The twins will be the first children for both the Oscar-winner and international human rights attorney, who have been married for three years, shattering George's earlier reputation of long-term bachelorhood. He's joked about the skepticism surrounding his committment to settling down but now he'll take on an even more domestic role: father.
Although George had never spoken publicly about his intent to start a family, he did say meeting Amal changed the vision he had for his life.
"It sort of changed everything in terms of what I thought my future...was going to be,” he told People. “I’ve always been an optimist about the world. I wasn’t always completely optimistic about how it was going to work out personally for me. But now I am."
While Beyonce announced the news in her trademark #goals-inducing style, George and Amal have been letting family and friends in on the news quietly, according to People. The official statement is that "they're all very happy," and honestly, so are we. Two babies with his charm, her brains and both of their completely stunning looks? Between their set of twins and Beyonce's, we're pretty excited about this next generation of Hollywood royalty.