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Thursday 26 May 2016

George Clooney finds The One?

Published 27/03/2014

George Clooney
George Clooney

George Clooney has apparently told friends that he is "very serious" about his relationship with Amal Alamuddin.

The Hollywood heartthrob was first linked to British barrister Amal last October, but he brushed off the dating rumours.

The couple have since been spotted on holiday in the Seychelles, and George even took Amal to the White House for a screening of his recent war flick Monuments Men.

"George is mad for Amal. She is beautiful and smart and George can't get enough of her. He has never dated someone so educated and he finds her fascinating," an insider confided to British magazine Grazia.

"He has told friends that it's very serious and that this relationship is different to any other he's ever had."

Many think of George as the eternal bachelor after a string of high profile relationships that didn't work out.

But now friends are confident that George has found his perfect lady, and Amal's mix of brains and beauty have got George hooked.

"George feels very proud to have Amal on his arm. They have lots in common and she is very passionate about her work and is really interested in George's humanitarian work," add the source.

George has also reportedly even organised a meeting between the British beauty and his parents Nina and Nick.

"The fact that George has introduced Amal to his parents says a lot because he never does this early on, if at all. Everyone has high hopes for this one and it is looking like Amal might get George to settle down," the insider said.

The new love match comes at the same time as George's ex-girlfriend Stacy Keibler announced she and her husband Jared Pobre are expecting a baby. The pair wed earlier this month, eight months after her split from George.

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