George Clooney hobbles onto private jet with Amal days after scooter accident

George Clooney was spotted boarding a private jet to make his way out of Sardinia on Thursday morning, days after he was injured in a scooter crash.

Accompanied by his wife Amal, Clooney appeared slightly frail, as he leaned on the rails to help himself up the jet’s stairs.

This was ahead of making their journey home with their baby twins Ella and Alexander, one.



The famous actor was seen getting a helping hand from ground staff as he made his way across the airfield on the back of a buggy.

He was with his wife — who held their daughter Ella in her lap — by his side.

Amal was seen helping her husband slowly as their vacation came to a close.





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He was involved in an accident with his scooter and a Mercedes, in Sardinia which occurred on Tuesday.

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George Clooney released after scooter accident in Italy

Amal and George, along with their one-year-old twins, Ella and Alexander, are living in Sardinia for the summer.

He’s filming his new TV series, Catch 22.

Being a frequent visitor to Italy, Clooney has a home on Lake Como,Italy.

George married British human rights attorney Amal Clooney in Venice in 2014.

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George Clooney released after scooter accident in Italy

Hollywood star George Clooney was treated in hospital on Tuesday for minor injuries after a scooter accident in Sardinia.


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He hurt his leg when a Mercedes car allegedly turned without giving right of way and collided with his scooter, the Italian press reported.



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Clooney, was reportedly thrown from his two-wheeler on to the windscreen of the vehicle.



The car driver called an ambulance which took Clooney to hospital.

According to an Italian local newspaper, Amal Clooney’s wife, rushed to Clooney’s side in hospital and reported he was treated and later discharged.


Clooney is said to have a home on the Italian mainland, on Lake Como.

The actor is in Sardinia filming Catch 22, a TV miniseries.

This will be his first television role since 2009, when he made his last appearance as Dr Doug Ross on ER.

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What the rich do on dates: Amal and George Clooney enjoy romantic night out

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What the rich do on dates: Amal and George Clooney enjoy romantic night out

The Clooneys made their presence known on the beautiful Italian island after they jetted in earlier last week as George will be starting work on his new series ‘Catch 22’.

They acquainted themselves with the local cuisine and enjoyed a romantic evening out and away from parenting duties on Saturday night in Porto San Paolo in Sardinia.

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The two were in matching monochrome outfits and boasted deep golden tans.There was also no sign of their twins Alexander and Ella during the outings, but the children were spotted with their parents at Sardinia airport earlier in the week according to Daily Mail.

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Their outing comes amid reports that the pair are renting a beautiful two-storey villa from Ezio Maria Simonelli, an accountant and man close to former Italian president Silvio Berlusconi.

Sardinia is a large Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea and is over 500 miles from Clooney’s villa in Lake Como.

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Actor George Clooney admits he cries four times a day over exhaustion

Exhausted new dad George Clooney has admitted he cries twice a day over his newborn twins.

The 56-year-old hunk actor recently welcomed twins with his lawyer wife Amal. George and Amal welcomed twins Ella and Alexander 3 months ago, and the new dad is having a hard time.

He is thinner than he was and has new-dad shadows under his eyes. But the source of his joy is immediately apparent in the two ridiculously adorable three-month-olds in the picture — a big, bonny boy chuckling mischievously into his open fist and a serene little girl with enormous doe eyes.

‘They don’t cry,’ he says, proudly. ‘I cry more than they do. I cry four times a day right now, because I’m so tired.

Since June 6 this year, when he and his wife Amal, 39, were joined by babies Alexander and Ella, his life has changed in ways he could not have predicted.

‘Although I wasn’t completely unaware of what life would be like,’ he puts in. ‘All my friends have kids and I’m godfather to about 20 of them, so I knew what I was in for.

The surprise for me was how much more complicated twins is than just the one — it’s not just twice as much work, it’s more than that. And it’s not even so much work for me, because these two knuckleheads don’t even care that I exist right now!

‘All they want to do is eat, so I have nothing to give them except a bottle once in a while (expertly, he crooks his elbow to mimic picking up and feeding an infant) and they’re happy about that, but it’s mostly Amal for them at the moment. I don’t even really understand what’s going on.

‘And I have such admiration for my wife because she’s breastfeeding them and getting about two hours of sleep per interval, and the love they have for her is a sight to see and it’s beautiful.’

