George and amal clooney’s twins do not know it yet, but they are very lucky when it comes to their parents, as well as their parents' friends, especially with their uncle Brad Pitt. According to a report by Hollywood Life, george clooney’s close friend, Brad Pitt finally met his twins and even brought gifts for them. Moreover, Pitt gave a fatherly advice to the new parents.

Gifts and a father’s advice

A source cited by Hollywood Life said that Brad Pitt visited George and Amal’s twins, Ella and Alexander Clooney, during his time in Europe. The source added that the 'War Machine' actor chose a thoughtful and sentimental gift for the twins: new matching African dolls.

The source went on saying that it was the same doll Pitt gave to his oldest daughter Zahara when she was still a baby. He might have wanted to help recreate the same warmhearted memories for his best friend George and his new kids.

Aside from the gifts, Pitt also reportedly gave George some fatherly advice and taught him how to prevent diaper rash, which, as reported by the source, Amal thought was funny. Pitt, a father of six children to his ex-wife Angelina Jolie reportedly gave his friend additional advises of how to be a good parent.

Clooney loves his father role

The first-time dad, George Clooney was reported to be loving such role. His twins seem to be teaching him the joys of having kids in the family and unconditional love, as stated by the source of the online magazine.

Hollywood Life cited that, although George has cared and loved plenty of people in his life, including Amal as his one true love and soulmate, the birth of his kids made George’s love experience more wonderful, bringing it into a different and whole new level.

The source went on saying that "George will seriously lay down his life in a heartbeat for Ella and Alexander" and that, when he looks at them, "he is overcome with emotion and brought to the verge of tears."

To recall, the Clooneys welcomed their daughter and son on Tuesday, June 6.

The happy couple announced in a joint statement that their daughter Ella and son Alexander were "happy, healthy and doing fine."

The 56-year-old 'Money Monster' actor and Amal Alamuddin got married in September 2014. The couple is currently residing in England. But, according to Life and Style Mag, they plan to move back to Los Angeles for the safety of their family due to several terror attacks in England.