In preparation for the upcoming birth of his twin children, George Clooney has cleared his schedule to ensure that he is home when his wife, Amal Clooney, gives birth. In order to make sure that George doesn't go out of sight, Amal has instituted a travel ban on her husband.
Due to this new ruling, George already missed out on the Aurora Prize for Awakening Humanity ceremony, which took place this past Sunday overseas in Armenia.
Infamous for his lack of desire to have children, Clooney, 56, surprised many when he announced that he would be entering the world of fatherhood back in January. Since that time, a source revealed that he has softened on his feelings towards children.
"He's gone from never wanting to be a father to being totally excited about the pregnancy and the thought of raising two children who will call him Dad," the source revealed to Closer Weekly. "He's been doting on Amal's every need and talking to her belly. He's also having a blast coming up with baby names."
The countdown for the twins' arrival has led the couple to prepare for things like baby names and baby-proofing the household. George already has one name in particular that he is hoping to use.
"The name Nicholas - after his dad, Nick Clooney - is a shoo-in for his son" the source went on to say. "As far as girl names, he's leaving that up to Amal."
While there are still some names on the table, there are two in particular that George is absolutely banned from using.
"My wife says I can't name them Casa and Amigos. That's the one thing I'm not allowed to do," George shared. Casamigos is a reference to his personal tequila brand. "It was just a thought. I mean, you know, it's a family business."