PHOTOS: Amal Clooney’s wedding gown revealed; money going to charities

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People magazine and Hello magazine are the lucky outlets for the first official photographs of Amal (Mrs. George Clooney) Alamuddin’s gorgeous wedding gown and other details from the wedding festivities last weekend in Venice, Italy.

TMZ.com has learned that the money paid by both magazines for the exclusive photos will all be going to several human rights charities, with “the lion’s share earmarked for the Satellite Sentinel Project —a charity that monitors the Sudan for war crimes.” George Clooney is a co-founder of the organization.

According to the website, Oscar de la Renta designed the “very traditional French lace gown, which was hand-embroidered with pearls and diamante stones. The gown featured an off-the-shoulder neckline and a full train, and the whole look was finished with a cathedral-length lace-edged veil.”

The story also goes on to say: “Aside from her new platinum wedding band, Alamuddin’s wedding jewelry consisted of natural pearl earrings with square-cut diamond accents, a gift from her parents, Baria and Ramzi Alamuddin.”

So what did the ever-dapper Clooney wear? According to the cover story in Hello magazine: “The groom, meanwhile looked dapper in a black tuxedo, which was created by his good friend Giorgio Armani, as part of his Made to Measure collection. The star teamed it with a white shirt, black bow tie, and black leather oxfords, and the finishing touches were cufflinks gifted from Amal, with “George” inscribed in Arabic, and an 18K white gold OMEGA De Ville Trésor watch.”

For more details, pick up the October issue of People or click here. Visit Hellomagazine.com for their cover story as well.

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