George Clooney shows off bad boy side on motorcycle ride with wife Amal

Published August 25th, 2016 - 09:45 GMT
They pulled off the biker look nicely. (www.laineygossip.com)
They pulled off the biker look nicely. (www.laineygossip.com)

We're more used to seeing them glammed up on the red carpet for the latest film premiere or charity bash.

But George Clooney, 55, and wife Amal were in more casual mode on Friday, taking a spin on his motorbike around Los Angeles 

George sported a blue polo shirt, jeans and a blue helmet as he motored his 38-year-old wife along Mulholland Drive in his jet black Harley Davidson.

Even the glamorous Amal was dressed casually - sporting a tight blue T-shirt and ripped jeans for the ride.

But trendy sunglasses and towering wedge boots provided a concession to fashion, with the the human rights lawyer still managing the difficult feat of looking sophisticated while wearing a bike helmet.

The glamorous couple, who have homes in England, Italy, Mexico and Los Angeles, seemed to be enjoying some down time together after recently hosting a fundraiser at his Lake Como villa to raise funds for the African region of Darfur

The crisis in Darfur - which has roared on between Sudanese government forces and the indigenous population since 2003 is an issue which has been close to the actor's heart.  

George, who has starred in two films this year, will next direct film Suburbicon from a Coen Brothers script.

According to The Wrap, the film is set in the quiet family town of Suburbicon and describes the plot as:  'When a home invasion turns deadly, a picture-perfect family turns to blackmail, revenge and betrayal.'

The film stars Matt Damon and Julianne Moore and will also be produced by George whose directing credits include Monuments Men, Leatherheads, The Ides of March, and Good Night and Good Luck.

Meanwhile, George and Amal will celebrate their second wedding anniversary next month.  

The pair famously tied the knot in a romantic ceremony at George's Lake Como villa on September 27 2014.

By ELLIE GENOWER


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