GEORGE Clooney and wife Amal are expecting a baby four years after the birth of their twins, according to reports.
The 60-year-old star and the human rights lawyer, 43, already share four-year-old twins Ella and Alexander.
According to US reports, the excited couple have revealed to friends and family that they are set to welcome another baby into the world.
The A-listers reportedly shared their happy news at a family party in Lake Como on July 4th.
Sources told OK! Magazine: “The buzz is they’re having twins again.
“Amal’s said to be past her first trimester, and she’s already starting to show, so soon enough, everyone will know.
“George was giddy with excitement and couldn’t wait to tell everyone.
The insider added that the couple were unsure if they could have more kids, and the news “was met with well-wishes all around. George was so proud, and Amal was glowing”.
They added: “This is something both George and Amal really wanted, but at her age, there was no guarantee.
George has been open about wanting more kids…
“It’s so exciting. George has been open about wanting more kids, so getting two at once would be ideal!”
Their twins Ella and Alexander are also delighted about becoming big siblings.
“They told the twins on their (June 6) birthday. Ella’s been begging for a baby sister, so they’re all hoping for at least one little girl. But, of course, they’ll be happy either way, as long as the babies are healthy.”
George married at a star-studded ceremony in Venice in 2014, just five months after the Ocean’s Eleven star popped the question.
They became parents to twins three years later.
Last year The Sun exclusively revealed the millionaire couple splashed out £90,000 on a playhouse for their twins — complete with zip wire and life-sized toy giraffe.
The lavish, two-storey den was a a mini version of the couple’s main home.
The £850,000 projects at the Clooneys’ California mansion, where they spent most of lockdown, also included digs for the live-in help.
The news comes as George and Amal were caught up in floods in Lake Como this week.
The couple’s £12million mansion was marooned after heavy rainfall in his picture postcard village.
George’s expansive driveway was flooded and his garden, including a tennis court, were submerged in muddy water.
He has spent millions on the Grade II-listed, 17th century property near the banks of the River Thames in Berkshire, where he lives with barrister wife Amal, 43.
Nearby, floods have also caused misery for former Strictly favourite Debbie McGee, 62.