George And Amal Clooney Hand Out Headphones And Apology Notes While Flying With Their Twins

by Lindsey Smith
Lindsey is from Florida and has worked in online and print media. Her happy place is Michaels craft store.

If you’ve ever flown with kids on your flight, you’ve probably been given “the look” by strangers. It’s that involuntary eye roll that speaks volumes, coming from people who assume your kids are going to ruin their peaceful flight.

As it turns out, George and Amal Clooney have been there, too. The parents of 6-month-old twins Ella and Alexander know that babies are unpredictable and can start crying on flights.

Page Six has reported that, according to a source, on their recent flight to England, George and Amal actually handed out noise-canceling headphones!

“On a trip home to the UK with his twins, [they] gave all the first-class passengers noise-canceling headphones,” the source said.

The source added that the headphones came with an apology letter written in case the babies were going to cry. Luckily, according to reports, the twins didn’t make a sound.

George and Amal also used the headphones as an opportunity to promote his tequila. The source said the headphones had the brand’s logo on them.

The new parents welcomed their twins back in June and have already proven just how “normal” they are despite being rich and famous. George has recently talked about how hands-on they are with their kids, stating they don’t make a nanny do all of the work. George even admitted that his job is changing diapers.

Watch the video below for more about George and his twins, and please SHARE this post on Facebook with family and friends.

Thumbnail Photo: Getty Images / Clemens Bilan

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