George Clooney and Amal Clooney are not having another set of twins after overcoming supposed marriage problems, despite a false tabloid report. Gossip Cop can debunk the story. The human rights lawyer isn't pregnant and the couple's relationship was never in trouble.
According to Life & Style, Amal is expecting again a little more than two years after giving birth to twins Ella and Alexander. The magazine insists that the attorney was sporting a baby bump when she was photographed outside the couple's Lake Como estate last month. An alleged insider tells the outlet that George is "overjoyed to become a dad again," but also nervous about the idea of "looking after two sets of twins under three."
The supposed source goes on to say that the baby news has brought George and Amal "closer together" following a "rocky period" during which they were spending time apart due to conflicting schedules. "He's traveling less frequently to LA and they went through couple's counseling, which has helped improve communication," adds the questionable tipster. "They're not arguing as much. It seems like a spark has been reignted in their marriage."
From there, the unreliable outlet provides ridiculous details about how the couple's famous friends will help welcome their new twins. "George has jokingly asked buddy Brad Pitt to be his manny," says the unknown insider, adding that Meghan Markle and Michelle Obama are planning a baby shower for Amal, while Barack Obama is going to be the kids' godfather.
The tabloid's report, which is based on claims from an untraceable "insider," is complete fiction. George's rep, who's qualified to speak on the actor's behalf, confirms on the record that he's not excepting a second set of twins. The movie star's spokesperson also refutes the notion that he was having marital problems prior to a nonexistent pregnancy.
Here's what's really happening. Life & Style has been alleging for quite some time that the Clooneys are getting divorced, which obviously hasn't happened. Instead of acknowledging it got the story wrong, the magazine is trying to backpedal by claiming the spouses "overcame" their problems. It's a cheap tactic used by the tabloids to weasel their way out of fake narratives.
In June 2018, for example, Gossip Cop busted the magazine for falsely claiming George and Amal were getting a divorce while also having a third baby on the way. Neither aspect of the report was remotely true. In October of last year, the publication wrongly reported that Amal had "dumped" George on their fourth wedding anniversary. And this past February, the outlet made up a story about George and Amal being headed for both a divorce and a custody battle.
In reality, the spouses remain happily married. It's also worth noting, the Clooneys have said in several different interviews that they're not having any more children. This hasn't prevented other magazines from making up similar stories about George and Amal having twins again, as Star did just last month. This ongoing saga about the couple's marriage and family plans is nonsense.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.