Entertainment George Clooney: his wife Amal forbids him to cut their daughter's hair
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George Clooney is not allowed to cut his daughter's mane, on the orders of his wife Amal Clooney. And the lawyer has a good reason.
The American star made headlines last year when he admitted he used a Flowbee, a device that attaches to a vacuum cleaner, to cut his hair at home. And as he revealed in an interview with W magazine that he also started cutting those of his three-year-old son Alexander during the Covid-19 pandemic, he added with a laugh that Amal Clooney had forbidden him to attack Ella's hair.
“I cut (my son's) hair, and I cut my hair too, but I always cut my hair. My hair is like straw, he explained. I did not cut my daughter's hair. I would be in trouble if I did. If I mess up my son's hair, it will grow back. But my wife would kill me if I touched my daughter's hair.
In his interview, the Ocean's Eleven actor revealed that his new hobby while in confinement was cleaning. "I'll tell you what I started doing as a hobby: two or three laundry a day, washing the dishes all the fuckin 'day, because these kids are all gross yucky," he said. he continued. Apparently, you have to wash your children from time to time. "
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