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    George & Amal Clooney Pass Out Headphones to Fellow Passengers on Flight with 6-Month-Old Twins

    George Clooney has been an A-list movie star for more than two decades, with charisma so famous The New Yorker once wrote a feature about it. Now, Clooney, along with his wife, Amal, has taken on the role of doting parent to 6-month-old twins Ella and Alexander
    George Clooney and Amal Clooney were well-meaning parents handing out headphones to their fellow passengers to apologize for having their 6-month-old twins on board.
    The couple passed out noise-canceling headphones during a recent flight to England, a source confirms to PEOPLE.
    The devices featured the logo of the actor’s Casamigos Tequila and came with a note “apologizing ahead of time” if the twins cried, according to the New York Post‘s .
    Yes, these new parents actually had the foresight to think, “Hmm, our kids are young and will probably scream endlessly on the plane. We should aid the people who aren’t their parents and therefore don’t love them unconditionally.” And not only did they pass out headphones; the headphones reportedly came with a note “apologizing ahead of time” if the twins cried. Also, they had a Casamigos logo on them, because, well, Dad’s gotta rep the company whose sale recently garnered up to $1 billion, putting him in the position to entertain quitting acting because, after all, “I don’t need money.”
    Guess what the kicker is here? The twins reportedly didn’t even let out a single squawk. These kids just showed up all babies everywhere by being perfect little sky angels during a transatlantic flight. And if they do get the acting bug one day, this early performance bodes well; Page Six says Quentin Tarantino was on board to witness this perfect behavior. He also wore the headphones, because, hey, who doesn’t love a little free swag?
    George, 56, and Amal, 39, welcomed Ella and Alexander in June in London.

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