George And Amal Clooney NOT Expecting Baby, Despite Tabloid’s “Pregnant” Claim

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Amal Clooney Pregnant George Baby

By Michael Lewittes

EXCLUSIVE

Amal Clooney Pregnant George Baby

(OK!)

Amal and George Clooney are not expecting a baby, despite a new report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk the claim that she’s “pregnant” and “14 weeks along.” A rep for Clooney tells Gossip Cop the latest tale is completely untrue.

According to OK!, at the October 27 premiere of Our Brand Is Crisis, “Observers noticed what looked like the very beginning of a baby bump.” The tabloid alleges it has a “source” who confirms “she’s pregnant.” That same supposed “source” says Amal is “so tiny that she’s barely showing,” and even though she’s past three months, “she’ll probably be able to hide it for a while.” “The pair don’t plan to announce the pregnancy for at least another month, maybe even longer,” adds the magazine’s fake “source.”

Here’s what’s going on: OK! uses phrases like, “She’ll probably be able to hide it for a while” and “the pair don’t plan to announce the pregnancy for at least another month, maybe even longer,” all in the hope that its readers will forget in a few months how the tabloid is, once again, 100 percent wrong about Amal being pregnant.

Unfortunately for the magazine, Gossip Cop has a very long memory (and detailed archives). For instance, Gossip Cop has not forgotten about the July 2014 cover in which OK! exclaimed, “George & Amal: Wedding & A Baby!” In that story from 17 months ago, the tabloid said unequivocably that the human rights attorney was “three months pregnant.” Nor has Gossip Cop forgotten the OK! cover from April 2015, which is well more than the “14 weeks” Amal is supposedly along in her pregnancy. That story from 29 weeks ago declared, “George: I’m Finally Going To Be A Dad!”

The rest of the current tripe from the tabloid is about how George constantly asks his wife “whether she’s eating” enough, how they haven’t found out “the baby’s gender yet,” and how because of their busy careers they’ll rely on the baby’s alleged godparents, Matt Damon, and Amal’s sister, Tala Alamuddin. It should also be noted that no one else who attended the Our Brand Is Crisis premiere reported or even thought Amal looked remotely pregnant.

In any event, much like a baby’s diaper, the OK! story stinks and is full of crap. A rep for Clooney exclusively tells Gossip Cop, “The story is made up.”

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