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George Clooney and his wife Amal have denied reports that they are expecting another child.
Rumours had been circling recently that actor George and lawyer Amal were due to welcome another baby soon and had told their family and friends, but a spokesperson for the couple has denied the reports.
In a statement to The Mirror, a representative for the couple said: "Stories saying that Amal Clooney is pregnant are not true."
George and Amal are already parents to twins Ella and Alexander, who they welcomed in 2017. The couple met in 2013 and married a year later in a ceremony in Italy.
George has previously spoken about how delighted he was to find love with Amal, saying that he has "never been happier in a relationship by any stretch of the imagination".
The actor recently addressed the question of whether he would ever reprise his role as Batman, a superhero who he played in the divisive Batman & Robin movie in 1997, and it doesn't sound particularly likely.
"It's funny – you'll notice they didn't call me! Somehow I didn't get that call. They did not ask for my nipples," he joked. "Listen, there are certain things you never know. This one, I know."
He has even admitted that he thought he was "terrible" in the movie, revealing that he thinks it is important to be honest about your "shortcomings".
"When I say Batman & Robin's a terrible film, I always go, 'I was terrible in it.' Because I was, number one," he said.
"But also because then it allows you the ability to say, 'Having said I sucked in it, I can also say that none of these other elements worked, either.' You know? Lines like 'Freeze, Freeze!'"
Thankfully, that hasn't stopped the actor from going on to win two Academy Awards, amongst a host of other accolades.
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