Matt Damon heard the Clooney baby news before we did

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Everyone went berserk when it was confirmed that human rights lawyer Amal Clooney and her husband actor George Clooney were going to be parents to twins.

When asked by Today Extra's Sonia Kruger about some parenting advice for the Clooneys, Crawford said: "My mother's best advice to us was don't give advice unless someone asks for it". The celebrities like George Clooney and Beyoncé made their fans double excited with their expectation of twins. George Clooney who is seventeen years older than Amal Alamuddin met his wife at a fundraising event in September 2013 and got married a year after in a high profile wedding ceremony held in Venice.

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Damon confirmed that the celebrity power couple were having twins last week during an interview about his new movie "The Great Wall" with "Entertainment Tonight Canada", but it seems he's known about the news since a year ago.

The two are due to have twins in June, they both confirmed to CBS" "The Talk' host Julie Chen, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Matt revealed: "He pulled me aside on set and I mean, I nearly started crying. Congratulations are in order for George and Amal Clooney!".

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Nina also detailed how George and the global human rights lawyer personally paid her a visit to break the great news.

"(I said), 'Are you out of your mind?

He told ET, I'm thrilled for him.

George's friend Matt Damon, who has co-starred with him in a range of movies including Ocean's Twelve and The Monuments Men, has also spoken about the actor's baby news. "Don't tell anybody else, don't tell anybody else, I mean, don't you know the 12-week rule?' Of course he doesn't", Damon said, laughing. They're gonna be awesome parents.