George Clooney is, allegedly, planning on quitting Hollywood to become a full-time dad to his twins.
According to Life & Style, George Clooney is having a blast at being a dad to Alexander and Ella.
In fact, he’s, allegedly, been telling friends that he might consider quitting Hollywood altogether so he could spend more time with his children.
“He tells friends he contemplates leaving Hollywood to become a full-time parent all of the time. Those children are his number one priority these days, not work,” the source said.
George Clooney loves being a dad
During a previous interview, Clooney gushed over being a dad at 56. He said that fatherhood is something that he didn’t see coming.
The Ocean’s Eleven star also said that being a dad is very fulfilling. However, the actor never said anything about quitting Hollywood.
George Clooney, Amal Clooney feuding over Kendall Jenner
This isn’t the only rumor that’s been surrounding Clooney recently. Just last week, New Idea claimed that Amal Clooney is upset with her husband for refusing to defend Kendall Jenner.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star faced backlash after she was accused of appropriating Mexican culture following the launch of her tequila brand.
However, when Clooney launched his liquor brand, he didn’t face the same scrutiny. As such, Amal, allegedly, wants George Clooney to defend the reality TV star.
“She wants George to step in and stick up for Kendall, but he’s refusing. The entire situation has caused friction. Amal is a staunch feminist and feels Kendall is being unfairly targeted and that her husband should be a good ally and just speak up,” the source said.
More feud rumors
In January, Globe claimed that the Clooneys were on the brink of a divorce due to the actor’s parents.
“George’s parents are getting up in age. His dad, Nick is 86, and his mom, Nina is 82. And he feels it’s his duty to have them move out from their home in Kentucky and live with them in LA. He also thinks it would be great for the twins, Ella and Alexander, who are three, to be around grandparents more,” the source said.
However, none of the tabloid’s claims about Amal and George Clooney are correct.
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