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he lied.He promised us (all of us, with the possible exception of a few cocktail waitresses) that he wouldn t ever get married.And yet on Saturday the 53-year-old Hollywood idol broke that vow when he made another, to Amal Alamuddin, his 36-year-old human rights lawyer bride.Aside from the piqued question What has she got that we don t?Answer: everything and the legs of an impala) we must try our best to get along with her because that s what George would want.So let s try this perspective on for size; we ve not lost a heart throb; we ve gained a new global cover girl.Alamuddin (I don t think any of us is ready to call her Mrs C at this early stage) is just the sort of woman we need to grace magazine covers and model couture frocks.This is not just because, in Darwinian terms, life is all about survival of the fittest.And she is most incontrovertibly the fittest, but because she is terribly clever, too.So when our daughters say: Mummy, who is that glamorous woman on the front of Vogue and why are you drawing a moustache on her?We can reply: This is a fiercely intelligent woman who worked very hard at school and excelled at university.She speaks lots of languages and is a leading international barrister and campaigns to end sexual violence in conflict and is a member of a multi-disciplinary team of experts set up by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.She may be a complete hottie, but it was by virtue of her Rolls-Royce mind that she has captured the heart of the only man I ever truly loved and want.