George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin were joined by friends including Bono, Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford at their engagement party in Malibu last night (11.05.14).
The 'Monuments Men' actor - who proposed to the human rights lawyer at home last month - and his new fiancee were joined by a number of celebrity friends at Malibu's Cafe Habana last night (11.05.14) to toast their impending nuptials.
And despite the famous gathering, the group were happy for the eatery to still be open to patrons wanting a Mother's Day meal, and one onlooker said the restaurant - which is owned by Rande - was very busy.
The source told E! News: ''People got a show they didn't expect and other [restaurant patrons] said it was the best Mother's Day ever.''
The happy couple were described as looking ''refreshed and relaxed'' and favoured casual attire for the bash, with George
teaming a blue shirt with jeans and his bride-to-be wearing a green t-shirt and floral shorts.
The evening wasn't the first time the couple have celebrated their engagement, as it was previously reported that the night after George proposed, the pair celebrated their happy news with friends at Craig's restaurant in Los Angeles, and onlookers say they were ''just beaming''.
And the following night Amal happily showed off her ring to pals including Cindy and Rande at Nobu in Malibu.
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