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George and Amal Clooney continue their wedding celebrations in the UK

George and Amal Clooney have continued the international celebrations of their lavish nuptials with yet another party, this time in the English countryside.
After tying the knot with an extravagant wedding in Venice last month, it seems that the smitten newlyweds can’t get enough of declaring their love to the world and so have gone for round two of celebrations, this time in Amal’s home country, the United Kingdom.
George and Amal reportedly held their reception at Danesfield House hotel and spa – a lavish English manor, converted to a resort in the county of Buckinghamshire – not far from where Amal grew up.
Amal and George were seen leaving their home in Oxfordshire to make their way to the event. George looked as dashing as ever in a suit and tie while Amal channeled old school Hollywood glamour in a gold dress, black fur coat and bright red lips.
A large white marquee was seen erected in the grounds of the sprawling country estate where the celebrations being held, with hotel staff keeping mum on the details of what was planned their this weekend.
A large white marquee was seen being erected in the ground of the lavish Danesfield House.
This second lavish party is reportedly being held for all those that were unable to make it to either the London civil ceremony or the extravagant Venetian celebrations. Many expect that fellow Newlyweds and George’s close buddies Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, who were notably absent from the Venice wedding, will be amongst the guests in the British countryside.
Amal’s parents Baria and Ramzi Alamuddin live just a few kilometres from Danesfield House and were seen checking into the hotel on Friday afternoon.
The Mail Online reports that Amal’s mother Baria said: "We are all very happy. We're so looking forward to celebrating Amal and George's marriage here.This is a lovely place for it.
"It will be very special. People keep asking us about the wedding and about Amal and her husband.I suppose we'll have to get used to it. I guess we're famous now".

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