George and Amal Clooney reportedly ready for baby, considering adoption

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Producer George Clooney and his wife Amal
Producer George Clooney and his wife Amal pose at the premiere of "Our Brand Is Crisis" in Hollywood, California October 26, 2015. The movie opens in the U.S. on October 30. Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

George and Amal Clooney are reportedly ready to have a baby. The A-list couple have been preparing ‘matching baby wings’ at their homes in Los Angeles and the UK. The 54-year-old actor is also considering adoption like his close friends Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and has been asking them for tips.

“George never expected to find the happiness he has with Amal so is now open to the possibility of becoming a family man. 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,” a source told Britain’s Closer magazine, as reported by Yahoo Celebrity.

The insider added that the human rights lawyer and her Hollywood heartthrob husband were now ready for a family. They have prepared both their homes in LA and UK accordingly with a nursery, a baby spa, a playroom, children’s library and quarters for their nanny. George and Amal have also spoken to their pals Brad and Angeline on how they built matching wings, Design and Trend reported.

The insider told that the couple said that they love the idea of adopting a child in need in the future. He added that George saw the bond Brad shared with his children and he wanted that too.

Meanwhile, another insider had previously claimed that Amal is “more than ready to be a mother.” Amal was very happy that she was the woman who caught George’s attention after all these years and also the one he has considered having kids with.

George had revealed in June that 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.

George and Amal’s are currently renovating their $15 million English estate. The work is expected to be over by Christmas, according to reports. 

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