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News he was content with married life, echoing the sentiment he later shared with Esquire: "There were all the jokes and the bits and I get all that stuff, but I couldn't be happier right now," he said at that time.
"I wake up in the morning and I think, 'This couldn't be better.'" In his most recent conversation with Esquire, George cited Amal's personal story as one reason he's advocated for immigrants and refugees.
Here's who's been turning up to the big day and more importantly... Abigail Spencer’s button up polka dot dress has a 40’s tea party feel to it brought up to date with it’s oversized collar and waist cinching white belt all topedoff delicately with a lace bow detail pillbox hat.
Eugenie’s Gainsborough dress channels a Jackie O high neck baby blue shift dress and thankfully tamer hat than last time while Beatrice has chosen a very 50’s full sleeved shin length emerald dress by Roksanda.
That May, he told Access Hollywood he'd found himself smitten with Amal about "three days" into their relationship, adding, "I knew when I met her that she was so extraordinary and special.
And while the actor tries to maintain some element of privacy, he's never been shy about the pride he has in his wife. De Mille Award acceptance speech at the Golden Globes in January 2015, when the actor offered an eloquent public display of affection.'Andrew was making Monika laugh and kissing her hand,' said a source Former partners: Last year rumours, surfaced that Prince Andrew and Fergie, left, had rekindled their romance after they took a trip to Balmoral.She has been spotted getting up close and personal to Prince Andrew - and has dated Hollywood star George Clooney - but 'down to earth' Monika Jakisic lives at home with her parents, Mail Online can reveal.As Paul Waldman pointed out in the Washington Post: “the backlash is particularly acute with liberal celebrities, because their involvement in the campaign reinforces precisely the argument Republicans are trying to make, which is that Democrats are the party of the “elite” - not the economic elite, but an intellectual and cultural elite supposedly alien from the values and interests of ordinary, “heartland” Americans”.The same could also be said of David Cameron’s championing of David Beckham’s support (the multi-millionaire footballer was then living in Los Angeles) for the Remain campaign two days before the EU referendum.