The actor said he is still getting used to being a father and is often scared that he will end up hurting the little ones inadvertently.
London: Actor George Clooney said he is still getting used to being a father to twins and is often scared that he will end up hurting the little ones inadvertently.
The 56-year-old actor hinted that he is getting used to the nappy-changing as he has to do it regularly, reported FemaleFirst.
"Listen, I'm scared to death, it's terrifying. You're afraid of breaking them. They're so little."
"It's like cleaning up your dog's poop," Clooney told host Jimmy Kimmel on his talk show.
The 'Suburbicon' director also said his and lawyer wife Amal Clooney's four-month-old fraternal twins, Ella and Alexander, have recently been introduced to solid food.
"We introduced the children to solid food on Friday. How that goes in as a carrot and how that comes out the way it comes out is shocking. I don't know what's going from here to here. What happens?" he said.