Amal and George Clooney’s adopted dog featured in a new over the holiday. The 54-year-old Hollywood heartthrob personally added his floppy-eared friend, Millie to his photograph the actor’s “House of Friends ” Casamigos family. In a photo taken by Clooney himself, the four-year-old pup sits on a rug wearing a Casamigos Tequila baseball cap turned sideways.
The Basset hound gives the camera her best puppy dog eyes. The “Tomorrowland” star and his human rights lawyer wife adopted a shelter dog Millie in October. The A-list couple adopted Millie from the San Gabriel Valley Humane Society, just weeks after she was found searching for food scraps outside a local restaurant.
After an hour and a half “meet and greet” with the dog, she was introduced to their other rescues. Millie became the newest member of the Clooney clan after she bonded with Louie. Millie has now joined the couple’s 10-year-old other Cocker spaniel.
“Millie found her forever home and Clooneys have a new best friend. They all left together as one big happy family!” Jennifer Clarke, the shelter’s social media coordinator told People at the time. Clooney also has another Cocker Spaniel called Einstein.
Amal and George first saw Millie in an online ad put up by the animal shelter. They then brought Louie in to meet the pooch to see if they would be able to stay together. “It was good news that Millie and Louie hit it off and the happy, new family headed home together!” the website said.
Meanwhile, it was reported in November that George and Amal Clooney are reportedly ready to have a baby. The A-list couple have been preparing "matching baby wings" at their homes in Los Angeles and the U.K. The actor is also considering adoption like his close friends Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and has been asking them for tips.
“George never expected to find the happiness he has with Amal so is now open to the possibility of becoming a family man. He and Amal have both said they love the idea of adopting a child in need in the future and have spoken to Brad and Angelina about this,” a source told Britain’s Closer magazine.