Amal and George Clooney hand out personalised headphones and apology note to fellow passenger while travelling with twins

Written by Neha Monga
December 15, 2017  

Now, anybody who flies frequently will agree that crying babies on board is one of the most annoying thing in flight. And if you are a parent travelling with one of those crying babies, you sure would have at least once dealt with the dirty looks that your co-passengers give. Although it is just natural for a little baby to cry when not comfortable, but to avoid those dirty looks by fellow passengers, new parents Amal and George Clooney handed out noise-cancelling headphones to their co-passengers during a recent flight with their six-month-old twins.

The head phones which featured George’s Casamigos tequila logo on them were handed out to the fellow passengers along with a note “apologizing ahead of time” in case their six-month-old twins started crying. “Even (American filmmaker) Quentin Tarantino, who was onboard, wore the headphones,” New York Post’s Page Six quotes a source as saying.

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E! News shared a photograph of the handwritten note, which stated, “Our twins just discovered SQUAWKING!! Hope this helps make the flight a little quieter.”

Clooney, 56 and Amal, 39 welcomed their twins Ella and Alexander in June this year.

George admitted that he “didn’t think” he would be a dad with twins at his age, but also revealed that he’s enjoying his time being a father.

“This is an important part of my life’s journey and this is really, truly the largest step in fatherhood for me at this point.”

“We’re still getting used to having human beings in our life. Two little human beings that we are responsible for. But it’s pretty funny and it’s wild.”

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Also, as it turns out, the flight went off smoothly as “the babies didn’t make a peep,” a source revealed to Page Six.


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