Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney recently celebrated their first wedding anniversary. Clearly, it was also the night of opportunity for the paparazzi, waiting to capture the couple together. But, it looks like they got more than they bargained for as the human rights lawyer accidentally flashed her panties in a very embarrassing wardrobe malfunction.

Amal was out on a wild night out with husband George in LA to celebrate their first wedding anniversary with their friends on 3 October. The couple was joined by Damon and his wife Luciana Barroso, Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber at the Electric Cinema in Notting Hill.

But at the end of the evening, as the 37-year-old barrister made her way into the car, waiting to be joined by George, she unintentionally revealed her underwear in a very embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, reported OK! Magazine.

The report said Amal, who wore a red overcoat on top of a floral dress with black pantyhose and underwear for their date night, lifted both her legs while trying to get into the backseat of the car and ended up exposing her undergarment.

After looking at the pictures, many fans thought that Amal might have been under the influence of alcohol, when the goof-up happened. But as soon as she realised, Amal reportedly covered up her face after the embarrassing reveal, before she was joined by Mr Clooney inside the car.

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Well, this is not the first time Amal Clooney has had an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction like this. Back in August this year, the lawyer made heads turn when she flashed her white briefs, underneath her glittery golden party dress.

Amal was out with George Clooney at a bash to launch his new tequila in Ibiza. For the occasion, Amal decided to let go off her formal classy looks for a glittering party dress. Though Mrs Clooney flaunted her svelte figure in a golden sequinned Vionnet cowl neck dress as she walked hand-in-hand with her husband, camera flashes could not save her from flashing her white panties under her dress.