George Clooney and wife Amal Alamuddin are officially one of the richest couple’s in Britain.
The couple’s net worth, estimated at £121, landed them at 790 on the Sunday Times’ 1,000 wealthiest people in Britain and Ireland list, according to the Daily Mail.
George’s “average annual earnings have worked out at about £12million thanks to a constant stream of box office hits, but he made £13million alone from Oscar-award winning film ‘Gravity,'” writes the Mail.
“The Hollywood heartthrob’s iconic appearance in the Nespresso coffee advert is also believed to have earned him £26million.”
Amal, 37, was worth about £1 million prior to marrying George, 53.
George will likely rack-in another £10 to £15 million for his role in Jodie Foster’s “Money Monster,” which is currently being shot in New York City.
Amal is teaching at Columbia Law School during the duo’s time in the Big Apple.
A source recently told People that George and Amal are “having a great time in New York, both working really hard but also having fun together.”
“Amal and George look happy and in love,” dished another insider. “They’re spending time with other couples and friends who are bright and driven and interested in improving the world.”
The superstar couple apparently want to have kids, despite George’s previous vow to never reproduce.
“Since finding Amal, everything shifted [for George],” a source recently told OK! Magazine. “He says she’s the perfect woman, and he’s finally ready to be a father.”
The insider added, “They don’t want to be too old to enjoy parenthood.”
Other sources claim, however, that Amal has no interest in giving George his desired offspring. A pal previously told New Idea (via Stuff), “George is refusing to move to London fulltime, where Amal has her successful legal practice, while Amal has decided to focus on her career, rather than having a baby.