Recently, George and Amal Clooney welcomed twins Ella and Alexander to the world. And perhaps it's only fitting that as Hollywood royalty, the couple’s children were reportedly delivered in the same birthing suite as Prince George and Princess Charlotte.
According to a report by the U.K.'s Daily Mail, the Clooney twins were born at the exclusive Lindo Wing of St. Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London, with the family choosing to reserve three adjacent rooms: one for Amal and the newborns, the second for their family, and the third for their security detail. The hospital’s website puts the cost of rooms around $7,300 a night.
The Daily Mail adds that these rooms are thought to be the same birthing suites used by the royal family. In other words, Ella and Alexander Clooney were not just born in the same room as Prince George, 3, and Princess Charlotte, 2, but also in the same room as Princes William and Harry.
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A source told the paper that "the hospital stay was arranged months ago, and all staff were sworn to secrecy."
"The rooms were prepared 10 days prior to the couple’s arrival, with everything from furniture to an in-room entertainment system, and fridges to flowers, chosen on behalf of Amal and George to deck out the three suites," they added. The best part? "There was even a comprehensive wine list available so that George could toast his new arrivals in style."
Previous reports had stated that the Clooneys had opted for the Kensington Wing of the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Surely, we can only hope that Ella and Alexander's connection to the royal tots doesn't stop with a shared hospital room. Maybe the four star-studded little ones could all be friends someday? We'd no doubt love to see those adorable pictures!
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