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George Clooney Has a Thoughtful Reason for Not Giving His Kids "Weird-Ass" Names

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Post by Admin Sat 30 Jan 2021, 13:02

I'm happy with his choice of normal names for his children, right?


https://www.instyle.com/celebrity/george-clooney-didnt-give-kids-weird-ass-names-reason

George Clooney Has a Thoughtful Reason for Not Giving His Kids "Weird-Ass" Names

The actor also opened up about the romantic tradition he and Amal Clooney share.
By Tessa Petak 
Jan 29, 2021 @ 9:04 am



George Clooney wanted to make life for his kids as easy as possible — given the whole famous dad and global and iconic heartthrob thing.

During an interview with AARP the Magazine, Clooney opened up about his worries for his three-year-old twins.

"I didn't want, like, weird-ass names for our kids," he said of his kids Ella and Alexander. "They're already going to have enough trouble. It's hard being the son of somebody famous and successful. Paul Newman's son killed himself. Gregory Peck's son killed himself. Bing Crosby had two sons kill themselves. I have an advantage because I'm so much older that by the time my son would feel competitive, I'll literally be gumming bread."

And because the star isn't a fan of social media, if his children ever get interested in dabbling, he's prepared: "We'll just make fun of it enough that it will be embarrassing."

The ER actor also opened up about how he and his wife, human rights attorney Amal Clooney, keep the romance alive during quarantine — and it involves some old school, hopeless romantic kind of stuff, like love letters.

"Even in lockdown, I'll write a letter and slip it on her desk, or she'll write a letter and leave it under the pillow. I'm a big believer in letter," he told the publication. Even after four years of marriage these two know how to keep the love alive.

He went on to express his love for snail mail in general. "I have letters from Paul Newman, Walter Cronkite, Gregory Peck. I have them framed. I put them in the house. If it were a text, it would feel different. Maybe that's a generational thing, and maybe it won't be that way 20 years from now, but for me, somebody sat down and wrote it."
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