Amal Clooney She’s preg­nant again!

Golden cou­ple George and Amal can’t wait to be par­ents again

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George Clooney’s wish to be­come a fa­ther again has been granted, if our lat­est pho­tos of his wife Amal are any­thing to go by! The usu­ally in­cred­i­bly lean hu­man rights lawyer was seen en­joy­ing a sweet date night in Sar­dinia, Italy, last week. And judg­ing by the tiny baby bump on dis­play in her fig­ure­hug­ging dress, the pair have plenty to cel­e­brate!


As Woman’s Day has re­ported, George fell in love with fa­ther­hood when he be­came a dad at the age of 56, and im­me­di­ately be­gan push­ing 40-year-old Amal for “just one more”.

And ac­cord­ing to wit­nesses din­ing at the Il Marino di Pun­tal­dia, the cou­ple looked more in love than ever as they en­joyed a ro­man­tic din­ner – two days be­fore their twins Alexan­der and Ella turned one.

“Amal has been seen around here a few times and she’s al­ways been waif-like – un­less she’s preg­nant,” re­ports a lo­cal. “She wasn’t mak­ing any at­tempt to hide her belly. If any­thing, she seemed proud of it. She was ab­so­lutely glow­ing,” the lo­cal adds.

Sources say George, 57, was the epit­ome of a dot­ing date, lead­ing Amal by the hand into the re restau­rant and to their wait­ing ta­ble. “George seemed ex­tra pro­tec­tive of her, ask­ing if she’d had enough to eat and al­ways mak­ing sure he her wa­ter was topped up,” a fel­low di diner noted. “I didn’t see her drink any al­co­hol, ev even though George en­joyed a red w wine or two. The cou­ple seemed to be in a cel­e­bra­tory mood.” The new pic­tures fol­low Amal’s ap ap­pear­ance at Prince Harry and D Duchess Meghan’s wed­ding last m month, where she wore a stun­ning y yet tummy-hid­ing pe­plum frock. “If that’s a baby bump, Amal would h have wanted to do the re­spect­ful th thing and hide it, so as to not take th the spotlight from the bride,” says a close friend of the cou­ple.

‘Amal’s al­ways been waif-like – un­less she’s preg­nant’

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