George Clooney, Amal Alamuddin Split: Couple To File For Divorce, $300 Million At Stake? ‘Money Monster’ Star, HR Lawyer Disagree On Children?

By Laine Lucas , Updated Dec 10, 2016 07:49 AM EST

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin are just among the celebrity couples who are subjects of divorce rumors. The Hollywood celebrity and his human rights lawyer wife have always maintained a private life, which is why they can't seem to get a break from the rumor mill.

The latest reports suggest that George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have been living separate lives for a while now and are heading for a divorce. More interestingly, tabloids claimed that $300 million are at stake. It was also reported that Clooney and Alammudin can't seem to agree on several things, which led them to decide to get a divorce.

Amal Alamuddin allegedly wanted to build a family by having children - an idea that doesn't sit well with her husband, George Clooney. The 55-year-old actor is reportedly not ready for fatherhood. A source allegedly shared that Clooney felt the "mounting pressure" to raise a big family. Initially, he reportedly agreed to have kids with Alamuddin but the hesitation is just obvious. The insider added that the "Ocean's Eleven" star "backed away from that decision, and Amal is crushed."

Neither Amal Alamuddin nor George Clooney confirmed the circulating reports, but according to Hollywood Take's insiders, there is no truth to the latest rumors. The couple is actually living a happier life together ever since they got married in 2014. In September, George Clooney even shared how he made dinner for their second wedding anniversary.

Contrary to rumors, George Clooney fully agrees with Amal Alamuddin when it comes to the subject of having kids. Sources shared that the couple has been trying to have children for a while now and they reportedly had a nursery built in their English home. During an interview with Bild, the "Money Monster" star did say that he and his wife are interested in

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