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Why George Clooney will never have kids

Even though George doesn't plan on becoming a dad ever, Haley promises to still write about him on a fairly regular basis

By Haley Overland
Why George Clooney will never have kids

George Clooney & Stacy Keibler, Hollywood Film Awards, Beverly Hills, CA, Oct/2011. Photo: Fame Pictures

It's official, Gorgeouses. George Clooney is so focused on his career that he will NEVER become a dad, and he'll never remarry.

George, whose new Descendants movie is all the rage, is now dating former wrestler Stacy Keibler (32). And he's making it clear to the world that kids aren't in their future because he could never make them his "top priority."

"I've always known fatherhood wasn't for me," he says. "Raising kids is a huge commitment and has to be your top priority. For me, that priority is my work. That's why I'll never get married again."

As you know from a blog post I wrote a little while ago (dedicated Gorgeouses that you are, right?!), his young costar in Decendents, Amara Miller, suspected as much.

And do you love the grey hair, Gorgeouses? George assured Australia's Daily Telegraph newspaper it's not going anywhere: "I hear all this talk about how grey I'm becoming, but I can't imagine ever dyeing my hair. My dad has a full head of white hair and I think it looks pretty good."

In the meantime, George is positively smitten with Stacy, who, incidentally, made headlines last month when she tweeted "it's LOVE" with George:

"You know it's love when your boyfriend has elbow surgery two days ago and takes you to a Ravens game. Especially when he's a Bengals fan."

The typically private George addressed the tweet in an interview, saying he didn't mind. "She can do whatever she wants," he said. "I rarely tell anybody what they should be doing with their life." Indeed, elsewhere, he noted, "She's very tall. And she can take me two out of three falls.... She can kick my a--." So it's probably better that he just leave her be!

Love!
xo Haley-O

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This article was originally published on Dec 07, 2011

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