George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin, Amal Clooney


Baby bump hunters, calm down: By your standards, the average person is about 24 months pregnant at all times.

That said, a recent photo of Amal Clooney in a non-fitted, white coat sent the Internet into a tizzy. But George Clooney's rep set the record straight, telling E! News in a statement Monday, "Amal Clooney is not pregnant."

This isn't the first time the bump-watchers have falsely cried pregnant on the 36-year-old human rights lawyer. In early September, pictures surfaced of the then-engaged Amal Alamuddin wearing a flowing maxi dress. One photo captured a breezy moment where her dress blew slightly away from her body—but a gust of wind does not a baby make, and that report proved to be false.

Mrs. Clooney, who is lithe and fit BTW, should pay no mind to this constant speculation about her womb's contents (or lack thereof). She's certainly not the first lady in the limelight to have her child-carrying status called into question. Jennifer Garner's tummy is talked about so much, the mom of three recently joked she just has a permanent baby bump.

"I get congratulated all the time by people that I know, saying, 'I hear you're pregnant!' You know, this one woman who had babysat for us said, 'OMG! I can't wait for baby No. 4!' and I thought, 'What is going on?' So I asked around and apparently I have a baby bump. And I'm here to tell you that I do—I do," she joked on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.  

"I am not pregnant, but I have had three kids and there is a bump," she continued. "From now on ladies, I will have a bump. And it will be my baby bump. And let's just all settle in and get used to it. It's not going anywhere. I have a bump. Its name is Violet, Sam, Sera."

Maybe one day there really will be a bump named Clooney Jr. As George already showed us when he said "I do," never say never!

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