The Twins, According to Amal Clooney, Think of Their Father as  “The Funniest Person They’ve Ever Met…”

George Clooney is making the most of this period in his life, in which his children consider him to be cool.

In an interview on Saturday night as one of the recipients of the 2022 Kennedy Center Honors, the Ticket to Paradise actor, who is 61 years old, spoke about what he and his wife Amal Clooney’s twin children, Ella and Alexander, who are 5 years old, thought about his most recent accomplishment.

He stated that with a giggle and added, “They’re 5, so right now I am golden.”

“They claim that ‘Papa can heal anything,'” Amal made the observation, therefore validating the feeling, “he is the funniest guy they have ever encountered in addition to being able to fix all of their issues.”

Clooney continued by saying, “We know things will change, but right now I’m great.”

The human rights attorney, who is 44 years old, participated in a panel discussion in New York City in October to launch the “Get Her There” campaign. During her time on the panel, she discussed how her twin children, Ella and Alexander, motivate her to continue working in the field of advocacy.

Amal revealed to her fellow panelists Michelle Obama and Melinda French Gates that the “true motivating reason” behind her work with the Clooney Foundation for Justice is her children.

In spite of the fact that Amal’s small children aren’t “exactly on top of current events,” the attorney’s son Alexander has noticed that his mother has been quite active in advocacy work recently.

She proceeded by saying, “I do wonder about in a few years when they’re above the age of 5 when they start to learn about some of these problems that we’re talking about and what’s happening in the world.”

“You are aware that when people question us, “What actions have you taken in response to this? What are your thoughts on it in general? I have given some consideration to what my response will be, and I have high hopes that it will be an effective one.”

When George was interviewed in September at the Roybal School of Film and Television Production Magnet in Los Angeles to promote the magnet school he built in the city, he was questioned about the possibility of the twins pursuing careers in the performing industry.

George said that there were no limits placed on what their kids could accomplish. “I have a hunch that they’re a bit brighter than me, so it’s likely that they’ll accomplish anything; on the other hand, they already know three languages, whilst I’m still trying to improve my English.”

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