Amal Clooney’s older sister is selling £25 denim and leopard-print face masks amid the growing global threat of Coronavirus.
Tala Alamuddin Le Tallec, who lives in Singapore, has uploaded the offerings to her website Totally Tala alongside fashion-forward pouches for carrying hand sanitiser.
The 47-year-old’s Le Masque collection features denim, camouflage and leopard-print designs in a range of colours.
A blurb says: ‘In our ever-changing world, we’ve got you covered: some comfortable (and chic) coverage goes a long way.’
Health experts have warned that face masks don’t offer sufficient protection against coronvarius, which can still be transmitted through the eyes, while tiny viral particles can still penetrate masks.
The masks are apparently designed to offer a ‘snugger fit’ by specifically moulding to the shape of the face.
It continued: ‘Whatever you’re up to, let’s face it together.’
The mother-of-four is also selling hand sanitiser pouches alongside the masks, with ‘a portion’ of the proceeds donated to The Red Cross Singapore.
Tala’s sister Amal – who married Hollywood actor George Clooney in 2014 – has been spotted in some of her creations.
In 2017, shortly after giving birth to twins Ella and Alexander, she was seen in a pair of earrings designed by her sister.
The pair were born in Beirut, Lebanon, before moving to New York and meeting their husbands.
Last year she was was jailed for three weeks after being caught driving drunk and without insurance or a licence on May 13.
She was fined £3,640 after admitting the charges.
Tala had been driving her husband’s BMW X5 at the time of her arrest. She was at a restaurant with a friend in Singapore and had drunk two glasses of wine and a glass of champagne, a court heard.
She was driving home with the friend in the front passenger seat at around 2.30am when she was stopped by police along Holland Road towards Ulu Pandan.
Staff Sergeant Alvin Lee noticed that Tala appeared to struggle to locate the vehicle’s handbrake and that she smelled of alcohol.
Upon reaching for her bag in the rear passenger seat to retrieve her driving license, Tala reportedly hit the accelerator briefly by accident.
She was then given a breath test by the officer which proved she was over the legal limit, and was arrested.
She reportedly has a previous driving conviction in Singapore, dating back to 2013.