As the paparazzi are bent on getting that exclusive first look at George Clooney and Amal Clooney’s twins, the couple is not taking any chances when it comes to their kids’ security. Following a recent incident where photographers illegally took photos of Ella and Alexander Clooney inside the family’s home in Italy, the Clooneys are reportedly beefing up their security to make sure similar incidents don’t happen again.
An insider told Grazia that Amal is really concerned about the children’s safety, and their recent encounter with intrusive photographers was the last straw.
“They are hell-bent on doing whatever it takes to protect the twins and they’ve told their security advisors that money is not an issue when it comes to ensuring their safety,” the source continued.
Amal and George Clooney reportedly installed additional video surveillance, basement bunkers, panic rooms and bulletproof walls inside their home to protect the twins.
In July, George Clooney blasted the French magazine, Voici, after they published unauthorized photos of Ella and Alexander. A representative of the Ocean’s Eleven actor told Vanity Fair that photographers from the publication illegally scaled the fence and climbed a tree inside the actor’s Lake Como estate in Italy and took photos of the infants inside the premises.
The 56-year-old star threatened to take legal action against the magazine and the photographers, promising that they will be “prosecuted to the full extent of the law.”