The latest tabloid reports say that Amal Clooney is starting in vitro fertilization next month after failing to get pregnant naturally. But this has not been confirmed. And Amal Clooney has faced false baby reports in the past.
Still, it wouldn't be a surprise if George and Amal had a baby soon. After all, they've been trying for a while. They even reportedly included a nursery in their renovated English home.
While George and Amal Clooney are making baby plans, they are also keeping busy in other ways. Amal recently spoke to the United Nations and urged the organization to prosecute ISIS for genocide. She is also representing Nadia Murad, who survived being kidnapped and raped by the terrorist group.
The Clooneys know that battling ISIS could put them in danger. But George is fully on board with his wife's ambitions.
"He met Nadia, too, and I think he was moved for the same reason," Amal told NBC News. "He understood I have spent my career working on international justice and this is a clear case of genocide and genocide that's gone completely unaddressed and ignored."
Watch Amal Clooney discuss her fight against ISIS.
Of course, George, like Amal, is also heavy into activism. He recently joined Don Cheadle for an investigative report on South Sudanese profiteering and war crimes. "We have the moral obligation and ability to act," Clooney concluded.
But through it all, the Clooneys are finding time for each other. They just celebrated their second anniversary on Tuesday, and their romance is better than ever.
"Between all their important work, they always stay focused on keeping their marriage happy and healthy," a source told People. "They are very keen on not spending too much time apart."
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