Sunday, 12 February 2017

George Clooney's mother "extremely happy" after baby news

Nice of the writer to mention George's father. No doubt he was also over the moon. Possible headline: Clooney's parents both over the moon.

What a ridiculous and immature comment. George Clooney is an older first-time Dad at 55 but hardly ancient. When his children are 10 he will only be 65 years old and probably still acting. I don't know too many 65 year olds, or even 70 year olds, who are in rest homes.

George Clooney's mother has expressed her joy at the news her son and his wife Amal Clooney are expecting twins.

Nina Clooney told Us Weekly on Friday her 55-year-old son and the human-rights lawyer will be "great" parents, after it was announced the couple are expanding their brood.

"We are extremely happy for George and Amal, and I cannot imagine two people who would be better parents," Nina said. "We (Nina and husband Nick Clooney) were with them and they told us together. We were all together, and it was lovely. It was just a personal moment."

The Clooneys have yet to confirm the baby news, which comes one week after the couple celebrated Amal's 39th birthday in Spain, along with Clooney's parents.

Nina, who is also mother to the Ocean's Eleven star's sister Adelia, has every faith her son and Amal will tackle their new parenting challenge head-on.

"I think he'll be great, and I think she'll be a great mum," she told Us Weekly.

The 39-year-old's pregnancy news was announced by Julie Chen on US chat show The Talk on Thursday, who also revealed the babies are due to arrive in June. "Beyonce is not the only superstar expecting twins. Congratulations are in order for George and Amal Clooney!" Chen said.

The news was then confirmed on Friday by Clooney's longtime friend Matt Damon, who said he had been keeping the couple's baby news secret for months.

Clooney told Damon his big news on the set of their latest movie collaboration Suburbicon last year. "I was working with him last fall and he pulled me aside on set and I mean, I almost started crying," the actor told TV show ET Canada.

"I was so happy for him. I was like, 'How far along is she?' And he goes, 'Eight weeks'."

Damon then reprimanded his pal for telling him the news before the end of his wife's first trimester, when baby's are considered safe from harm.

"(I said), 'Are you out of your mind? Don't tell anybody else! Don't tell anybody else! Don't you know the 12-week rule?'" Damon recalls.

"I'm thrilled for him," he added. "She's amazing. He hit the jackpot. Just on every level. She is a remarkable woman. They're gonna be great. They're gonna be awesome parents. Those kids are lucky."

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