Amal Clooney's parents 'over the moon'

George and Amal Clooney welcome birth of twins

Human rights barrister Amal Clooney and hubby George have welcomed a baby boy and a baby girl into the world.

Social media lit up with congratulatory messages and "Ella and Alexander" was among the top trending topics on Twitter in the United States.

George Clooney and Amal Clooney have officially become parents! E!

Actress-turned-activist Mia Farrow also expressed her happiness, writing "Wishing??Ella and Alexander??".

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Photos of the Clooney twins have not yet been released.

George Clooney is on a small cloud filled with happiness, joy, and hope: his wife Amal Clooney gave birth this Tuesday, June 6 in the morning to two children, named Ella and Alexander, announced the spokesman of the " Actor at People magazine.

The twins are the first children of both Clooney, 56, and lawyer Amal, 39, who were married in a lavish Venice wedding in September 2014.

They jokingly added that the first-time father "is sedated and should recover in a few days". Nick said the babies were "doing well", and couldn't help but gush about his daughter-in-law. As for which of the new parents the twins most resemble, Warren seems to see a lot of George in them - especially Alexander. While Beyoncé 's confinement is still waiting, another glamorous couple has just confirmed the arrival of their newborns. "So we'll leave that one entirely up to them", he said. "They're just waiting at this point", an insider told E! "You get the name of the baby and then you send them every baby book you could imagine and you put the name of the baby on the book and do their own book club", Winfrey explained. News at the time. Three decades later, in the late 1970s, the Wall Street Journal called her a singer whose name was to be "spoken in the same breath as Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald".

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