George Clooney and Amal Clooney walk the red carpet ahead of the 'Suburbicon' screening during the 74th Venice Film Festival earlier this month

 George Clooney and Amal Clooney walk the red carpet ahead of the ‘Suburbicon’ screening during the 74th Venice Film Festival earlier this month

The other side of the sleepless nights is pure joy. ‘All of this is icing on the cake,’ he says. ‘Look, I’m 56 years old and I didn’t think it was going to happen for me. I thought my life would be focused on my career, not relationships, and I’d sort of accepted that.

‘And then I met Amal and I thought, “Well, I have this incredible relationship, this is wonderful.” And then… all of a sudden we have these two knuckleheads around who make me laugh every day.

‘Really, they’re funny kids. He just eats and eats and sits and goes “uh-uh” and I have never seen anything eat so much in my life.

‘And she’s very delicate and feminine, and she’s all eyes and looks like her mother.

‘I suppose it makes sense that they should be so different, but I hadn’t seen it first hand before and it really makes you realise how much nature is part of who we are.

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George Clooney Reveals Why He And Amal Didn’t Give Their Twins ‘Ridiculous Hollywood Names’

He welcomed twins Alexander and Ella with wife Amal Clooney in June.

And George Clooney revealed why they chose classic names for their children.

The 56-year-old actor said he and his wife ‘didn’t want to have dumb names’ for them, according to Paris Match via People.


Adding: ‘We didn’t want to give them one of those ridiculous Hollywood names that don’t mean anything.’

George told the website that his son and daughter ‘already have enough difficulty bearing the weight of their celebrity.’

The movie star’s interview with Paris Match came days after he and Amal stepped out for premiere of the film Suburbicon at the Venice Film Festival.

George spoke to Entertainment Tonight that he and Amal, 39, ‘just didn’t want to have really dumb names.’


The actor added that he and his attorney wife ‘figured these kids are going to be looked at a lot and watched,’ so they ‘wanted them to at least have a break with the names.’

George and Amal didn’t choose the names Ella and Alexander because of any ‘great inspiration,’ he told the website.

He didn’t name them after anyone or a historical figure like ‘Alexander the Great and Ella Fitzgerald.

George told ET that his kids, who were born on June 6, don’t share the same personality.

Amal Clooney ‘threatened with arrest’ in Egypt

British human rights lawyer Amal Clooney claimed in an interview published Saturday that she was threatened with arrest in Egypt after identifying flaws in the judicial system that later contributed to the convictions of three Al-Jazeera journalists.

Clooney, a rights lawyer who married Hollywood star George Clooney in a lavish Venice ceremony last year, helped compile a report for the International Bar Association in February 2014 that raised questions about the independence of judges and prosecutors in Egypt.

“When I went to launch the report, first of all they stopped us from doing it in Cairo,” she told the Guardian newspaper.

“They said: ‘Does the report criticise the army, the judiciary, or the government?’ We said: ‘Well, yes.’ They said: ‘Well then, you’re risking arrest,'” said Clooney, who is one of the lawyers representing one of the trio of Al-Jazeera reporters currently detained in Cairo.

The report, based on a fact-finding mission made in mid-2013, warned about the wide powers that ministers had over judges and highlighted a record of selective prosecutions.

Supporters of the three Al-Jazeera journalists, who were detained in December 2013 and accused of spreading false information and aiding the blacklisted Muslim Brotherhood, say the charges were politically motivated.

One of the recommendations in Clooney’s report was to end the practice that allows Egyptian officials to handpick judges in certain politicised cases.

“That recommendation wasn’t followed, and we’ve seen the results of that in this particular case where you had a handpicked panel led by a judge who is known for dispensing brutal verdicts. And this one was no different,” she said.

Egypt’s top court on Thursday ordered a retrial of Australian Peter Greste, Egyptian-Canadian Mohamed Fahmy and Egyptian Baher Mohamed, but kept the journalists in custody pending a new hearing.

Fahmy — whom Clooney represents — and Greste are seeking deportation, while Mohamed’s wife said she was looking at ways to get her husband out of Egypt.

Clooney said she hoped that Fahmy’s deportation would go ahead “in fairly quick terms”, expressing little confidence in a retrial.

“I don’t see how the prosecution can proceed again in a trial process even if the judges were to be constituted properly this time around. I don’t see how they could fix the lack of evidence,” she said.

“We have to continue and double our efforts to achieve his release in other ways. Unfortunately we have to conclude that we can’t rely on these Egyptian court processes to achieve a fair or swift result,” she said.