For George and Amal Clooney, relocating to Australia with their twins for the spring was always meant to be about balancing work and play.
After all, George, alongside Julia Roberts, will be filming Ticket To Paradise in some of the most incredible parts of the country, leaving them ample opportunity to combine his job with a relaxing holiday for busy human rights lawyer and mum Amal.
The family of four are holed up at a stunning rural property on the NSW South Coast, where they’ve been given government permission to undertake their two weeks of quarantine privately, surrounded by staff and security.
The Hollywood star has been spotted spending time with his four-year-old twins, Alex and Ella, as the family acclimatise to life in the bush.
From NSW, they’ll jet up to Queensland and divide their time between the Gold Coast and the Whitsundays, which will stand in as Bali, where the movie is supposedly set.
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