George Clooney's human rights lawyer wife Amal feels a "certain responsibility" being in the public eye but wants to use her newfound fame for "good".
George Clooney’s human rights lawyer wife Amal feels a “certain responsibility” being in the public eye but wants to use her newfound fame for “good”.
The human rights lawyer, 37, said she feels a “certain responsibility” since being thrust into the spotlight thanks to her relationship with actor Clooney, reported E!Online.
“I think it’s wonderful that celebrities would choose to spend their time or energy or, you know, the spotlight that they have to raise awareness about these causes. I don’t really see myself in the same way because I’m still doing the same job that I used to do before.
“If there’s more attention paid – for whatever reason – to that, then I think that’s good. I think there is a certain responsibility that comes with that. And you know, I think I’m exercising it in an appropriate manner by continuing to do this kind of work.”