Amal Alamuddin is a hard-working and striking woman, but discussions about her talent and beauty are being overshadowed by people’s concern regarding her weight! The London-based activist and lawyer has lost a shocking amount of weight since she and George Clooney married last year, and the actor and those around her are worried that she'll have a "meltdown" if she does not lighten her workload!
George Clooney and wife Amal Clooney lock arms as they leave the Met Gala
An insider tells OKMagazine.com exclusively that Amal is determined to not “become a trophy wife” and as a result, she has an even heavier workload than she had before she wed!
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“She wants to do it all but it’s taking a toll, especially physically,” the source noted. And the physical toll is clear.
Amal Clooney and the Alamuddin family go to pick up her husband George Clooney from work on the set of ‘Money Monsters’ in New York City
Earlier this month, when she met George in New York wearing bell-bottom pants and a pink sweater, for instance, fans were shocked that she looked skinnier than ever.
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Amal Clooney and her father Ramzi Alamuddin seen arriving at the Public Theatre in New York City
That’s a lot for anyone to handle, and it sounds like the stress of it all is causing her to eat less and less.
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“There are a hundred and one things racing around in her mind at all times, and she just can’t relax,” the insider says. “It’s no wonder she’s wasting away—she’s got no time to eat! Between work commitments and being a good wife, she’s got no time for herself—and it’s starting to show.”
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One person who is definitely worried about her is husband George. The source says, “George knows that Amal’s work is incredibly important, but if it’s to the detriment of her health he says, she will need to re-evaluate.”