Guess Who Else Is Joining The Celebrity Twin Baby Club...?

The latest addition to the double-trouble parenting gang are one of Hollywood's most photographed couples

Last week the internet collectively lost it's mind when Beyoncé Knowles announced that she and Jay Z are expecting not one, but two babies.

And the way 2017 is shaping up, it could be the year of the twins. 

The latest addition to the club is...

George and Amal Clooney!

Julie Chen announced the happy news on The Talk on Thursday:

'What we did find out is that the twins are due this June,' Chen said.

Tongues have been wagging ever since Amal was spotted in public, sporting what appeared to be a small bump. The couple married back in 2014 at a star-studded wedding in Venice. This will be Amal and George Clooney's first (and second) child together. 

(Image via Daily Mail)

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