George Clooney may be best known for his award-winning acting skills, but of late, the star has been making a reputation for himself as a mischievous photobomber. The actor hilariously managed to sabotage an otherwise romantic photograph of Cindy Crawford and her husband Rande Gerber enjoying a boat trip in London over the weekend. Seeing the funny side, the supermodel took to her Instagram account to share the picture, which she aptly captioned: "We can always count on him for the photobomb." Fans of the A-listers were quick to comment on the shot, with one writing: "Omg this is so awesome," while another joked: "Ahaha.. ill take that photobomb any day."
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George made sure his presence was felt in Cindy and Rande's romantic photo - after all, it was his birthday!
Cindy and Rande were in London celebrating George’s 56th birthday on Saturday – and it looks like they had a wonderful time, photobombs and all. In fact, the group, along with George’s wife Amal, had more than one reason to celebrate.
Rande, who turned 55 on the 27 April, showcased an impressive joint birthday cake for the pair on social media from Amal – which replicated a beach bar – with the two boys behind the bar busy making tasty looking cocktails.
George and Rande celebrated their birthdays with an impressive cake from Amal
George was celebrating his last birthday before the arrival of his and Amal’s twins, who are expected in June. The excited father-to-be broke his silence on becoming a first-time father back in February, telling French news outlet Rencontres de Cinema, "We are really happy and really excited. It's going to be an adventure," adding, "We've sort of embraced it all… with arms wide open."
George’s excited mum Nina later confirmed the sex of the babies – a boy and a girl - to US Weekly, saying: "We are extremely happy for George and Amal, and I cannot imagine two people who would be better parents. We were with them and they told us together. We were all together, and it was lovely. It was just a personal moment." She added: "I think he'll be great. And I think she'll be a great mum!"