George Clooney And Amal Alamuddin’s Honeymoon Is Over As Couple Gets Back To Work

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin must have known the honeymoon would have to end sometime. The high-profile couple said their vows nearly two weeks ago in Venice, Italy, as part of a hugely anticipated ceremony closely-watched by celebrity reporters. According to a new report by the Daily Mail, it is now back to work for both George and Amal.

The Mail snapped Clooney exiting a hotel in New York, without wife Amal. He was reportedly looking tanned and relaxed, dressed professionally in a charcoal suit. Clooney even responded to reporters questions about the honeymoon, saying it was, “good.” The Mirror also noted that Clooney’s new wedding ring was visible for the cameras.

The Mirror revealed that the couple’s honeymoon spot, a resort on the North Island in Seychelles, is a preferred locale for getaways of the rich and famous. Prince William and Duchess Catherine also honeymooned there in 2011, and Clooney’s close pal Brad Pitt has vacationed there with his wife Angelina Jolie. According to an insider that spoke with the Mirror, the honeymoon location was chosen by Clooney on Pitt’s recommendation.

“George and Amal were looking for the ultimate, private getaway and I believe it was Brad who told him to go to this resort. It’s one of the most beautiful places on earth and George wanted to show Amal something even more amazing than Venice. It was the only place that could top off such an elaborate wedding.”

The Mail listed the many projects keeping the actor busy. Clooney has two films in pre-production and has recently finished shooting a third.

As for Amal, The Telegraph reported yesterday that she is set to fly to Greece to advise the government on the return of the Elgin marbles. The marbles, also known as the Parthenon sculptures, were taken by Britain’s Lord Elgin in the early 19th century. The British parliament gained control of them in 1816. While many prominent U.K. politicians, current Prime Minister David Cameron among them, reject the marbles’ return to Greece, Clooney may be in favor of their repatriation. During a press conference for his film The Monuments Men, which dealt with art work stolen by the Nazis, he responded to a Greek reporter’s question by saying the marbles’ return would be “the right thing to do.”

Alamuddin will be going to Greece as part of a delegation sent by her law firm, Doughty Street Chambers. She practices international and criminal law in London.

[George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Image: Getty]

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