“Ticket to Paradise” co-star George Clooney joked he’s ‘not permitted to offer advice to anyone’ regarding marriage due to the fact that George Clooney waited until 53 to get married.
Julia Robertsswears that making out is the most important factor in the longevity of a union.
“I always say that same thing and I’m sticking with it,” the “Ticket to Paradise” star spoke to E! News during an interview as she was promoting her film together with George Clooney this week. “It’s making out. Lots of making out.”
Roberts 54, has been with film director Danny Moder for 20 years and they have three kids twins Phinneas and Hazel 17 and Henry 15.
“I make out with Danny, too,” Clooney is 61 and is married to the human rights attorney Amal Clooney since 2008, laughed.
“It keeps you guys together,” Roberts laughed.
Clooney as well as his spouse have twins Ella and Alexander 5.
Roberts and Clooney who play ex-loves who are reunited for their daughter’s wedding in this romantic comedy claimed in a separate interview that they never had a relationship with one another as actors due to them becoming “fast friends.”
“Julia was always in a relationship, or I was in a relationship,” Clooney said to Access Hollywood. “And we were fast friends right away. So it was nothing, but it’s been nothing but fun for us. So, I don’t think that was ever really a thing.”
They have appeared in a variety of other films together and have appeared in”Ocean’s” and the “Ocean’s” series.
Also, she told her on the “Today” show last week that shooting kissing scenes on camera with Clooney were “kinda ridiculous” and like “kissing your best friend.”
“Well, thanks for that,” Clooney said with a fake offense. “You know I was a two-time ‘Sexiest Man Alive?'”
Roberts recently said that her family’s life has always been her top prioritization over acting which she described as an “dream come true” but “never consumed her.”
“When I’m not working, [being a homemaker] is my full-time job. It isn’t rainbows and kittens every day, but it does bring me a lot of joy,” Roberts stated on CBS Sunday Morning. “The life I’ve created together with my partner, the life that we’ve created with our kids is the “best things to be able to return home to at the end of the day triumphantly for them.”
Clooney joked with E! the news channel that he’s “not allowed to give advice to anyone” on weddings because he waited this long to get married at the age of 53.
“I just kind of have to look at it as I’m the luckiest human being and then just appreciate that,” the actor said.