George Clooney and Amal Clooney
Rumors suggest George Clooney and Amal Clooney may be getting a divorce. The couple is pictured attending the American Film Institute’s 46th Life Achievement Award Gala Tribute to George Clooney on June 7, 2018 in Hollywood, California. Rich Fury/Getty Images

George Clooney and his wife Amal Clooney appear to have a harmonious relationship, but a new report is suggesting the power couple’s marriage may end in a bitter $520 million divorce.

George and Amal were first married in 2014, and by 2017, the human rights lawyer gave birth to twins, daughter, Ella, and son, Alexander.

Although the couple does their best to protect their children from the spotlight, RadarOnline published an article claiming Amal is attempting to keep the twins away from her husband amid their rumored divorce.

A supposed confidant told the site Amal has settled into the couple’s new estate on the Italian island of Sardinia with their kids. Even though the 57-year-old actor has requested to see their twins, the attorney demanded her husband give her space.

“He wanted them to enjoy the new property together, but after an explosive argument she ran off there with Alexander and Ella. She’s told him if he comes, he’ll have to stay in the guest house,” an alleged source told the site.

The mysterious tipster went on to imply George is devastated about the state of his relationship. “He does not want the marriage to end. He loves Amal, and he loves their children. This is excruciating!”

While the article details the supposed woes of the couple’s collapsing relationship and Amal’s desire to get a divorce, it fails to mention what was said in the “explosive argument” that made the attorney want to end her marriage.

Last month, George and Amal appeared to be in great spirits when they attended the 23rd Annual United Nations Correspondents Associations Awards with the actor’s parents Nick Clooney and Nina Bruce Warren.

Despite rumors, neither George nor Amal has acknowledged reports claiming the two have plans to divorce.