George Clooney and wife Amal are currently facing a report of a possible pregnancy. Although the actor and his attorney/activist wife have not yet announced any such thing (nor have they commented at all on the rumor), a recent report suggested that the couple was about to become parents.

Over two years after George and Amal tied the knot in Italy, Lebanon's Daily Star has reported that a close friend of the couple has confirmed that the British brunette is allegedly pregnant with twins. The report also claimed that Amal was due to give birth in March. While George has not yet commented on the rumor, he was reportedly forced to shut down allegations of a pregnancy around this time last year.

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Amal hasn't been seen publicly since November

In recent months, George has been seen on the set of "Suburbicon," but when it comes to Amal, she's reportedly kept a suspiciously low profile since November and according to Brides, that may be a sign that she has something, possibly a pregnancy, to hide.

George and Amal Clooney got married in September 2014

Just one month after his longtime friend Brad Pitt married his now-estranged wife Angelina Jolie in France, George and Amal were joined by celebrity guests, including Bill Murray, Rande Gerber, Bono, Cindy Crawford, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, and Matt Damon as they said their "I do's" in Italy.

As fans may recall, George, who has appeared to be completely against marriage in the past, shocked fans when he proposed to Amal with a seven-carat emerald-cut engagement ring, and when they tied the knot in Venice, Italy, Amal stunned in an lace Oscar de la Renta wedding dress.

George Clooney was married once before

Before taking Amal as his wife, George was married to Talia Balsam from 1989 to 1993, but thus far, he has not welcomed any children and has not expressed a desire to do so in recent years.

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That said, anything is possible, and until George or Amal speaks out against the new rumor regarding her possible pregnancy, speculation will remain.