Happy Birthday Amal !

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Today is Amal Clooney’s Birthday !

All my best wishes to a wonderful woman 🙂 Never change please 🙂

56 thoughts on “Happy Birthday Amal !

  1. Exactly Nati – happy 37th birthday! Had my first child at 36! Don’t leave it much longer if you want the most fulfilling life choice ever. A career is a vocation – children are your greatest joy and legacy. Great gene pool!
    Have a great day!

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  2. I’ve been following Amal’s blog because her style fascinates me! She’s chic, intelligent, smart, with or without George Clooney – she has her own place as a professional and as a woman!
    Congratulations on your birthday, Amal!
    Sylvia (from Brazil)

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  3. Happy Birthday Amal! You are an amazing lady, with the whole package; beauty and brains. You are a role model for all women! Don’t change who you are and most importantly , don’t get sucked into the Hollywood hype,
    You are bigger and better than that!

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  4. Dear Nati your blog and’ public and you have to accept even those who write comments you do not like !!!! PS : It’s not my fault if you put a picture of Amal in the foreground , which shows many more’ years !!!

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    • i might disagree with you Sabrina, but i like reading your comments. something tells me that under all this negativity lays a good sense of humor!

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    • Sabrina, sorry but i disagree with you in all counts of your comments. 1- Just because it is a public blog Nati does NOT have to agree to posts that are bottom line negative and lack of collective truth, but only a personal negative point of you, such as yours. 2- Amal does NOT looks 45, not even if she tried hard…BUT… even if she looked, what is wrong with 45? Are you 45 and is looking like 200? Because i am not, and i am 48 looking 35 and FANTASTIC! Age is just a number and a 45 years old woman is not old in today’s standards, so stop believing that and you will feel better in your skin for when you get there! Be positive and age will spare you lots of wrinkles! Life is to live, dont label it with numbers! ❤

      PS: i enjoy cumming to this blog precisely because the people who comment here are polite, positive and have much more to offer than just fashion craves. So please follow our example of commentators 🙂

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  5. She looks fantastic for 37! Happy Birthday, Amal. Your style is lovely and I do love to see what you wear. We’re writing like she’s reading this….haha. Just in case, I really like how you have variety in your wardrobe…from ripped jeans and high sneakers, to that glamorous red jacket. I try to emulate your style, but tone it down to age appropriateness. But you give us ideas! cheers.

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      • Well if she is and since this is a great fashion blog, we should tell her our favorite outfits. My very favorite look was the stripped dress on your arrival in Venice. You looked stunning, your hair was perfect, as the sunglasses. Very well sophisticated and beautiful. and I agree…. She probably reads it. It’s a nice blog…I would!

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    • I hope she does not reads online publications because there are a lot of haters out there 🙂 I think she is really busy and her self esteem is very high:)

      I do disagree about the “age appropriate” suggestion 🙂 I think she chooses perfectly her clothing, and i see nothing wrong with showing a bit skin here and there with her good tastes, behavior and demeanor. After all, she is young and we must stop these kinds of labels over women in such young age. She is only 37!!!! That is still very young!! I love her diversity and she breaks the mold of being in one only style like many celebrities do. I prefer the diversity of all her styles: sassy, playful, vivid, colorful, vamp, blacks, sexy, hip and ripped, suits and onesies, and her class while wearing all of them…i would LOVE to hang out inside her closet hahaha. I would wear everything she has put on, and i am 48 🙂 Still going strong:) As long as there is class a woman can get way with any outfit:) Amal has it so i know she will always be tasteful:)

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      • Milli, I meant age appropriate for ME..not her. She can still get away with some of those looks..ripped jeans, etc. I’m 55, old enough to be her mother and I can’t quite the same look. It would look ridiculous on me, and I am fairly thin. Not as thin as she is…but thin enough. I meant to say, I can take what she wears…and then put together something similar but more age appropriate for a 55 year old. I know I can wear what I want, but let’s be honest, some things are just too young.

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      • I wish we could add instead of writing a new post. Anyway, I do think most of the clothes I could wear (expecially that black/white dress in Venice)! Really, probably about 90% of what she wears. There have just been a few things that just are a bit TOO youthful that she can pull off. But for the most part I can get away with them.

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  6. I advise Sabrina to visit an ophtalmologist and to carry out an eye vision test.All Amal photos from October 2013 till now and she thinks amal is more than 37 !!!!or she may be jealous.Anyway Happy Birthday to Amal and I wish all the best.

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  7. Nati
    Please stop Sabrina’s delusional jealousy. A disgrunted ex perhaps under a false name?
    Post us a photo of you Sabrina!
    Let’s all see how well you look for your age!
    If you have nothing nice to say – say nothing!
    FTR – Amal looks way younger but more elegant than her YOUNG age suggests.
    Have a great day Amal!

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    • Hahahha, Sabrina you surley need a psycologist and ophtalmologist.
      Sally you are right , I am so curious to see a pic of Sabrina , to see how stunning she is :),
      Certainly she is jealous and lonely.
      Nati I agree with you too we dont need her here.:)
      Happy B-day & all the best Amal

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  8. Dear Nati you know what’ freedom’ of thought ?? No !! I’ m sorry for you , but it’s clear that you do not know, because boycott my comments !!! Too bad’ cause you have a blog and freedom ‘ thinking ‘ should be a priority ‘ for you !!! But you publish only what you like !!! I’m sure if you loved Amal read this blog would give reason to me , given that considering it a intelligent woman I’m sure that even for her freedom’ of thought and’ the priority’ !!!!

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    • Here the rules, if you don’t respect them, I will remove your comments :
      Constructive comments are always welcome. Discussion on the post you are commenting on, what Amal is wearing, whether you liked it or not, upcoming events and the latest news are interesting topics. I always encourage debate on the blog and respect each poster’s opinion and I ask all of you to do the same.

