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George Clooney Wanted To Keep Twins’ First Dirty Diapers?

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George Clooney Twins Diapers

By Holly Nicol |

George Clooney Twins Diapers

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Did George Clooney really want to keep his twins’ first dirty diapers? That’s the claim from one of this week’s tabloids. Gossip Cop can correct this bizarre story, which we’re told is “not true.”

The ridiculous allegation comes courtesy of Star. As Gossip Cop reported, Clooney and his wife Amal welcomed Ella and Alexander in June. Now, the publication claims the “sentimental” and “hands-on-daddy” was so “over the moon” after the birth of his twins that he asked to keep their first pair of used diapers. A so-called “source” allegedly tells the outlet, “It seemed like one of the stars’ infamous practical jokes, but no one was completely sure if he was kidding, not even Amal.”

Let Gossip Cop set the record straight on this absurd tale. A source assures us the report is 100 percent “not true.” While it’s true that Clooney is a proud and hands-on dad, he certainly did not want to keep his twins’ first dirty diapers, contrary to the tabloid’s ludicrous and inaccurate story. Frankly, the magazine is more full of it than Clooney’s kids’ diapers.

Of course, here at Gossip Cop, we’re not remotely surprised by the outlet’s fabricated article since Star doesn’t exactly have the best track record when it comes to accurate reporting on the actor. For example, we corrected the publication in September when it falsely claimed Amal banned Clooney from the bedroom because she was allegedly tired of him constantly hanging around her and the twins. And in May, we called out the magazine when it wrongly alleged in another phony story that Clooney was going to spend $1 million on the delivery of his twin babies. Much like those untrue articles, this latest one stinks worse than a baby’s diaper.

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