TORONTO — Would you be more willing to sit next to twin babies on a plane if they belonged to George Clooney? What if the dashing movie star provided you with noise-cancelling headphones to drown out the cries of his bundles of joy?
This is exactly what happened on a recent flight to the U.K., reports Page 6. Clooney and wife Amal boarded the plane with six-month-old twins Ella and Alexander, knowing full well that they ran the risk of irking fellow passengers.
To get around this, the couple kindly handed out noise-cancelling headphones (emblazoned with the logo of Clooney’s Casamigos tequila company, no less) to first-class passengers, attached with a personal note apologizing ahead of time if the infants made any noise.
An insider told Page 6 that Quentin Tarantino, who was also onboard, even wore the headphones.
However, it turns out the headphones weren’t even necessary, as the twins hardly made a peep.
Clooney, 56, and Amal, 39, welcomed their twins in June and have kept them out of the public eye since then. Clooney did, however, tell Paris Match magazine that he’s taken on the task of changing diapers, and that he compares the stamina of Amal to that of an “Olympic athlete”.