Amal and George Clooney welcome twins Ella and Alexander 06.06.2017

 

 

Amal and George Clooney issue statement after pair welcomed twins Ella and Alexander this morning.

“This morning Amal and George welcomed Ella and Alexander Clooney into their lives. Ella, Alexander and Amal are all healthy, happy and doing fine. George is sedated and should recover in few days.”

George and Amal Clooney

 

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37 thoughts on “Amal and George Clooney welcome twins Ella and Alexander 06.06.2017

  1. Amen! Well my previous post was I have a sneaky feeling they were giving birth this week ;). They picked cute names and can’t wait for the baby pics – I’m sure they will get paid for them and donate to a good cause. Alf Mabrook Em w Abu Alexander :

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  2. What a beautiful wedding photograph of Love & Affection. And SO EXCITED for these little twins who were born on my birthday!!!! YaY! 🙂 So excited to see future pictures of Ella & Alexander and to hear details; who was born first, how much they each weighed, and other good fun stuff. 🙂

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  3. Ha, ha, ha Amal disapears in april with a tiny belly and 2 months later the twins are born. Let me laugh, only someone very naïve will believe that she gave birth to this kids. Check pictures of Rosie Huntington Whitley before the birth of one child (if I’m mentioning Rosie as an example it’s because she is a very thin model). And what do we bet that in a month the press will show us that Amal fully recovered her slim figure. When will someone finally drop the Truth about the surrogate mother. These people are just thinking everybody is stupid and buys their lies.

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    • Do you think that they booked a complete suit at the Kensington Wing of London’s Chelsea and Westminster Hospital if she wasn’t really pregnant ? Currently they didn’t communicate any information about the twins’s weight at their birth or if Amal had a casarean section.

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      • The stories about the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital turned out to be untrue – the Clooneys’ rep confirmed to the Daily Mail that the twins were actually born at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital in London (the same place where the royals have their babies, so there are obviously VIP accommodations there). If the tabloids could figure out which hospital the twins were born at, then obviously they would’ve caught on to whether or not there was a surrogate involved.

        Amal was pregnant, I think she just didn’t feel comfortable with everyone seeing her put on a lot of weight, so she stayed out of the public eye during her last trimester, which is usually when most of the weight is gained (and is when it’s most important to gain weight, because that’s when the babies really start to put on weight). People sure do love a conspiracy theory, though.

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  4. Although she disappeared from her friends the paparazzi she was definitely pregnant. There’s a photo of her going through the security scanners at JFK. If she was wearing a prosthetic belly it would have been visible in the x-ray. I’m sure the airport staff would have shared that with the media. Unless they were already paid off…

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    • Pippa: Paid off? I do not know what kind of work you do by TSA are federal employees who are bound by their contract not to reveal anything personal about anyone.

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  5. no info on how the surrogate mother is??

    no way was amal pregnant with twins in the last posting before this one, taking a walk in the country …. even for a single baby her bump would have been a small one. unless she is a kangaroo, of course. check out wiki on how big kanga-babies are at birth.

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    • Old Rosa: How could you possibly know what Amal looked like the last 3 months of her pregnancy to even suggest she was not pregnant with twins? Your post is what perpetuates gossip.

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      • Amal was pregnant. She just didn’t want to be photographed looking anything other than thin so she and George and their PR decided to go into #paplockdowntillbabyweightisgone.

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      • Jackson, allow me to disagree with you. Amal has never been pregnant and the real father comes from Mars!

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      • Jackson give it a rest. You needle everyone on this site. If you do not respect their opinion, then don’t respond. You have no manners and this has gone on for years.

        As for appearance, this is a fashion site. No one is having a deep intellectual discussion. We comment on clothes, bags, shoes and accessories.

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  6. I realize I’m kind of late to be saying this now, but it’s still exciting news: Congratulations to George and Amal – I’m so glad that everyone is healthy, and I’m sure that George and Amal must be very, very happy (and probably very tired!). And I absolutely love the names Ella and Alexander.

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    • Soos- Your comment is just gossip and I just do not understand how it fits with Nati’s post on the birth of Amal and George’s twins.

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      • What part of confirmed don’t u understand Jackson – bish I said confirmed. Not gossip – and this is a blog about Amal including her style – instead of you thanking me for giving you one of Amal’s beauty secrets you as always chime in with ridiculous comments –

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  7. Soos- Nati’s entry was about the birth of the babies, not about Amal’s eyebrows. I do not believe what you reported and do not understand what your post has to do with the announcement of the babies. Give it a rest and enjoy the birth of the babies.

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    • Jackson – make up your mind when we post about anything NOT style related regardless what the original entry is about you freak out and say this is only about style why are we mentioning anything personal. And now when we have a post about her personal matters and mention style you freak out bish stop

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  8. There is NO WAY Amal Clooney gave birth to any babies. Highly suspicious Amal hid for over a month and poof! Two babies appear. I don’t believe Amal carried twins for a minute!!

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