VIDEO: George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Get Marriage License August 6 – George and Amal took the mandatory first steps towards tying the knot by filing for their marriage license.
The notice had to, by English law, be posted on a public board on Chelsea Town Hall.
I would just like to say to my bride-to-be, Amal, that I love you very much and I can't wait to be your husband." VIDEO: Watch George Clooney Profess His Love for Amal Alamuddin September 27 – George and Amal are set to wed at a lavish and star-studded ceremony in Italy.
Before the wedding, check out the timeline of Clooney's long and well-publicized relationship history in the video below.
News as barrister Amal Alamuddin — after grabbing dinner at Berners Tavern in London.
But sources tell Us the evening was "non-romantic," and that Alamuddin is "just a friend." PHOTOS: Hollywood's platonic pals Jakisic, on the other hand, is definitely more than a friend.
2014 February 18 – The couple are seen holding hands at the White House screening of Clooney's movie The Monuments Men.
March 13 – George and Amal take a romantic trip to the Seychelles, a gorgeous tropical island nation off the coast of Southeast Africa.
PHOTOS: Clooney's other babes Indeed, the low-key pair went on a date to Cecconi's in London to celebrate the British royal's 54th birthday on Feb. "They sat next to each other at an intimate table by the front of the restaurant and were cuddling up to each other," an eyewitness tells Us."They danced and held hands" at London nightclub Loulou's back in May, the source added."He's been calling and texting her ever since." PHOTOS: George and Stacy, the way they were Last week, rumors swirled that Clooney had moved on when he was spotted getting into a car with a different woman — identified by E!It was around this time that word began to spread that the couple were planning on having their wedding in Italy in September. The newspaper published an article online that claimed Amal's mother didn't approve of her daughter's impending marriage due to Clooney's religion.Clooney write an editorial for USA Today refuting the story and claiming the article was entirely "fabricated" and even "dangerous." Daily Mail ended up pulling down the story and halfheartedly apologizing.