George and Amal Clooney celebrate first anniversary: 'We sure are having fun'

There's been nothing but highs in the first year of marriage for George Clooney and his beautiful wife Amal. The couple said "I do" in a magical ceremony in Venice last September and their relationship has only gone from strength to strength.

"We sure are having fun," George, 54, told People, a few days after his first wedding anniversary. "We had a beautiful anniversary, and we're having fun."

As for what the Ocean's Eleven star learnt as a newlywed, George added: "That's a good question, but I can't officially tell you any of those things because that would be wrong, and [Amal] would be upset that I told anyone what I've learned."

"We had a beautiful anniversary, and we're having fun," said George Clooney

The couple marked their first year together with a special dinner, but on the actual day itself, George attended a memorial service in LA for the late Jerry Weintraub, the producer behind The Karate Kid and Ocean's Eleven among other films.

On Tuesday night George and Amal stepped out again for the New York Film Festival's 15th anniversary screening of the actor's movie O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Looking a dream in green, Amal showed off her statuesque figure in a thigh-skimming emerald dress that showed off her toned legs. The Lebanese-British lawyer paired her dress with green stilettos and dangly diamond earrings.

"My verdict on being Mr and Mrs Clooney? It feels pretty damn great," George told HELLO! magazine

Last year George and Amal married in a wedding covered by HELLO! magazine, in conjunction with People. The ceremony took place at the luxury Aman Canal Grande hotel, and had family and friends from over 30 countries in attendance.

Amal wore an exquisite custom-made, French lace Oscar de la Renta gown that was embroidered with pearls and diamanté accents and featured a gorgeous lace overlay and off-the-shoulder sleeves.

"My verdict on being Mr and Mrs Clooney? It feels pretty damn great," George told HELLO! after the ceremony.

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