Even though George and Amal Clooney keep their twins out of the spotlight, thanks to the family's personal chef, now we at least know what they like to eat.
The Clooneys clearly love spending time together but unlike Prince Harry and the Duchess of Sussex, it doesn't involve much cooking in the kitchen. In a recent interview for People's food issue, George introduced the world to his family's secret ingredient for eating well: Viviana Frizzi, their personal chef, who just happens to be a native of Como, Italy.
Frizzi, 33, whips up everything from sushi, Lebanese and Indian dishes to delicious Italian fare — like a weekly pizza night and gnocchi with pesto which George said "would make you cry."
When it comes to kid-friendly meals for the couple's 16-month-old twins, Ella and Alexander, Frizzi puts together a nutritious, yet mature, menu.
“The twins are not fussy eaters,” Frizzi told People.
In fact, some of their favorite foods include salmon, tomato risotto, Margherita pizza and ricotta with raspberries. Yum!
Frizzi continued that the twins also have an adorable way of indicating that they like something: “When they like a dish, they put their little fingers on their cheeks, smile and say, Mmm!”
It's fair to say that this kind of kids' menu is definitely fit for a small king and queen — after all, Prince George and Princess Charlotte reportedly love pizza and pasta, too.
It's a good thing the Clooneys have Frizzi around, too, as George admitted that he and his wife aren't exactly savvy when it comes to cooking. Said the actor, “Honestly, Amal and I are such poor chefs that any lesson from Vivi in the kitchen would be like teaching a whale to fly."