George Clooney Opens Up For The First Time Over Pregnancy Of Wife Amal, Will No Longer Travel To Dangerous Places
George Clooney and his wife, Amal, are expecting twins and in a recent interview, the actor talked about being a father and what precautions they are making in order to protect their first babies. He assured they will no longer travel to dangerous places due to the nature of their work.
People reported Clooney was interviewed by Paris Match, a French outlet, and the 55-year-old said they decided they will be more responsible in avoiding danger. He added, "I won't go to South Sudan anymore or the Congo, Amal will no longer go to Iraq and she'll avoid places where she knows she isn't welcome."
Amal is a top international human rights lawyer and the 39-year-old recently took on the Islamic State on behalf of her client, Nadia Murad. Amal visited dangerous placed in the past to meet her clients.
In a previous interview, Amal said she and George discuss the clients that she takes such as the human trafficking survivor against the terror group Islamic State. She said she and George talked about it before she accepted the case.
The 55-year-old actor also talked about their plans when it comes to their set-up as to where they will live. George said they would still be living in the United States, Italy and England while the kids are young. However, they will have to choose where to settle down once the kids start school.
George also told the publication he is anxious about the arrival of his twins. He said they are very happy and excited but are also nervous.
He also debunked rumors claiming the genders of their babies are one male and one female. He said he does not know where the rumor started but they have not gotten the chance to know the gender of the babies yet and they do not want to know until the babies will be delivered.
New York Daily News also reported George is not bothered about having babies at his age. He said he drew inspiration from French actor Jean-Paul Belmondo who had a child at the age of 70.
George is in France to receive a career award. The award will be presented at the Cesar ceremony in the country this Friday.