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George and Amal Have a Fun and 'Affectionate' Night Out in London with Pals Matt Damon, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber

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George Clooney‘s A-list pals gathered for a fun and fashionable night out in London’s Notting Hill neighborhood on Saturday night, just a week after he celebrated his first wedding anniversary with wife Amal Clooney.

The couple, joined by Matt Damon and his wife Luciana, and Rande Gerber and wife Cindy Crawford, were spotted leaving a restaurant on Portobello Road.

Amal was her usual fashionable self in a red jacket, floral dress and black tights, while supermodel Crawford and Luciana looked chic in all black.

The group was also spotted attending a private party at the Electric Cinema.

“George was very attentive,” an onlooker tells PEOPLE. “He put a protective arm around Amal’s shoulder as they walked [into the cinema]. It was the same on the way out.

“They were very affectionate to each other and George put his hand around her to make sure she was okay. They seemed very much in love.”

Matt and Luciana Damon
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Clooney, Gerber and Crawford celebrated the launch of their tequila brand Casamigos in the U.K. at a swanky party in London on Thursday. On Friday, Crawford signed copies of her memoir Becoming at a London bookstore.

Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber
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Both Gerber and Crawford shared photos on Saturday of a countryside jaunt they took during the trip.

“And a Saturday stroll in the country,” wrote Crawford, sharing a photo of lush gardens and a pond.

And a Saturday stroll in the country…🇬🇧

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The star also shared a photo boarding a plane (with her book in tow) on Sunday, and wrote “Next stop: Miami!”

Next stop: Miami! #BecomingCindy

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Domo Arigato, George and Amal Clooney!

Amal is back in London for a press conference regarding President Mohamed Nasheed’s imprisonment. The human rights lawyer will join the former president’s wife on Monday to discuss why they feel Nasheed should be released from jail, where he’s currently serving a sentence for terrorism charges.

Reporting by PHILIP BOUCHER