George Clooney is, allegedly, desperate to stay away from his wife, Amal Clooney, after months of quarantining with her.
According to Globe, George Clooney couldn’t be more thrilled to be working on his new project because this means he would have more alone time.
“He’s ready to break free after being grounded for so long. George has given up so much to please Amal. Everything from riding motorcycles to drinking with his buddies. Now, the fear is he could slip back into those bad habits without her watching him like a hawk,” the source said.
George Clooney looking forward to his vacation without Amal Clooney
The insider also claimed that George will head back to Hollywood with his wife and kids for the awards season. But he won’t stay with them for very long. After all, the Ocean’s Eleven actor will, allegedly, head to Europe for his solo vacation.
However, Amal couldn’t, allegedly, be more upset with her husband’s plans. The human rights lawyer also, allegedly, found out that George will head to his villa on Lake Como.
“It’s raising eyebrows given that Lake Como was George’s party place in his bachelor days. Amal is being understanding or trying to be, but her place right now is in L.A. with the twins, not gallivanting around the world. The reality is George and Amal could go weeks if not months on their own, and that’ll put them back in the bad place that’s caused a lot of tension,” the source said.
However, one should take the tabloid’s claims with a grain of salt.
Firstly, there’s no proof that George Clooney and Amal ever had problems in their marriage. So, the tabloid’s claims that the actor’s vacation plans will put him and Amal back in a bad place isn’t accurate.
There is also no proof that George wants to break away from his wife. During his previous interviews, George Clooney has been gushing about how wonderful Amal is and how he loves taking care of his family during the pandemic.
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