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George and Amal Clooney Gave Headphones to Passengers While Flying With Their Twins
The new parents apologized to fellow passengers in advance.
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Flying with babies is no easy feat. Not even George and Amal Clooney, the utterly flawless new parents of 6-month-old twins, Ella and Alexander, can prevent a mid-flight meltdown. Which is why they came prepared for any hate from fellow fliers on a recent flight.

George and Amal handed out noise-canceling headphones to other first-class passengers on a recent flight to the U.K. with their twins, Page Six reports. The headphones featured the logo of George's tequila company, Casamigos, and were accompanied by a note "apologizing ahead of time." Luckily, the babies "didn't make a peep" throughout the flight, Page Six adds.

The international human rights lawyer and the actor-turned-tequila-mogul welcomed the twins back in June. Ella and Alexander are already living the jet-set life—they spent part of their very first summer in in Lake Como, Italy.


George and Amal in September, at their first red carpet since welcoming the twins.

Back in September, George revealed the inspiration behind Ella and Alexander's names."We figured these kids are going to be looked at a lot and watched and [have their] every move sort of judged," the new dad revealed to Entertainment Tonight. "We looked for some sort of normal names. We didn't have any great inspiration. It wasn't Alexander the Great and Ella Fitzgerald."

Just last month, it was announced that George would be returning to television for a new series, Catch-22. Amal, who is currently representing Yazidi refugee Nadia Murad, marked her returned to work back in September with a visit to the United Nations.

This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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