George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin Preparing For Babies' Arrival, Friends Offer Wishes And Tips To Raising Twins

By Amanda Moore, Parent Herald February 16, 04:00 am
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The Clooneys, George and Amal, are preparing the nursery for their twins who are due in June.
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George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Clooney are going to become parents to twins in a few months following nearly three years of marriage. The pair has started preparing for the babies' arrival and friends have offered their good wishes as well as some tips to raising twins.

Romper reports that the Clooneys will no doubt raise their twins to be empowered children. With George's years of work as a philanthropist and Amal's track record as a human rights lawyer, the world expects their kids to be taught values like compassion, empathy and the drive for what they do.

The Clooneys are renovating and adding a nursery to their house in England for the babies' arrival. The couple bought the mansion with nine bedrooms shortly after they married in 2014, but they also have properties in Los Angeles and Lake Como, Italy.

There will be no nannies for the twins, according to a source via Us Weekly. Amal's mother, Baria Alamuddin, will be helping the couple with the babies.

Another source told People that George is both excited and nervous about having twins and being a first-time parent. Friends of the Clooneys have offered their good wishes for the power couple.

Cindy Crawford told her friends to enjoy parenthood. She seemed relieved the pregnancy has been announced in public since she kept this a secret for months, according to Harper's Bazaar.

Denzel Washington, who has gone through raising twin babies who are now adults, told Amal to get a lot of sleep before the twins are born. "Because you won't be sleeping then!" the actor said, according to Entertainment Tonight.

As her baby is growing, Amal hasn't stopped working. She has, however, minimized travels to dangerous places in line with her work. George, on the other hand, is planning to slow down at work when the babies are born.

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