Amal’s post-twins diet is crack­ers…

Mrs Clooney looks in­cred­i­ble, but it takes some work

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While most new mums snack on left­overs and strug­gle to find a top that hasn’t been puked on, Amal Clooney is en­joy­ing a slightly dif­fer­ent ex­pe­ri­ence fol­low­ing the birth of twins Ella and Alexan­der two months ago. Pic­tured look­ing amaz­ing near her and Ge­orge’s Lake Como home, hu­man rights lawyer Amal, 39, has got ev­ery­body ask­ing how the hell she got back into shape so quickly. Now, heat can re­veal it’s all thanks to a diet of fish and crack­ers.

And she didn’t waste any time get­ting started, ei­ther. “The day af­ter giv­ing birth, Amal went on a spe­cial Mediter­ranean fish diet that her friends swear by,” says our source. “She eats fish twice a day, in­clud­ing salmon, sushi, mack­erel and sword­fish. Break­fast is usu­ally sea­weed soup and some­times a boiled egg, and for lunch and din­ner, Amal has fish and chick­peas, plus houmous on a whole­grain cracker with no preser­va­tives. She has veg­eta­bles with every meal, too.”

In true Amal style, she seems to be find­ing the diet pretty easy. “Amal al­ways goes to restau­rants that serve fish, so it’s fine,” our source says. But it’s not just the diet giv­ing her that bod. “She also walks for an hour each day, along with 20 min­utes of weight-lift­ing every other day, and 30 min­utes of Pi­lates on the other days.”

And that glow­ing com­plex­ion gets a boost from some se­ri­ously high-end prod­ucts, too. “She ex­fo­li­ates every day with a scrub made with real di­a­monds, which are eth­i­cally sourced,” our in­sider says. “She has a home­made honey fa­cial twice a week, which comes from a farm owned by a fam­ily friend, although the fa­cials are still $350 each. She also has an acupunc­tur­ist and re­flex­ol­o­gist visit once a week to en­hance her well­be­ing – get­ting it done in front of the ba­bies, so they see it as nor­mal, not scary.”

Ge­orge, 56, could even be get­ting in on the ac­tion soon, too. “Amal is try­ing to per­suade Ge­orge to ex­fo­li­ate as his skin has been look­ing sal­low, and she wants him to get acupunc­ture and re­flex­ol­ogy too.” Ge­orge’s re­sponse? He’d pre­fer to sleep. We’re with you, Ge­orge… n

“Sorry, love, I’m not a mois­turiser man” Off to Lake Como’s finest fish mar­ket?

Amal: di­a­mond bird

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