Amal Clooney may be expecting a third baby! And while congratulations aren’t in order just yet, reports are buzzing about George Clooney’s beautiful wife. They claim the human rights lawyer is pregnant and that she’s already past her first trimester.
Twins are enough to handle, especially for a 60-year-old actor and his 43-year-old wife. But that may not be a deterrent for the stunning couple. According to The Daily Mail, an insider revealed that the Clooney family is expecting another baby.
The insider claimed that during a small dinner party they threw in their Italian villa on July 4, George and Amal told their close friends that she is pregnant. While this isn’t concrete evidence, there have been other hints that the third baby is on the way.
In a picture of the pair in Lake Como, Amal Clooney can be seen wearing a form-fitting white dress. From the right angle, it does seem like she is sporting a baby bump. This would corroborate the OK! report that Amal is pregnant and past her first trimester. A source told the publication that “she’s already starting to show, so soon enough, everyone will know.”
The report has not been confirmed by George Clooney’s reps and the family has not commented on the pregnancy rumors. But that hasn’t stopped people from speculating that the celebrity couple is having a third baby, with some reports claiming Amal Clooney is carrying another set of twins.
“George was giddy with excitement and couldn’t wait to tell everyone,” an insider shared of the alleged news. They continued, saying the announcement “was met with well-wishes all around. George was so proud, and Amal was glowing.”
George and Amal Clooney already have twins – and George has gray hair to prove it! Ella and Alexander arrived in June 2017, though George previously admitted that he wasn’t expecting to have one, let alone two.
“We never talked about having kids, and one day we said, ‘What do you think?’ And then we go to the doctor and you do the ultrasound and they’re like, ‘You got a baby boy!’ and I was like, ‘Baby boy, fantastic!’” That bliss didn’t last long, however. George admitted that it didn’t stop at one.
“And they go, ‘And you got another one there,’” George Clooney said in an interview on CBS This Morning. “I was up for one. Again, I’m old. All of a sudden, it’s two. It’s hard to get me to not talk, and I just stood there for, like, 10 minutes just staring at this piece of paper going, ‘What? Two?’”
Four years later, George and Amal couldn’t be happier when they announced the news of their little ones. It was an unexpected turn in life, but it has taken them down a path they absolutely adore. In the interview, the actor explained that he didn’t expect to have kids at all, but that he “found the right person to have them with.”
“There are some people, their goal was: ‘I have to have children.’ Mine wasn’t… I wasn’t looking at life, going: ‘My life will be unfulfilled without children.’ I felt like I had a pretty full life. Then I met Amal and realized that my life had been pretty empty. And then we throw these two kids in there and suddenly you realize how incredibly empty it was and, you know, it fills it all up. It makes it fun.”
Amal felt a little different than George did. In an interview with SimpleMost, Amal Clooney said that babies were “the one thing in life that I think is the biggest determinant of happiness, and it’s the thing you have the least control over.”
Despite being adamant about wanting children, Amal Clooney never thought she’d get the chance. “It wasn’t obvious that it was going to happen for me,” she admitted in her interview. “And I wasn’t willing or excited about the idea of getting married or having a family in the absence of that.”
The dashing father of twins gushed about his family life. “[Fatherhood] gives a sense of belonging,” he told CBS This Morning. It gives “a sense of home and the unconditional love, all the things that you were hoping you could get from a really good career and a dog. You realize that this is a lot more than that.”
George also believes that having the twins was a blessing in disguise. He said in March that ”I don’t think anyone is ever going to say at the end of the day ‘God, I wish we’d done two more interesting films’ rather than ‘God, I’m really glad I spent this time with my kids or I did this with my kids.”