George Clooney is an actor, screenwriter, entrepreneur, activist, husband and father of two, but there's one thing he wants to make clear: He's no one's godfather.
However, since the birth of the youngest member of Britain's royal family, the rumor mill has cast Clooney in that very role for little Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
So now the A-lister is speaking out and putting the rumors to rest.
"Everybody loves their rumors," he told Extra Tuesday. "It's not true."
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In fact, the "Catch-22" star, who, with wife Amal, attended the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex almost one year ago, told late-night host Jimmy Kimmel that it wouldn't even be a good idea.
"That would be a bad idea," he stated. "I shouldn't be the godfather. I'm a father of twins — I can barely do that."
Just don't tell that to his 1-year-olds, Ella and Alexander.
When Kimmel asked if that means Clooney would turn down an official invitation to be Archie's godfather, he simply said, "I'm not going to be the godfather. I can promise you that."
But he does share a special bond with Harry and Meghan's bundle of joy.
The duchess gave birth to Archie on Monday, which just so happened to be the big- and small-screen star's 58th birthday.
"Yeah, that kid stole my thunder," Clooney joked.