Now that they're a family of four, the acclaimed barrister and movie star are adjusting their lives to accommodate their two new babies. For starters, the globetrotting pair has decided on their U.K. house as home base for the time being. While it's not set in stone that the children will attend grade school in Britain, there' plenty of time for George and Amal to make that decision.
The house won't only serve as their main home, but also as an office for Amal. "She plans to be back at work around six months after giving birth, but her schedule will be greatly different than before," a source told E! News. "A lot of time spent working at home. She has a great office set up at the Sonning house."
While it's not uncommon for famous parents to enlist the help of a nanny, that won't be the case for Mr. and Mrs. Clooney. As E! News learned, they won't hire a live-in or full-time nanny. Instead, they'll have a night nurse to help set a sleeping schedule just for the beginning. Amal's mom, journalist Baria Alamuddin, has expressed that she would like to be involved, too.
Beyond the initial logistics, living across the pond may offer the star couple a touch more privacy thousands of miles away from the Hollywood spotlight.
Ultimately, it's the start of an exciting chapter for the new family.
Congratulations George and Amal!