While Amal Clooney has been busy not letting her pregnancy get in the way of her extremely important career as a human rights lawyer - which has recently included addressing the UN and speaking for victims of wartime abuse - George Clooney has been at CinemaCon, chatting about how he's preparing for the birth of their twins.
The 51-year-old actor was at CinemaCon 2017, promoting his new film Suburbicon with co-star Julianne Moore, when he was asked wife how Amal was currently feeling.
"She [Amal] is doing really great," he told Extra. "She is amazing. I don't have anything to do. There is nothing I can do to help, but make tea and stuff."
The couple will reportedly welcome twins this summer, and Clooney insisted he was well-prepared and has the tricky art of swaddling down.
"I know swaddling… I know what I'm in for," he said.
He also joked that nappies will be an integral part of life - "for me, not for the kids". Actress Moore showed her support for Clooney affirming that he will be a natural at fatherhood. "I think it is great. I think he is going to be a natural. I'm not worried about him at all," the star enthused.
Clooney directed and co-wrote the crime mystery with the Coen brothers, which centres on a seemingly perfect family in a picturesque town that suddenly becomes embroiled in murder.
The impressive cast also includes Matt Damon, Oscar Isaac and Josh Brolin.
On the upcoming film, he added: "You always look good when you hire really, really, really talented actors."
Meanwhile, Amal is representing Isis survivor and Nobel Prize nominee Nadia Murad on behalf of the thousands of Yazidi victims of genocide under the so-called Islamic State's regime.
Clooney recently disclosed that both he and Amal will be avoiding dangerous countries as they prepare for parenthood.