Amal, George Clooney hire ‘baby bouncers’ to protect newborn twins

Last Updated: June 11, 2017
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Amal and George Clooney is worrying about their newborn kids, that’s why they decided to protect babies as strong as possible. The responsible and famous parents hired “baby bouncers” for his Ella and Alexander in a huge security overhaul.

Every Cloonster will have an own security guard, baby bouncers for Ella and Alexander cost to the parents £250,000 a year. So far so good in the English mansion of Clooney in Berkshire but it will be more comfortable for Amal and George to keep the things under control.

Fatherhood was a long time coming for George so he’s not risking his brood coming to any harm. The ‘baby bouncers’ are just the start. The bodyguards accompany the family on outings, while also taking turns to protect the nursery. But they won’t be relying on just their eyes.

Amal Clooney’s family is happy for her and George

Amal and George are very responsible parents, prior to welcoming the twins, they laid out £100,000 on a network of motion sensors and lasers to protect his £12million mansion in Sonning.

Another two-man team will specifically monitor the property and a quick-response security driver is on call at £100,000 a year. Ella and Alexander were born on June 6 in the London hospital, the kids are the first babies to the Hollywood A-lister and his wife, famous international lawyer.

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  • Lyndsey Harper

    One article says this isn’t true. True or not, congratulations to them and welcome to the twins! I bet they’ll both have fun as they learn about parenting and both with their babies. We’re trying to get pregnant, hoping for twins too. Still waiting for a positive result from my free conceiveeasy pt tests though.