy earrings for their date night, along with a black tasseled clutch bag.