Although the world is yet to see a picture of George and Amal’s twins, the couple are taking no chances when it comes to the security of their beloved newborns.
The 39-year-old lawyer gave birth to Alexander and Ella in June and the household has heavily increased its security after a recent breach in security by paparazzi.
"Amal is already concerned for their safety, which has only got worse since the birth of their children. The latest incident has really galvanised her and George," an insider told Grazia.
"They are hell-bent on doing whatever it takes to protect the twins and they’ve told their security advisors that money is not an issue when it comes to ensuring their safety."
George recently declared he would see French magazine Voici be “prosecuted to the full extent of the law" after the publication obtained photos of the twins by illegally scaling a fence on one of the Clooney properties.
"Make no mistake: the photographers, the agency and the magazine will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. The safety of our children demands it," George said at the time.
This event follows several security breaches in past months and George and Amal have added “video surveillance, bulletproof walls, panic rooms and basement bunkers" to make sure their children are protected.
When the twins were first born, it was believed that George hired baby bouncers to keep watch over them even while they slept in the nursery.
“Fatherhood was a long time coming for George so he’s not risking his brood coming to any harm. The baby bouncers are just the start," a source told RadarOnline.
The publication claimed the bodyguards cost over AU$422,000 and over AU$169,000 was spent on a high-tech security system on the family’s UK property.