George Clooney has ‘geriatric baby batter’ and can’t help conceive a child?

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George Clooney has 'geriatric baby batter' and can't help conceive a child?

You gotta love Star magazine and their funny little quips about celebrities. Instead of plainly saying that George Clooney might not be able to conceive because of his age, they’ve referred to his sperm as “geriatric baby batter”.

Previously, George has said that he doesn’t want to be anyone’s father, but he’s also said that he never wanted to get married again and here we are. Now, it appears that there may be a future Clooney baby in the works, but there’s just a small problem.

The couple appears to have it all, but there’s one element that’s amiss—a baby Clooney. Now, the two are on a fast track with plans to get the process going. But at the not-so-tender age of 54, the Ocean’s Eleven star may have challenges ahead in the procreation department, meaning his prime baby-making years being long-gone might affect their desire for a baby.

In addition to George’s geriatric baby batter, there’s Mrs. Clooney’s high-powered career as a lawyer and activist, which keeps her super busy and on the move. Besides her own biological clock ticking away, Amal’s barely 100-pound body weight is also a major cause for concern since reportedly a woman underweight has a tough time conceiving.

Things may not be all bleak on the baby-making front, however. A man is actually equipped to produce sperm throughout his entire lifetime. So while the ER alum’s swimmers may not move as quickly, they’re still fully capable of arriving at their destination.

Do you think these two will eventually have a baby?

Source, Photo Credit: Fame/Flynet

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Friday, September 25th, 2015 at 8:08am
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