UPDATE: George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's wedding pictures revealed!
She's about to marry one of the world's most handsome men. So we can't blame Amal Alamuddin for being all smiles as she prepares to tie the knot with George Clooney.
The British human rights lawyer was stunning in red as she made her way around Venice with her family and friends last night ahead of her wedding this weekend.
She opted for a dramatic red and black print dress which was cut short at the front but dipped at the back. She continued the red theme through to the beauty with a bright rouge lip. Perfect.
But Amal wasn't the only one painting the town red last night because Mr Clooney also headed out with his friends in tow... and the groom-to-be was certainly looking dapper! He headed out for dinner with best man Rande Gerber - husband of Cindy Crawford - and a handful of his nearest and dearest.
According to E! News, Amal and her friends were accompanied to their restaurant by a second boat carrying Clooney and his pals but when they arrived, George escorted her and left so they could dine separately.
Reports suggest the pair will have a symbolic wedding ceremony tonight, ahead of a lunch and party with all their guests tomorrow. On Monday they will have a civil ceremony and will then be legally married.
George and Amal arrived in Venice yesterday and basically shut Venice down.
Apparently, Amal is set to wear an Alexander McQueen wedding gown for her nuptials, but only time will tell. One thing we do know is that the Hollywood calvary have officially arrived in Italy and this is going to be one star-studded wedding.
Matt Damon and his wife Luciana Barroso have already arrived in Venice for the celebrations, which are thought to be taking place at the seven star Aman Resort hotel on the Grand Canal.
Vogue boss Anna Wintour was also spotted arriving on a water taxi. Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Cindy Crawford, Lana del Rey and Bono are all expected to be on the guest list.
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