George Clooney may be a Hollywood star but when it comes to parenting he is one hands-on father.

The actor, 59, has shared on lockdown life with his lawyer wife Amal Clooney and their three-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella, and spoken candidly on how he has spent the majority of his time on dad duties.

Proving that he has been domesticated during the coronavirus pandemic, the ER actor told the Los Angeles Times : "It's been nine months mostly inside the house."

Explaining how his time has been spent, he added: "I have three-year-old twins, so that's been an adventure in a lot of washing dishes and changing diapers. My own, mostly."

George Clooney has shared on life in lockdown

The humble personality - who owns a country pile in England, a luxury villa in Italy's Lake Como and an LA pad - also shared how lucky he feels to be living in a spacious property during the pandemic.

George added: "I wound up living in a home with some space in it. We can walk around outside."

He continued: "We have a great deal of gratitude for the fact that we were able to be in our homes and have some security, because there are an awful lot of people around the world that don't."

George recently admitted that he has been trying to quash any British phrases that his kids have picked up from their Lebanese-British mum.

the star shares two children - Alexandra and Ella - with wife Amal

During a recent Zoom interview with The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, George shared his tactics on getting the kids to drop their British sayings.

He said: "I'm desperately trying not to make them little Brits!

"It's not a jumper - it's a sweater. It's not the boot - it's the trunk."

In fact, the actor has gone to great lengths to try and stop his kids from becoming "little Brits".

He has been busy changing nappies at home amid the pandemic

George even tried his hand at changing what his children were going to be leaving out for Santa Claus at Christmas.

However, it didn't work out as he had hoped as the kids planned to leave a mince pie and milk - just like their British mother advised.

He added: "I've done everything to try to change their version of speaking with English accent.

"Writing out notes to Santa, I said write note then leave them cookies and milk under the fireplace. But no it's milk and mince pie and I was like oh no!"

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