George Clooney and fiancee Amal Alamuddin appear to have ramped up the preparations for their upcoming nuptials, with reports claiming the engaged couple have been searching for suitable wedding locations in Lake Como this week.
The loved-up couple have been staying at the villa George, 53, owns in the Italian city this week alongside his parents, and it would seem the main topic of conversation was his upcoming wedding to his lawyer fiancee Amal.
George Clooney is currently residing at his plush villa in Lake Como (Marcus Golejewski/Future Image/WENN.com)
According to Life & Style, George and Amal, 36, have been using their time in the stunning Lake Como to hunt for the perfect spot to host their wedding which is widely rumoured to be taking place later this year.
“They checked out Hotel Villa D’Este at Cernobbio, which is famous for organizing high-profile weddings,” a source told the publication.
“They also had a romantic dinner for two there.”
Speculation that the power couple would be tying the knot in the picturesque city were hightened last month when it was revealed that George had been granted two new protection laws for his luxury villa, preventing fans and paparazzi from getting anywhere near his property.
Amal Alamuddin has been spotted at her actor fiance's private property (WENN.com)
According to US Weekly, Laglio Council have approved the laws for George's lakeside mansion, Villa Oleandra, which includes a hefty $500 euros fine for anyone who breaches the conditions.
Mayor of Laglio, Roberto Pozzi, told the publication: “It is now completely forbidden to stop outside the entrance to Clooney’s villa. It’s a question of traffic and security. It is very dangerous and it’s also an issue of privacy.”