George Clooney gave his wife, Amal Clooney, the sweetest gift ever for the couple's second anniversary on Sept. 27.
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"It's very big news. Very, very big celebration — fireworks," the Oscar winner joked to E! News before revealing, "OK, I made dinner."
While Mrs. Clooney was most likely touched by her husband's home-cooked meal, her tastebuds may not have jumped for joy.
"I don't think she's ever quite impressed with my cooking," said the actor, who admitted he sometimes opts for pre-packaged help in the kitchen. "If I slap something together —spaghetti and meatballs —she doesn't know that it comes in a jar, so I can just fool her with that one."
The "Money Monster" star and his wife, an international human rights attorney, are one of Hollywood's most private couples — and Clooney would like to keep it that way. When E! asked the actor how he and Amal, 38, keep their marriage hot, he burst out laughing.
"I don't know," said Clooney.
But during an interview with Esquire this past April, the 55-year-old actor — for years one of Hollywood's most eligible bachelors — was more candid about romance with his real-life leading lady.
"I've never been happier in a relationship by any stretch of the imagination," Clooney told the magazine. "At 52, I found the love of my life and I'm really happy."
Aside from Amal's obvious beauty and style, Clooney told Esquire it was her intellect that immediately wowed him.
"Oftentimes," he joked, "I feel like an idiot talking to my own wife."