George Clooney has taken his new girlfriend  Amal Alamuddin off on a wildlife-watching trip to Tanzania.
George Clooney has taken his new girlfriend Amal Alamuddin off on a wildlife-watching trip to Tanzania. Splash News

George Clooney has taken his new girlfriend on safari

GEORGE Clooney has whisked his lawyer girlfriend Amal Alamuddin off on a wildlife-watching trip to Tanzania.
George Clooney has taken his new girlfriend on safari.

The 'Monuments Men' hunk treated his latest squeeze, British lawyer Amal Alamuddin, to an all-expenses paid trip to Tanzania to observe the local wildlife.

The new photos obtained by People magazine show the lovebirds kitted out in full safari outfits - complete with wide-brimmed hats, khaki jackets and loose cotton shirts - as they take in the sights, cameras at the ready.

One image shows Amal snuggling up to George as he protectively places an arm around her shoulders, while another depicts the happy couple smiling as they pose with a group of locals.

The pair - who were first linked after a dinner date in October - have been getting serious in recent months and were most recently seen at a special screening of George's new movie at the White House in February.

An onlooker told People at the time: "His arm was around her shoulder and she had hers around his. They just seemed very, very together."

George's romance with Amal came shortly after he split from Stacy Keibler last July, who reportedly ended their relationship because the Hollywood hunk didn't want to settle down.

The actress-and-model swiftly moved on, marrying Jared Pobre in a romantic beach ceremony Mexico earlier this month, and is already said to be expecting a baby.


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