• George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have, reportedly, been leading separate lives for months
  • A report claimed that the couple was last seen together in October 2019
  • George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are, allegedly, fighting over how to raise their twins

Divorce rumors continue to hound George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin. The couple has, reportedly, been living apart for quite some time now due to their respective jobs. This, according to speculations, has caused most of their feuds lately, which seem to suggest that they are at a breaking point already.

Recently, Life & Style reported, in its Mar. 23, 2020 issue, that George and Amal have been fighting again because of their living arrangements. The entertainment news website claimed that the couple was last seen together in October 2019 when they attended a benefit in New York City. Because of this, a number of media outlets suggested that George and Amal could consider filing for divorce soon.

A source, also, told the magazine that George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin do not sleep in the same room when they are together. Aside from distance, the duo, allegedly, has several disagreements because of their different lifestyles. George and Amal are, also, said to be arguing over how to raise their children – Alexander and Ella.

“George would rather be in the States with his American friends, whereas Britain is home to Amal. He’ll disappear to LA and New York for weeks,” the insider claimed. “They’re arguing about where to raise the twins. Amal wants them to go to a posh private school near London, where they’re currently based, while George would like to see them educated in the U.S.,” it continued.

New Idea reported that George Clooney has been busy working on his new Netflix film called “Good Morning, Midnight.” The 58-year-old American actor is said to be portraying the lead role while also being the movie director and producer. Amal Alamuddin, for her part, is, reportedly, working very hard as a barrister in the Big Apple.

Up until now, neither George nor Amal has commented on the never-ending divorce speculations plaguing their marriage. Also, it should be noted that Life & Style and New Idea are among the publications that publish stories based on the claims of its anonymous and unreliable insiders. So, avid followers of the couple should take these unverified claims lightly until everything is proven true and correct.

Meanwhile, George Clooney’s sister-in-law was criticized for selling luxury face mask amid the coronavirus pandemic. Tala, Amal Alamuddin’s sibling, is said to be vending “non-medically approved” face masks and hand sanitizer pouches for over $30 each on her website called TotallyTala.

Though the products received positive feedback from a number of netizens, there were also those who questioned the prices of Tala’s items. “I think it’s completely tone-deaf and tacky for her to be exploiting the coronavirus just to make a profit,” a source told PageSix. “Those masks will do absolutely nothing from protecting people. She’s using people’s fear to make money, and it’s disgusting,” it went on. Tala Alamuddin has yet to comment on the harsh remarks.