Are George Clooney and Amal Clooney having their twins participate in their vow renewal ceremony? That's what one of the tabloids is claiming. Considering that the spouses aren't renewing their vows, Gossip Cop can confirm that the answer is no.
According to the National Enquirer, however, the Clooneys are getting married again to celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary. An alleged insider tells the outlet, "George wants Amal and the world to see how committed he is to spending the rest of their lives together," adding that the couple's "second wedding" will be held at their Los Angeles home.
The supposed source goes on to say that George was disappointed that many of his A-list pals couldn't make his Italian wedding in 2014, so he's going to "set that right" by organizing a star-studded affair. The guest list, says the questionable tipster, will comprise of Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston, Sandra Bullock and Julia Roberts, just to name a few stars.
The seemingly imaginary insider further contends that George and Amal want to "show off" their two-year-old twins during the ceremony, so the kids will be "front and center" during the nuptials. "He wants them to join in the fun and make it a long weekend of celebration," adds the suspicious source.
The tabloid's bogus story went to print shortly before George and Amal celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary on September 27. The narrative has since been proven false. In reality, the Clooneys celebrated their anniversary in New York City by grabbing dinner with longtime friends Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber. The following day, George and Amal were once again spotted together in New York. The spouses weren't in Los Angeles at all during their anniversary weekend, and most certainly didn't hold a vow renewal ceremony at their house.
Earlier this month, Gossip Cop busted Heat for making up a similar story about George and Amal renewing their vows for their fifth anniversary. That article didn't focus on the couple's twins, but instead claimed they'd be using the ceremony as a way of getting Pitt and Aniston back together. A source close to the situation assured us the premise wasn't true when it first emerged, and that's become even more apparent in the time since.
Meanwhile, the Enquirer can't keep its narratives straight when it comes to the couple's marriage. In July, Gossip Cop busted the tabloid for wrongly alleging George and Amal were having a marriage crisis because the actor had a secret love child. Just one month prior, the unreliable outlet claimed Amal stormed out on George and took their twins with her. The tabloid is now ignoring those fictitious divorce scenarios in a favor of an equally untrue one involving a vow renewal.
Gossip Cop has determined this story is totally false.