George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin Marriage Update: Human Rights Lawyer Ready to have a Baby with Actor Husband
Are there babies in the future for George Clooney and his wife, Amal Alamuddin?
According to the latest rumors, Alamuddin, a human right's attorney, is ready to become a mother and Clooney, who previously stated that having children is not high on his list, is reportedly on the same page.
"Amal is proud not only to be the women that caught George after all these years, but also the only one he's considered having kids with," a source told the Aug. 10 issue of OK! Magazine via Sky News Australia. "[She] is more than ready to be a mother."
Another insider said that the couple feels like this is the perfect time to start a family.
"They decided that it would be the right time. Amal isn't taking on extra work at the moment and just continuing with the cases she has. This is something they really want," the sources claimed.
Even though Alamuddin is not pregnant yet, their $15 million home located in Berkshire, England, which is currently being built, will include a nursery.
"The building plans include a nursery. They hope to have all the work done by Christmas," the same sources said.
The couple, who will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary very soon, will reportedly try to conceive naturally before looking into other options.
"They're spending time alone trying to conceive!" a source allegedly said in the Aug, 3 issue of Ok! Magazine. "They're always working in different parts of the world, so they haven't been able to make it a priority until now."
Celeb Dirty Laundry added that they are open to in vitro fertilization if needed.
In the meantime, the couple is currently on vacation in Italy.
"The time they are spending together in Como is really special," another insider said. "They're in one of the world's most beautiful places, and obviously they are having a lot of fun. George keeps telling friends that he feels like a teenager falling in love for the first time."
The Clooneys have visited the small towns of Chianti, Poggio and Cortona.