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George Clooney 'desires dad bond'

Published 15/11/2015

George Clooney
George Clooney

George Clooney and his wife Amal are said to have built matching baby wings in their US and UK homes.

George Clooney is reportedly desperate to experience the same fatherly bond Brad Pitt has with his children.

George is enjoying married life with his wife Amal after the pair tied the knot in September 2014, and rumours are swirling that they may be starting a family together. Neither have kids yet and according to insiders, they are discussing adoption as an option having seen how happy George's close pal Brad and his wife Angelina Jolie are with their brood. The pair raise six children together, three of who are their biological offspring.

"George never expected to find the happiness he has with Amal so is now open to the possibility of becoming a family man," a source told Britain's Closer magazine. "He and Amal have both said they love the idea of adopting a child in need in the future and have spoken to Brad and Angelina about this. George sees the bond Brad shares with his children and he wants that too."

George and Amal are reportedly so keen on becoming parents they've even started making preparations in their Los Angeles and UK properties. As the stunning human rights lawyer has set up home in London, it's thought when they do have kids time will be shared between both locations.

"George and Amal are trying for a family," the source added. "They've already started preparing and told pals how they've built matching baby wings in both homes, complete with a nursery, a baby spa, a playroom, children's library and quarters for their nanny."

The insider notes it wouldn't be a surprise if Amal was already expecting, as in June (15) George revealed he wanted kids but that he and his spouse were "taking their time". He's also spoken of how important closeness to his family is to him, which could be one of the main reasons he wants a clan of his own.

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