Don Cheadle thinks that the "Money Monster" star George Clooney will make a "terrible parent." Meanwhile, Julie Chen waited for a month to confirm that George and Amal Clooney are expecting twins.
Don Cheadle, 52, attended the Universal Music Group's 2017 Grammy afterparty in Los Angeles last Sunday, US Weekly reported. In the said event, George Clooney's "Ocean's Eleven" co-star commented about his pending fatherhood to twins.
"He's going to be a terrible parent, and we're going to have to handle that for him. We're going to take the kids," said Don Cheadle. "As soon as the kids come out, send them to us or they're going to be ruined."
Well, before fans react, the pair is good friends and Don Cheadle admits that he is very happy for George Clooney. He was clearly just poking fun at his pal. In fact, he added that he keeps the baby news to himself because they keep each other's secrets.
Meanwhile, is George Clooney and Amal's pregnancy really a secret. Per Hello magazine, Julie Chen heard about the bay news and waited for a month to reveal it.
Julie Chen saw George Clooney and Amal Clooney where the pair casually mentioned that they were expecting twins. The "The Descendants" star played down the news and this made Chen felt that it's not something she should tell anybody.
However, when she asked her husband Leslie Moonves, who happened to know George Clooney for long, he gave her the green light. Per Leslie, pregnancy news is something that needs to be celebrated and Amal Clooney is already past 12 weeks. In fact, she's due in June.
George Clooney's close friends, including Matt Damon, is also aware of the upcoming twins. In fact, the "The Martian" star was informed when Amal Clooney was just eight weeks along. It was him who informed George about the 12-weeks rule. George and Amal's friends are very happy for them and they are sure that the pair will be great parents to their twins.
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