Alexander and Ella Clooney
The secret stars of the family
Another carefree summer before Alexander and Ella Clooney, children of George and Amal Clooney, start school next year. GALA tells why the twins love Italy so much.
Finally Lake Como again for everyone! Originally, dad George Clooney, 61, discovered the Dolce Vita in Laglio on his own some 20 years ago, when Amal and the children were still far away. But now the twins turn out to be Italy’s biggest fans. Unlike their parents, the five-year-olds speak near-perfect Italian and easily order pizzas, steaks and antipasti at the restaurant themselves.
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Holidays at the Clooney Hut, directly on the shore, also offer them plenty of exciting things apart from delicious food: a huge garden with a swimming pool, the lake for boat trips – and right outside the door countless fellow game just waiting for the two to show up. The villa is in the center of town, a stone’s throw from the public pier. This is where the young people of the village frolic, kick balls or splash around in the shallow water.
They are like their parents George and Amal Clooney
The twins make friendsno problem. Alexandre, learns GALA, is just as funny as his father and ready to do anything. He came up with ideas such as smearing peanut butter on shoes to simulate a dog pooping accident. Also, like many guys, he loves cars and Legos.
Her sister Ella, meanwhile, succeeds her mother: she values good table manners, listens to classical music, and likes to paint and draw. Very mini fashionista, she loves to escape from mum’s dressing room. “We actually laugh together all the time,” George once described everyday family life. Molto bene!