George and Amal Clooney's Twins' Birth Order Revealed

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According to birth certificates obtained by Entertainment Tonight, Alexander Clooney is the eldest child of George and Amal.

The entertainment agency reports that Alexander’s twin sister, Ella, was born exactly two minutes after her big brother on June 6, at 12:56 p.m. local time.

MORE: George and Amal Clooney Step out With Newborn Twins for First Time in Italy

The twins are already stamping their passports with some incredible destinations. On Wednesday, PEOPLE reports the couple and their children were seen in public for the first time with their newborns during a family trip to Italy on Monday.

The family arrived in Milan via private jet with the Ocean’s Eleven star seen disembarking from the plane holding a baby carrier.

Last month, Clooney’s father, journalist Nick Clooney, gave an update on the twins and gushed about his daughter-in-law, Amal.

“[She] is Super Woman, she is just amazing,” Nick said to FOX19 NOW. “The babies are beautiful, of course, she's beautiful. She was telling us last week that she is as big as a house. Of course, for her, that’s a very small house. But, she's great.”

“Just as I, George married up,” he added.

Photo credit: Twitter / @mixdgrlproblems


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