Jorge clooney famously vowed that she would never have children, never settle down, and almost always continue to live the life she Leonardo Dicaprio currently is That was until he met Amal Alamudin and everything changed One of his closest friends, former MTV VJ Karen ‘Duff’ Lambros, had a front row seat to the massive metamorphosis and couldn’t help but gush about the life George has created for himself and his family. “I’ll tell you, the moment I met Amal, and George’s mom said the same thing, it was really this alchemy of love,” she recalled in the interview. Hollywood Life Podcastwhile talking about his new book Realize. “They got married within a few months. Seeing my friend become a father is a great gift.”
Karen, who goes by the name Duff, said George and Amal’s twins, who will soon be five, are “unbelievably lovely” and “have no idea how lucky they are to have Amal as their mother and, of course, George as a father.” .” “They are very sweet. They have these lovely accents and they’re just magical,” she gushed. “This age is so endearing. They are really talkative and very attractive and cheeky. They love to play pranks. They inherited it from their father!”
When asked why he thought George was so willing to give up his bachelor lifestyle for Amal, Duff said he believed the attorney won his heart through her service, humor and devotion. “She is incredibly dynamic in a very quiet way. She has dedicated her life to human rights. George and I joked, there’s a word called hypergamy, and that means when you get married, and I was like, ‘George, you and I, hit the jackpot!’” she laughed. “They have a lot of laughs when they come back to visit Kentucky. She grew up in London, but is very ambitious. Her sense of humor is absolutely unmatched in a very different way. She is not only a great athlete, but she is very, very funny. It is something that is really beautiful to see.”
Duff has spoken before about her last night at the 1995 Emmys before she began to feel the debilitating symptoms of her chronic illness, sarcoidosis. Since then, she has been forced to walk away from her burgeoning career and battle excruciating pain after her doctor discovered an inoperable mustache-sized injury pressing against her brainstem and spinal cord that had crushed nerves. The rare disease causes inflamed cells to become granular and attack soft tissues.
“When I was diagnosed with sarcoidosis, I was really at an incredible point in my career. I was on MTV, I was a Revlon model, I was in movies. Suddenly, it felt like I had built a plane by hand, and just when I was ready to get it out of the hangar, I had to put it back because it couldn’t really take off,” she told HL. . “What I have recognized in life is that pain is inevitable. We are all going to experience pain in life, but suffering is optional. That is under our control. I can’t control the level of pain I’ll be in every day, but what I can understand is that this is my life, this is my day, how I spend it is up to me. So even if I can’t go out or get dressed, I can still make this day count, because that’s still in our control.”
Duff continued: “I hope Realize It’s a great introduction for people who maybe don’t read much philosophy or are curious about it, but I really tried to find the joy in my situation… I think every day is an opportunity where we can be smarter and better. and read philosophy and understand that what is in our control is the most important thing. it had made me more confident and less fearful.”
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