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Amal Clooney, whose star has had a meteoric rise since she met and married Hollywood star George Clooney, was one of those honored at a special dinner in Davos, Switzerland, on Tuesday.

The Lebanese-British barrister and her husband attended the Women Of Impact dinner hosted by Tina Brown during the World Economic Forum.

And Amal kept everyone guessing following rumors she’s expecting a baby by donning a loose-fitting two-piece.

Is she? Amal Clooney did little to dispel recent pregnancy rumors as she donned a loose-fitting two-piece for a special event in Davos Tuesday with husband George and Tina Brown

Once again the 38-year-old eschewed the figure-hugging designer outfits she’s paraded since tying the knot with her famous husband in 2014.

Instead, she opted for a cropped sleeveless beige top that stuck out over her waist.

Her matching skirt featured a semi-sheer panel at the waistband and fell to the knee with side pleats.

Amal went bare-legged in the outfit squeezing her toes into pointed black pumps. 

The Lebanese-born barrister’s beige number featured a sleeveless crop top and a skirt with side pleats and contrasting panel at the waist, while Hollywood star George donned a dark suit

Sharing her opinions: Amal was one of those invited to speak at the Women In Impact dinner hosted by Brown duringthe World Economic Forum

Nice to see you: The couple were warmly greeted by outgoing vice-president Joe Biden who also attended the dinner

The pregnancy rumors started swirling after she wore a baggy floral smock to an event promoting the documentary White Helmets in London a week ago. 

It was the first time tabloid-stalwart Amal had been photographed in public for a couple of months.

Then she and George were photographer enjoying a country walk near their home in Sonning, Berkshire, for which she donned a loose white sweater.  

The dress that started the rumors: When Amal and George showed up at reception in London last week, Amal seemed to be sporting a little bump under her floral smock

 

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