George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Face $200 Million Divorce Over Baby Plans

By DV Pre | 2 years ago
George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Face $200 Million Divorce Over Baby Plans

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have officially called it quits. The couple are now facing a $200 million divorce according to In Touch magazine. Read on for further details.

Four months after their marriage and George and Amal had thrown in the towel. Just when we thought someone finally snagged the most notorious bachelor in Hollywood.


According to In Touch, trouble in paradise first began when the couple started talking about starting a family. Despite his reputation, George has always been vocal about wanting to have kids. Back in a 2006 interview with People magazine, the “Oceans Eleven” actor says she thinks having children was the “biggest responsibility” one could ever have. He added that he used to have doubts about wanting children but that had changed over time.

Moreover, Us Weekly reported that even Amal’s father, Ramzi Alamuddin, was pressuring the couple to start having babies.

Perhaps the human rights lawyer wants to focus on her career at the moment. Maybe she wants to take it slow since they’ve only been married for approximately four months.

Whatever her reason is, husband George is not happy to be waiting in the sidelines. Especially given his touching Golden Globes acceptance speech where he declared that he was “proud to be Amal’s husband.”

“It’s a humbling thing when you find someone to love, even better if you’ve been waiting your whole life. And when your whole life is 53 years,” he added jokingly.

If George and Amal don’t fix their marriage soon, they could be facing a very expensive divorce, worth a staggering $200 million to be exact. And nobody wants that.

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