George Clooney will soon become a bachelor.
Apparently, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin did not have to live in her luxurious apartment, which they bought as a family nest. Today it became known that the couple on the verge of collapse. After the divorce of Angelina Jolie and brad pitt breakup George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin. Read more about the causes of divorce couples.
Nor for the sad news about star breakups. Preparing for the divorce of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, and now the Western press reports that in the Paradise of Mr. and Mrs. Clooney the sky has tightened clouds. George and Amal Clooney deservedly called one of the most beautiful couples in Hollywood. Luxury Amal was the occasion to discuss the media, and how George was doing to her hands and hearts and became a legend. But as it turned out, their relationship is not so good as everyone expected. It is reported that the pair is preparing to divorce.
It would seem that it may cause disorder in such perfect ways. Insiders report that the conflict between the lovers was motivated by the reluctance of the actor to have children. The Western press writes that Clooney is tired of the constant complaints of his wife, which we are unable to get pregnant. He previously said he didn’t want children, so afraid of the consequences from experienced malaria, so it is highly exasperated insistence Amal to become a mother. According to rumors, he’d be left alone or got a girlfriend who could enjoy life without having children.
However, there is a reason why the 55-year-old actor has not yet filed for divorce due to the legal activities of the spouses, he is afraid that Amal will host a Grand trial that he even lawyer Laura Wasser will not help.
Recall that George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin got married in September 2014. They dubbed the most stylish couple in Hollywood and I suspect that they are preparing to become parents. But apparently these plans did not come true, and now the pair will join the ranks of stars who got divorced in the year 2016.
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