George Clooney Slams Published Photos of His Twins

George Clooney Slams Published Photos of His Twins

It's also illegal in Italy, where the photos were captured, for paparazzi to venture into a private residence or take photos of people or objects not visible in "normal visibility". "I mean, they really are so cute!" "It is very unsafe and it's also an issue of privacy", Pozzi said.

The babies - the first for both the actor-director, 56, and his high-profile human-rights lawyer wife, 39 - were born June 6 in London. Bradley Cooper and Brad Pitt follow the father of Ella and Alexander nearly on the podium with respectively 91,80% and 90,51%.

Ella, Alexander and Amal are all healthy, happy and doing fine. The site also reports that Amal Clooney finds her husband incredibly sexy when he is in Papa Bear protective mode, and that this whole situation has upped his sex appeal to her. The order prohibited anyone from entering his property or the water in front of it until September 30, 2014.

Clooney responded by giving a heated statement to E News.

"George and Amal Clooney have been very public personalities for the last few years", the mag sniffed.

The mag, "Voici", published shots on Friday of the Clooneys cradling Alexander and Ella. Everyone loves the Clooney couple has been following their life story for many years.

'Those pictures do not put in danger Mr Clooney, his wife or their kids'. This paparazzi incident is just the latest in celebrities having to go the extra mile to protect their children from photographers crossing the line.

In California, actors including Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner helped urge legislation - signed in 2013 - establishing tough penalties for aggressive photographers and videographers seeking images of children in a harassing manner and without consent.



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