The glamorous, globetrotting Clooneys are currently summering in Italy. (Region not specified, because they’ve been to multiple fabulous locales in the Mediterranean nation.
First, they went to their villa in Lake Como, where they entertained Barack, Michelle, Malia, and Sasha Obama. The group even took out a speed boat to cruise around Cernobbio. Per People, they also journeyed to Villa d’Este. The grand property, built in 1568 as a resplendent retreat for Cardinal Tolomeo Gallio, is the most famous hotel in the region. The interiors are adorned with Renaissance style furniture and decor, and the crown jewel of its grounds is a Baroque garden. (Once upon a time, it was the setting for Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’s wedding.)
Next, it was on to Venice, where they had a set of romantic evenings. The duo went on a helicopter ride above the city, and looked effortlessly chic while doing so: Amal wore a white, off-the-shoulder shift dress with a black wide-brimmed hat, and George wore a navy blue polo and aviators.
On Wednesday night, they ate dinner at Ristorante da Ivo. The restaurant off of St. Mark’s Square serves classic Italian fare like spaghetti with clams, veal ossobucco, grilled prawns over rice, and a healthy selection of gelato.
The city is one of special significance for the couple. In 2014, they wed at the luxurious Aman Canal Grande. The 16th-century Papadopoli palazzo is perched right upon Venice’s signature waterway.
The Clooney’s summer vacation is always one to envy. Last year, they hostedPrince Harry and Meghan Markle at their Como estate, Villa Oleandra, where George and Harry reportedly played basketball. At night, it’s said a gala dinner was held for the Sussexes.