She tied the knot to Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney in a lavish four-day Venetian wedding in September, read here and now Amal Alamuddin has been dubbed the most influential woman in London.
The 36-year-old barrister – who changed her name last week after marrying the American actor – touched down at Heathrow Airport on Thursday afternoon following a four-day work trip in Athens.
Dressed in an elegant black and white two-piece ensemble by Oscar de la Renta, the Lebanese beauty cut a sharp figure as she made her way through the terminal.
According to The Times, Amal said: ‘In a world of intractable conflicts, here is one that can be solved in a way that can benefit both parties and humankind altogether.’
She added: ‘Greece has a just cause and it’s high time for the British museum to recognise this.’
Meanwhile, Amal has been placed at number four on the ten most influential Londoners list which was published by The Evening Standard newspaper.
She is five places ahead of international fashion mogul Victoria Beckham, who was recently named the new UN International Goodwill Ambassador.
Both Amal and Victoria beat off competition from leading men like British Prime Minister David Cameron, Prince Harry and world-renowned scientist Stephen Hawking.
If you missed first photos from their wedding, see them here.
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