Now that international attorney Amal Clooney is pregnant with her and actor husband George Clooney‘s twins, she will avoid hostile countries like Iraq, and will “avoid places where she knows she isn’t welcome,” George told Paris Match magazine in a recent interview.
Likewise, the philanthropist and director producer says he “won’t go to South Sudan anymore or the Congo” in order to stay safe and “be much more responsible, to avoid the danger” now that they are soon-to-be new parents.
The babies will arrive in June and the human rights attorney will have to put on the back burner her legal work as a human rights attorney for human-trafficking survivor Nadia Murad , for example, which is very hostile to ISIS.
Good for them! Put those babies first.
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