George Clooney and his pregnant-with-twins wife Amal went furniture shopping in Paris. And it's expected the Hollywood royalty couple will cram their new nursery with baby items fit for their new king and queen! Click through Radar's gallery to see where George and Amal went browsing with her big baby bump.
The Clooneys hit France for the Cesar Awards but that's not all they did this weekend. With the coming twins uppermost on their minds, they were spotted shopping for children's furniture in Paris. As Radar readers know, the two are expecting a boy and a girl!
George and Amal went to the store Badou, which boasts lots of kids' furniture, in the St. Germain neighborhood of Paris.
At the Cesar Awards on Friday night, Amal, 39, stole the show by displaying her growing baby bump in a white Versace gown. Meanwhile, Clooney, 55, whose wife is a human rights attorney, slammed President Donald Trump at the event.
As Radar has reported, sources say Clooney and Amal have been fighting about how to raise the twins. "George wants the twins to be born in the United States, where they will have access to the best hospitals in the world," an insider close to the couple told Radar. But the lawyer would rather have her family in England so she can be close to her mom, the source said.
Longtime bachelor Clooney, who married Amal in 2014 long after his first brief marriage, got a reverse-vasectomy so she could have children, sources told Radar.
According to Radar sources, Clooney is going to be a stay-at-home dad -- on diaper duty! And no doubt Clooney gave his opinion to his wife about the baby furniture they looked at in Paris. They will need lots of it with two kids due. Their 17th century mansion in England, which boasts nine bedrooms and eight bathrooms, has reportedly already been baby-proofed.
You read first on RadarOnline that the two were expecting and the actor's excited mom Nina Clooney, 77, told us the gender of the babies: "It will be one of each! Yes, a boy and a girl. That’s what I’ve been told."
Amal intends to get back to her legal work after a six-month maternity leave, Radar has learned, while Clooney will limit his acting roles and focus on producing work which he can mostly do in England, sources said. Then he'll have plenty of time to be a proud papa. And it won't be long now, as the twins are due in June.
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