George Clooney Makes Fun of Amal Clooney’s ‘filthy’ Sense of Humor (Exclusive)
George and Amal Clooney are raising their children with their basic principles – and their sense of humor.
The celebrity couple looked stunning on the red carpet at the 45th Kennedy Center Honors on Sunday in Washington, D.C., where the Oscar winner was among the night’s acclaimed recipients.
At the event, the couple spoke with ET’s Deidre Behar about their 5-year-old twins, Ella and Alexander, and the upcoming holidays.
“We’re usually in England around Christmas,” Amal explained. “We’re heading somewhere warm this year.”
The youngsters will also receive some wonderful gifts, including a train set.
“If I ever get it assembled,” George joked. “Because that’s the difficult part.”
The actor has previously stated that his darling children are extremely intelligent, and Amal couldn’t agree more, saying, “They certainly outsmarted us.”
“And they have a language that we don’t understand,” she added.
“Yeah, she speaks French, so they’ve got me coming and going, and I’m at a loss for what to do,” George said.
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They also have their parents’ sense of humor, with a particular fondness for pranks and some seemingly inappropriate jokes.
“They play some filthy jokes that I’m not even permitted to tell you about,” George explained.
“Who do you believe is making a difference in parenting?” Amal interjected, discreetly placing the responsibility at her husband’s feet.
“My wife is filthy,” he jokingly said. “Filthy!”
To be honest, the parents are overjoyed, with George exclaiming, “We just utterly created good kids who care about people and put other people ahead of themselves.”
“It’s the same idea we were both taught as children: ‘To whom much is given, much is required.’ So we’re going to have high expectations of our children “He continued.
George marveled at the night’s large ceremony and the coveted award “I have to say, it’s a wonderful honor, and it’s a lot of fun. I’ve never been to the awards before, and what a fantastic weekend it’s been.
We had a fantastic time in the White House, and we had an even better time at the State Department last night. So it was actually rather emotional.
It’s entertaining to be with individuals who are also your friends and are receiving this.”
“The White House was Christmas-y,” Amal explained, “and, you know, when I get to the State Department, I’m generally working.” “So it was fantastic to be in a beautiful ballroom recognizing George and all the honorees.”