It looks like having twins and triplets it the popular thing to do, and now Amal and George Clooney are expecting twins! Us Magazine shared the details today. The couple has been quiet about the pregnancy, but the rumors are always swirling about them. It has now been confirmed. There have been a lot of rumors that she was pregnant with twins, but it took awhile for confirmation to actually come out.

When is Amal due?

So this news came out in a crazy way today. On Thursday, February 9, episode of "The Talk," host Julie Chen confirmed that in January George told her they were having twins.

The news came from Julie and not from George or Amal. She even said they are due in June, which would mean she is already about halfway through her pregnancy.

Another insider has now confirmed that George and Amal are expecting twins that are due in June. The happy couple are still staying quiet. This isn't surprising, though. Neither one of the Clooneys have ever been one to talk about their relationship, so it isn't surprising she kept it a secret. The crazy thing is that nobody has seen her baby bump and got pictures of it yet.

They have been married a little over two years. It is not shocking at all that George and Amal would want to get pregnant. It is a bit shocking that it is twins, though.

George teased last year how people said they wouldn't last, but they were able to make it work. They do seem like a great match for each other. Adding twins to their family is the perfect next step for the happy couple. You know with these two, they will have gorgeous babies.

The news came out not long ago that Jay Z and Beyonce are also expecting twins.

It seems like a lot of people are pregnant with multiples, and you never know who will end up announcing this news next. It seems to be the popular thing to do right now.

Are you shocked to hear that George and Amal Clooney are expecting twins? Do you think celebrities are trying to get pregnant with multiples on purpose? Sound off in the comments section below on your thoughts.