George Clooney reveals adorable morning routine with 4-year-old son
- "They really are funny kids," George Clooney said of his 4-year-old twins Ella and Alexander
- Clooney has previously spoken about having fun with fatherhood
- "I really do enjoy teaching my children to do things that shock their mother," he said
Actor George Clooney shared his morning routine with his kids and this includes doing all the adorable and cute things together. The father of two, 60, said that his 4-year-old twins Ella and Alexander "have opinions and they're funny, and they pull pranks on me," Clooney said on the WTF with Marc Maron podcast. reports people.com.
Sharing one of the recent highlights of parenthood with his wife Amal Clooney, The 'Tender Bar' director gave a glimpse of what every morning has been with his son.
"Alexander every morning, eight in the morning, bangs on my bedroom door. I go, 'Who is it?' And he goes, 'It is I, Alexander Clooney,' " the star shared.
"I open up the door, he jumps running in and I laugh out loud. They make me laugh, I laugh every day. They really are funny kids," he said.
Last December, Clooney spoke about his kids' favorite prank to pull on others.
"They both have learned to play pranks, which is good fun," he told people.com.
"I did work with them on putting Nutella in a diaper and then eating it (prank). Whenever a stranger is around, they'll come in holding it, like, 'Papa, it's a dirty nappy!' and I go, 'Okay, I'll take care of it,' and then they eat the Nutella out of the nappy," Clooney described at the time.
He also said last year that Ella and Alexander were developing distinct personalities.
"It's funny, they're twins, but they're very different," he noted.
"You learn so much with twins because you're raising them both at the same time, born the same day, but you realize how little it has to do with you. They were the person they were going to be when they were born. Now all your hope is to just kind of guide them along in the right direction," he continued.
Clooney has previously spoken about having fun with fatherhood, and said that his "whole job" is to teach his twins "terrible things."
"I really do enjoy teaching my children to do things that shock their mother," he joked in a March interview on Today and Today with Hoda & Jenna
"My daughter has now picked up the mantle. She used to think it was really gross, all the things we did, but then she saw how many laughs Alexander got and now she's taken it up, too," he added.