      Profanity/hateful/trolling comments will not be published on the blog.

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  9. Obscenity’ ??? Inever wrote obscene’ , not’ my style !!! I write what I always think with education and if you do not agree , also deletes my comments……….. unfortunately for you if you do continue to demonstrate that your blog is not ‘ goal !!!!!

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    • Look Sabrina…this blog that Nati has started is really for people who admire Amal in some way, be it her clothing, her education, the total package..whatever. You don’t have to worship her, which I don’t. Nati allows criticism..which I have freely given. But the overall feeling is one of appreciation. I don’t believe there is one thing that you have written that is positive, or constructive. Just negative, and insulting. I don’t enjoy reading your comments because they don’t offer anything of value, but are extremely rude….to Nati, to the intelligence of the other participants who offer their views, to Amal. I think Nati has done a nice job in stepping back and letting those of us who have something to say that isn’t total complimentary about Amal do so. Because she knows we do admire her..that is why we are here. ?So, let me ask you…why are you here?

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    • Sabrina, Indeed this blog is for people who admire Amal in different ways but always in a positive way. There is a LOT of blogs online for people who focus only on the negative. You can freely go there and vent your negativity. We come here because it is a sane and nice blog where one can truly enjoy a breath of fresh air from the crap that is out there, full of haters, bullies and negativity feeders/seekers. you can choose to be a lover or a hater, what is your choice? Being positive does not means one cannot express your feelings or views about something. However, blunt, tasteless, untruthful and negative comments is not a speech, it is just words coming out of someone who is not fueled by kindness. We can agree that not all Amal’s pictures/clothing/accessories, etc… may be not all flattering to her…and we do comment on those nicely, (that is the fun part, to comment, to suggest, etc…) but in a nice way, more like a critic of the her style choices but to just vent negativity about her.

      Why cant you just accept that not everyone in this world, or online, is infected with hate feelings? We are a bunch of kind, classy, elegant, tasteful, fashionable, sweet, professional and intelligent ladies or gentleman who come to this nice blog because we do recognize such attributes in Amal, even though we are not here to worship her, but to validate the positive feelings she inspires on us. I can only hope that you too turn that switch on and join us on this side. It is way more fun! 🙂 Come on Sabrina! You can do this! Hang out with the good people and impregnate yourself with that good vibe, it is worth it:) Much love to you ❤ May these sincere words warm your heart:) ❤ Mili *

      PS: do you know that your name "Sabrina" means Legendary Princess? …so act like one 🙂

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    • CORRECTED VERSION:

      Sabrina, Indeed this blog is for people who admire Amal in different ways but always in a positive way. There is a LOT of blogs online for people who focus only on the negative. You can freely go there and vent your negativity. We come here because it is a sane and nice blog where one can truly enjoy a breath of fresh air from the crap that is out there, full of haters, bullies and negativity feeders/seekers. You can choose to be a lover or a hater, what is your choice? Being positive does not means one cannot express your point of view about something. However, blunt, tasteless, untruthful and negative comments is not a speech, it is just words not motivated by kindness. We can agree that not all Amal’s pictures/clothing/accessories, etc…are flattering to her…and we do comment on those nicely, (that is the fun part, to comment, to suggest, etc…) more like a critic of her style choices, not to just vent negativity about her.

      Why cant you just accept that not everyone in this world, or online, is infected with hate feelings? We are a bunch of kind, classy, elegant, tasteful, fashionable, sweet, professionals and intelligent ladies or gentleman who come to this nice blog because we do recognize such qualities in Amal, even though we are not here to worship her, but to validate the positive feelings she inspires on us. I can only hope that you too turn that switch on and join us on this side. It is way more fun! 🙂 Come on Sabrina! You can do this! Hang out with the good people and impregnate yourself with that good vibe, it is worth it:) Much love to you ❤ May these sincere words help you reflect on it and warm your heart:) ❤ Mili *

      PS: do you know that your name "Sabrina" means Legendary Princess? …so act like one 🙂

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  10. Dear Mili , I definitely do not have feelings of hatred for anyone , let alone for Amal do not even know !! I centainly do not like , but it’s a public figure and that’ a blog about her and I follow him ‘ cause it comes to fashion , that’ s all !! I do not see what’ s s0 bad in writing that I think shows more ‘ than 37 years , or do not like certain fashion choices , such as fur or other ?? These are obscene things to write ?? But please !!! Irepeat , the only problem of this blog and’ the fact that if you do not love and do not make compliments to Mrs . Amal and not’ welcome ‘ that’ s it ‘, just say so and I will go !! To write my comments and if Mrs. Nati do not publish , patience , but continue ‘ to show that he is objective and not to respect the freedom’ of thought !! PS : Thank you, Mili but my heart does not need to be heated , but it is ‘ okay ‘ !!! Hello .

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    • thanks Sabrina for explaining yourself. i personally thought you’re a troll. but now i know you’re not: you’re just an opinionated person 🙂 anyways there is nothing wrong with criticizing Amal. but i think at certain moments it’s better to reserve out criticism. For example, when it’s Amal’s birthday, people usually wish her a happy birthday and stop there. So it really comes down on when it’s appropriate to say a criticism. You mentioned that you’re Italian, so probably you guys have different perspectives of what’s appropriate and what’s not. i’ll give you the benefit of the doubt! Have a blessing day 🙂

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  11. Happy Birthday, Amal! Continue to let your light shine by representing good causes as a human rights lawyer. You inspire all of our youth and many others each and every day. You are eloquent, smart, and professional. Keep up all the great work you do and thank you for making a difference in this world in a positive manner. Jaclyn from Ohio. 🙂

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