Amal and George Clooney's Twins Are Not Guarded By 'Baby Bouncers' Despite Rumors

Did Amal and George Clooney’s Twins Get Bodyguards? Newborn Guarded By ‘Baby Bouncers’ Is Fake News [Debunked]

Amal and George Clooney’s twins have just been born last week and yet their father is reportedly being a tad too protective of them by hiring “baby bouncers” to guard them.

Based on a report from the Daily Star, Amal and George have been spoiling the twins even before they were born, doing a lot of changes in their home for the kids.

In fact, a source cited by the outlet claims that the celebrity couple has just decided to spend £250,000 or north of $310,000 a year for a pair of “baby bouncers” for Ella and Alexander Clooney.

“Fatherhood was a long time coming for George so he’s not risking his brood coming to any harm,” the insider tells the outlet.

“The ‘baby bouncers’ are just the start.”

Aside from putting their personal security on high alert, the couple allegedly had their home security enhanced prior to the arrival of Amal and George Clooney’s twins.

“He and Amal have really spoiled the twins. There’s been so much work done on the house ready for them.”

Based on the report, the 56-year-old father-of-two spent £100,000 or over $127,000 in security installations for his $15.2 million mansion in Sonning, Berks that includes a network of motion sensors and lasers.

George Clooney's Twins Are Rumored To Be Guarded By 'Baby Bouncers'
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But while any father would go to any length to protect his children, there seems to be something fishy about the report which was later debunked by the fact-checking website, Gossip Cop.

According to the site, The Daily Star’s claims seems dubious and is, in fact, “fiction,” per the fact checkers own sources.

To top that off, Gossip Cop further noted how Radar Online, a site they have repeatedly discredited over the years for false reports, cited The Daily Star in an article about Amal and George Clooney’s twins and their baby bouncers without doing any research of their own. Radar’s claims included the full report from the Star plus their own addition to the fake news which covered George’s concern about the security of his family because of Amal’s job.

Citing the actor’s interview with French magazine Paris Match, Radar revealed how the Ocean’s 11 actor vowed to put his family’s safety first.

“We decided to be much more responsible, to avoid danger. I won’t go to South Sudan anymore or the Congo, Amal will no longer go to Iraq and she’ll avoid places where she knows she isn’t welcome,” he said at the time.

George Clooney Admits That There Is A Need For More Security For His Family
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But while the actor’s interview did happen, Gossip Cop believes that Radar only added that bit to make The Daily Star’s story about Amal and George Clooney’s twins’ “baby bouncers” believable.

“It should be noted, RadarOnline regurgitated this phony report without bothering to do any fact-checking. Of course, the repeatedly discredited webloid is rarely concerned with the truth,” the fact-checking website noted.

What we do know for sure is that Amal and George Clooney’s twins, Ella and Alexander, are adored by the couple’s family and friends as well as the general public who also watched love between the A-list actor and the humanitarian lawyer blossom.

In fact, their maternal grandmother Baria Alamuddin revealed to People how happy the couple and the entire family has become since they were born.

“Seeing these two angels, these stunningly beautiful babies…cuddled together, and seeing the joy on Amal and George’s faces, it’s one of those deeply felt beautiful feelings you can’t express in words.”

Amal’s mother, who was present during Ella and Alexander’s birth, also described the moment to be something that brought her “almost unrealistic pure joy” and made her feel like “the most blessed human being on earth.”

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[Featured Image by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images]

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