George Clooney may have left his life as a bachelor behind after marrying Amal Alamuddin, but that doesn’t mean he is ready for kids. The Tomorrowland star recently talked with Charlie Rose on This Morning and revealed that he does not currently have any plans for children, reports Us Weekly.
“I don’t really [think about it]… I mean, I’ve thought about it, I suppose, but it hasn’t been high on my list.”
Clooney and Alamuddin tied the knot back in September, and since then, Clooney admitted that the subject of kids have been brought up more than once. “I’ve been asked [about kids] a lot lately because I’ve gotten married and I’m doing a movie with kids in it. You should see how creative the way they ask me,” he stated.
Although kids are not on his radar at the moment, Clooney did talk about how much he enjoys spending time with his current family, People magazine reports.
“I’m really close with my family. My sister [Adelia], I’m very close to — I’ve got a niece and nephew. My nephew was just named prom king from the high school that I went to where I was not named [prom king].”
While George Clooney still enjoys his time spent in the limelight, Alamuddin is a successful human rights lawyer whenever she isn’t speaking as a professor at Columbia Law School. “The things that she does have great meaning,” Clooney stated in regards to his wife. “There are consequences when what she does works and doesn’t work, and they’re much bigger than the kind of consequences I deal with. I have someone I can talk to about anything and someone who I care about more than I’ve cared about anything.”
What does Clooney do when he isn’t talking about his wife and future plans for children? The Gravity star recently admitted to Jimmy Kimmel that he has a fondness for pranks. In fact, Clooney attempted to prank Don Cheadle, who is working on an upcoming film about Miles Davis.
Clooney sent a letter to Cheadle claiming to be Brad Pitt. In the letter, he told Cheadle that Pitt’s production company recently obtained the rights to Miles Davis, and that Jamie Foxx was set to play the iconic musician.
“It just kills Don … He’d been playing trumpet for years… It was about three months and then Don wrote me going, ‘Did you do something dirty?’ I was like, ‘I don’t know what you’re talking about!’ “
Watch George Clooney as he stars in Tomorrowland, in theaters everywhere on May 22, 2015.
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