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George Clooney Shares Laugh out Loud Morning Routine With 4 Son

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George Clooney Updates: George Clooney never imagined himself as a father at the beginning of his life, but now his children are the light of his life. The actor, 60, who shares 4-year-old twins Ella and Alexander with wife Amal Clooney, revealed the journey of becoming a father through the Marc Maron podcast on WTF.

They have ideas, they are fun, and they pull pranks on me, ”the star said of both. Alexander would knock on my bedroom door at eight o’clock every morning. I’m going to say, ‘Who is it?’ And he goes on to say, ‘That’s me, Alexander Clooney.’ When he opens the door, Alexander jumps inside, which makes his father laugh out loud.

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They make me laugh. I laugh every day. They are very funny kids, said the Oscar winner. George and Amal did not discuss children when they got married in 2014 but said the Midnight Sky director did not even see himself getting married and becoming a father. Within a year of marriage, George revealed a conversation that changed his mind when he was spending time with a child who was “noisy and disgusting” at a friend’s house.

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We went out for a walk. She never thought about it, George said about Amalie. And she said, ‘We are very lucky in life.’ I said, ‘Yeah, we’re lucky to have found each other.’ And she said, ‘Looks like I should share that luck with someone else.’ If you are inside, I am inside. And then she told me that I  think we should or we will try.

The Oceans XI actor was surprised by his reaction. I have to say that, it was more and more emotional because I was so confident life was mine and it was more comfortable, he said. Having twins is another surprise. Go and say, ‘This is a boy!’ I go, ‘Baby? Wonderful! ‘ Then, ‘Another girl!’ I go, he recalled, initially saying he wanted to have twins after being in the news.

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