“I feel very fortunate to meet her”: George Clooney reveals that he has not had any quarrel with his wife, Amal … as he urges their children to “stand up for what they believe in”
- Clooney, who has always been Hollywood’s most eligible bachelorette, surprised many by marrying a human rights lawyer in September 2014.
- He admits that a shared passion for equality, philanthropy and humanitarian causes has only strengthened their relationship
- The famous couple jointly work for the human rights organization Clooney Foundation for Justice (CFJ)
- The organization seeks to achieve justice by being held accountable for human rights violations around the world
- Clooney hopes that children Ella and Alexander will follow in their footsteps by taking the same reasons as they grow into adulthood.
For many, the billions in production shutdown for 2020 was a test of grit, patience and perseverance.
But George Clooney insists that his stifling experience of solitude was enriched and mitigated by the presence of Amal’s wife, a glamorous human rights attorney whom he married in 2014.
Talking to PersonsThe 59-year-old Hollywood star has revealed that he has not yet argued with his wife – with whom he is raising three-year-old twins Alexander and Ella – despite their long time behind closed doors.
Happy Couple: George Clooney insists that his experience with the global lockdown that began in March has been enriched and toned by the presence of his wife Amal, the glamorous human rights attorney whom he married in 2014
He said, “ I feel very fortunate in many ways to meet her. We had no arguments.
As you know, everyone together has been criticized for Coronavirus and a lot of friend relationships have been tested. For us, it was really easy.
Clooney had always surprised many of Hollywood’s most eligible – and perhaps the most desirable – with his proposal hopefully in April 2014, in which the couple exchanged vows of marriage at Ca ‘Farsetti’s Venetian mansion only five months later.
Like-minded: Clooney told People he hadn’t yet argued with his wife – with whom he raises three-year-old twins Alexander and Ella – despite their long time behind closed doors
He says a shared passion for equality, philanthropy, and humanitarian issues – the couple work jointly for the human rights organization Clooney Foundation for Justice (CFJ) – has only strengthened their relationship.
Of his wife, he said, “She has succeeded in many different ways and stands for what she believes in.” We didn’t fall in love because of our work, but it ended up becoming something extraordinary for us [share]… we’re really lucky and we know that.
The organization pushes for justice by being held accountable for human rights violations around the world, and Clooney hopes his children will follow in their footsteps by adopting the same causes as they reach adulthood.
Good reasons: a shared passion for equality, philanthropy, and humanitarian causes only strengthened their relationship
He said, “I’m in the same position as most parents of 3-year-olds: I don’t want my kids to turn around when they turn 15 and say, ‘There was a time when they were putting babies in cages? … and what did you do about it?
If the answer is “nothing,” I will be ashamed.
He added, ‘I hope that this is from my wife and my legacy to our children. It just means standing up for the things you believe in, and standing up for equality. Who could be against equality? ”
Well done: Clooney was selected from People of the Year magazine in its latest issue
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