George and Amal Clooney are no strangers to jet-setting around the globe. Between his life as an A-list actor and her career as a human rights lawyer, the two have certainly racked up more than a few frequent flier miles. But now, their newborn twins, Ella and Alexander, have received stamps in their own passports with their first family trip to Italy.
On Monday, the foursome arrived in Italy via private plane. According to People, George was spotted disembarking with an all-white baby bassinet in one hand while Amal looked after the other twin in a matching carrier.
The twins, born on June 6 at St. Mary’s Hospital in London, will likely be spending their time in the Lake Como area, where George has owned a home since 2002. The estate, called Villa Oleandra, located in the town of Laglio, was even featured in “Oceans 12” and an Omega watch ad starring the actor, according to CBS.
The home, which could date back to 1720, boasts 22 rooms and sits on the lake's narrowest stretch of water, Made in Italy reports. From its prime location, the house offers breathtaking views of Lake Como and the town below, which is home to less than 1,000 residents.
Though Clooney has been offered millions to sell the estate on more than one occasion, it appears the actor plans to keep it in the family for years to come. In fact, the pair may even be using it for a second wedding.
"Amal and George are even planning a welcome party for the twins on their third wedding anniversary, when they will also be renewing their vows in front of close family and friends," a source told the UK tabloid Closer.
While a second wedding may be hearsay, odds are we’ll see photos of the entire famous family and their equally famous friends boating around the lake all summer long.