Hollywood hunk George Clooney and his lawyer wife Amal have returned to their luxurious holiday home in Italy so they can celebate their twins’ joint birthday in style. The couple have reportedly even taken along the family dog for the trip
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George Clooney and his wife Amal have reportedly jet off to Italy's Lake Como to kick start birthday celebrations for their twins' fourth birthday.
The US actor, 60, whisked his wife Amal, 43, and children to their luxurious Italian Villa to throw their twins, Ella and Alexander, the sweetest birthday bash.
A source told E! Online the family haven't been able to get back to their beloved holiday home, Villa Oleandra, in two years due to coronavirus travel restrictions.
The insider added that they brought along the family dog, and plan to spend most of the summer there.
The inside added: "They brought along their giant St. Bernard puppy, Rosie. They will be spending as much of the summer as they can in Lake Como."
George Clooney and his wife Amal have reportedly headed to Italy to celebrate their twins' birthdays
George previously opened up on how 2020 had gone for him, admitting it was a "c**ppy year" but he felt luck to have been able to spend time in a lovely home with his family.
He told The Guardian : "This has been a c**ppy year for everyone. Started badly and ran badly all year long, until recently…
"But I'm very lucky. I ended up having a successful career. I wound up living in a home with some space in it. We can walk around outside."
The couple own a lavish villa on Lake Como
George also admitted he had been worrying a lot about his son Alexander's health as the tot has been diagnosed with asthma.
He added: "My son has asthma. They say it's [Covid-19]not so bad on young people. But do we know that? We don't know anything about the long-term of this yet."
The actor didn't become a dad until he was 56, and he's admitted meeting his wife and becoming a dad has given him a new sense of purpose.
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He told the Today show: "There are some people, their goal was…I have to have children. Mine wasn't.
"I wasn't looking at life, going: 'My life will be unfulfilled without children.' I felt like I had a pretty full life.
"Then I met Amal and realised that my life had been pretty empty. And then when you throw these two kids in there, then suddenly you realise how incredibly empty it was."